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Greno Industries is Successfully Recertified to ISO 9001-2008

On March 12, 2015 Greno Industries, Inc. received recertification from Lloyd’s Register Group to the ISO 9001-2008 International Standard for Quality Management Systems. Our active participation and certification to this ISO standard has been continuous since March of 1994. The recertification is for three (3) years expiring on March 31, 2018. At that time, certification to a revised standard, ISO 9001-2015 will go into effect. The compliance audit conducted in February of 2018 will be to this revised standard. To view our ISO 9001-2008 Certificate, please click here.

Women in Manufacturing STEP Awards Recognizes Greno President

The Manufacturing Institute has announced that they will award Eileen Guarino, President and COO of Greno Industries, with the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Award.

Manufacturing Institute logo

The STEP Awards honor women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their careers and represent all levels of the manufacturing industry, from the factory-floor to the C-suite. The Manufacturing Institute will honor 100 women at this year’s awards. The Honorees’ companies are of all sizes and represent varying sectors of manufacturing.

“This year’s award recipients are the faces of exciting careers in manufacturing,” said Jennifer McNelly, president, The Manufacturing Institute. “We chose to honor these women because they each made significant achievements in manufacturing through positive impact on their company and the industry as a whole. “The STEP Awards are part of a larger STEP Ahead initiative, launched to examine and promote the role of women in the manufacturing industry that focuses on the attraction, development, advancement, and retention of high potential female talent.”

A recent study by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute found that 80 percent of U.S. manufacturing companies report a moderate to severe shortage of qualified applicants for skilled and highly skilled production positions. STEP Ahead is designed to help improve the retention of existing female talent and highlight role models that can help raise awareness about careers for women in manufacturing. Currently, women represent 25% of all manufacturing employees but 51% of the potential workforce.

On March 26, The Manufacturing Institute will recognize Eileen and the other recipients of the STEP Awards at a reception in Washington, D.C. The STEP Awards program will highlight each Honoree’s story, including their leadership and accomplishments in manufacturing.

Latest Machine Tool Acquisition-Mazak Quick Turn Nexus 550MY Lathe

Mazak Quick Turn Nexus 550MY Lathe for large component turning

In mid-February, Greno Industries will be installing a new Mazak Quick Turn Nexus 550MY Lathe.  This new machine tool acquisition will further enhance our large component turning capability with its 33.5” swing diameter and 120” travel.

The unit features live tooling as well as a built-in boring bar capable of boring 31.5” that can be used simultaneously with outside machining operations. This will positively impact cycle time for many parts that we routinely manufacture.

This is another step being taken by Greno to continually expand capabilities as well as maintain the latest technology equipment to support the demand for our products.

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It’s Official: Greno Industries, Inc. is Women Owned Small Business

We are happy to announce that we have officially received certification from WBENC certifying Greno Industries, Inc. as Women Owned Small Business (WOSB). Our certificate can be viewed here.

Team Greno Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Team Greno Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Greno Industries Run for the ROC

Children's activities during the fundraiser

The Greno Industries Run for the ROC was a great success!  Hundreds of people braved the rainy October day to raise money for the Saratoga Hospital. The course was a 5K loop through the grounds of the beautiful Saratoga Flat Track. Kahlil Scott Jr. of Cohoes, NY took first place in the race with an impressive time of 16:26.   All proceeds from the  running event went to the Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center of Saratoga Hospital

The Empire State College team


Hudson River Credit Union team

The Greno Industries Run for the ROC

Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.,

Registration at 9:00 a.m.; Race starts at 11:00 a.m.

Saratoga Race Track

All proceeds benefit the patients of the Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center of Saratoga Hospital

New this year! Chip Timing by A.R.E. Event Productions and personalized runner bibs!

Visit us at www.saratogahospitalfoundation.org for more information

or to register go to: http://www.areep.com/online_reg/registration.php?eventID=132

Stay tuned for more updates!

Greno Industries hosts 50 students from Mohonasen High School

Mohonasen High School Students

Mohonasen High School students during a presentation on the 50 year history of Greno Indutries

On Thursday March 10th, Greno Industries hosted 50 students from Mohonasen High School.  The ninth grade Technology class consisted of two groups of students accompanied by the Asst. Superintendent of Mohonasen and Gerald Garing the Career Technology Counselor.

In the attached photos we are greeting the students and giving them the 50 year history of Greno with a PowerPoint presentation.  Following the presentation the students toured the Greno MFG facility to see how the company operates on a daily basis.   The students were separated into 2 groups which were lead by Joe Michonski, General Manger of Mfg and Mark Vecchio, Manager of Estimating.  The students were very well mannered and interested in how the components were being made.  They enjoyed being able to see the machines running and utilizing the live tooling as well as hearing our operators explain the process and skill needed to manufacture the parts.  There was much fascination with the before and after; from raw material to finished part.  We hope that we were impressive enough to help encourage some into considering a career of manufacturing.

Mohonasen High School Students

Mohonasen High School Students

Greno has partnered with Mohonasen for school year 2010-2011 with an in house Intern/Apprentice Program.  A senior is selected by a Mohonasen counselor who is interested in pursuing a career in manufacturing/engineering.  The selected student will work a minimum of 10 hours per week working within the structure of his/her daily school schedule.  During this period the student will have an opportunity to observe and work in each of our departments including Quality Control, Shop Floor, Production, and Warehouse Shipping & Receiving.  This gives the student a clear idea of the process flow in manufacturing daily activities.  After the student works a total of 105 hours he/she will become a paid apprentice.  Once the student reaches the age of 18 he/she will be able to participate in hands-on training and operation of selected machining equipment in our shop.  This hands-on opportunity and closeness with the daily operations of our manufacturing facility will add invaluable assets to the students training in preparation for a career in the manufacturing industry.  Our first participant is Kyle who will turn 18 in a month and he will begin his hands-on training to setup, program, and operate one of our CNC machines.