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3 Ways Marlin Steel Ensures Work Safety

Marlin Steel on May 29, 2015
On May 18th, 2015, the Occupation Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) recognized Marlin Steel as a provider of exemplary safety for workers by making Marlin Steel the fifth company in Maryland to earn the Safety and Health Achievement ...

Productivity: the Secret Ingredient to a Strong American Economy

Marlin Steel on May 28, 2015
For many modern economies, maintaining productivity is a major issue. Keeping productivity high helps keep businesses going strong so they can add new jobs. ...
Topics: Manufacturing

What Do Surging Steel Imports Mean for the Manufacturing Industry?

Marlin Steel on May 26, 2015
As a manufacturer, Marlin Steel is highly dependent on a steady supply of steel: typically grade 304 stainless steel. Many different manufacturers rely on a stable supply of steel to work with. ...

Marlin Steel to Speak Before the National Fund for Workforce Solutions

Marlin Steel on May 21, 2015
Starting on at noon Wednesday, June 17 and continuing until 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 19, 2015, the National Fund for Workforce Solutions will be hosting a national conference at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland. ...

How to Avoid This Major Manufacturing Nightmare

Marlin Steel on May 20, 2015
Manufacturers, like any business, have a lot to worry about. From upholding environmental and safety regulatory compliance standards, to keeping ...

Why Spending on Quality Can Save Your Company Money

Marlin Steel on May 19, 2015
In almost any business, finding ways to save money is crucial to success. Keeping costs down helps keep manufacturers in the black. In ...

Proof that the Manufacturing Renaissance is Here

Marlin Steel on May 18, 2015
Years ago, the label “made in America” was a source of pride, not just for manufacturers, but for customers as well. For many, that label meant a quality product assembled to the highest standards, something worth every penny of the ...
Topics: Manufacturing

Marlin Steel’s Tale of Adaptation & Success Featured in Fast Company

Marlin Steel on May 15, 2015
Back when it was first acquired by current owner Drew Greenblatt in 1998, Marlin Steel was most definitely a niche business. The company made one product (bagel baskets) and had little to no competition, so innovation and continuous improvement were ...

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