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Over the years, Cambridge employees have received numerous leadership awards in many fields including engineering, business and manufacturing. This week however, we received word that Katherine Hairsine - our marketing intern since June 2016 - took home top prize money and honors at Salisbury University's 30th Annual Bernstein Achievement Award for Excellence.
Cambridge has served brew masters for almost 100 years. Eva Winther, Spencer LeBaron, Lee Newcomb and Barry McInturff will represent Cambridge at the Craft Beer Conference / BrewExpo America, the country’s largest craft beer industry gathering at the Washington Convention Center April 10-13 where they will showcase filtration solutions for breweries.
On Thursday, March 2, Cambridge celebrated 41 associates whose tenure spans five to 40 years at the annual employee service awards. More than 300 employees and guests attended the event at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort. See a photo gallery of the honorees and attendees.
Read Tracy Tyler's open letter rounding up Cambridge's amazing year of growth, gratitude and giving. Fueled by a team of dedicated fabricators, field technicians, engineers, sales, customer service and administrative staff, we closed out 2016 as our most successful in 105 years! We tripled our outside and international sales force, consolidated operations, and launched a dozen new conveyor belt and architectural mesh products. Our people, reputation and market position led global manufacturing giant Rexnord to acquire Cambridge in June.
Our International Sales Director Mike Truitt recently joined with Armin Nauroth, President of Rexnord Power Transmission EMEA, to announce that we have opened a local service center in the Netherlands. Learn how this facility will offer our customers enhanced services, technical assistance and stock in our latest Edge post.
Cambridge’s director of sales operations Barry McInturff may be new to the position – but he certainly isn’t a rookie. Born and raised on the Eastern Shore, the 28-year company veteran launched his sales career at Cambridge Wire Cloth in 1988 after graduating from Salisbury State College (now Salisbury University). In today’s Edge, Barry shares how the company’s growth continues to challenge and reward him as he steps into a his new role, Director of Sales Operations.
Held every three years, the International Baking Industry Exposition (aka "The Baking Expo") is THE place for producers, suppliers and distributors to showcase - and show-off - their latest and greatest baked goods, ingredients and equipment. And Team Cambridge will lead the pack at IBIE 2016 as we roll out new products and preview game-changing technologies planned for 2017.
After 45 days, 35 customer visits, eight countries and two trade shows in Thailand (ProPak Asia) and Spain (Metal Machining), our international sales manager Matt Pierotti has been back on the Eastern Shore for a month now. We recently caught up with him to learn about his world-tour we affectionately dubbed “Where in the World is Matt?”
International Sales Manager Dion Banks joins Cambridge representatives Colin Davies and Hieu Kong at Vietfish 2016, Asia's largest seafood processing events. Learn why this veteran conveyor belt professional is looking forward to returning to Vietnam.
After 24 years at Cambridge – the past six as President and CEO – I’ve never been more hopeful, proud and excited about our company’s future as I am today. Building on a strong foundation of global and domestic expansion, 2015 was the most successful and profitable in our 105-year history.