Marion, IN - Advanced Cabinet Systems (ACS), a manufacturer of Division 12 Plastic Laminate Casework and Retail Store Fixtures, is introducing the ACS Olympics in an effort to promote teamwork and competition within the organization. The overall goals of the competition are to have fun, and further develop the culture at ACS. The first ACS Olympics will be taking place at ACS the week of June 24th.
The ACS Olympics will consist of both individual and team challenges. Overall, seven teams will be participating in the competition. The competition will include spraying adhesives, drilling cabinet holes, filing laminate, cutting materials, cabinet assembly, and other surprises to be unveiled at the competition. “We’re excited to have a competition that is tailored to what our team works on every day. Each employee will get a chance to show off what they do in a spirit of competition and camaraderie” says Bruce McLenithan, Vice President of Operations. Bruce goes on to say that he is excited to see the unique talents of each individual. “Employees will be able to learn from each other, and we may be able to LEAN some of our processes” says Bruce.
Advanced Cabinet Systems is continually looking for ways to advance the woodworking industry and coined the term “Change the Game.” For more information about their products, LEAN manufacturing, mission statement, or job openings, visit their website at www.advancedcabinetsystems.com.
Advanced Cabinet Systems is located in Marion, Indiana and has been manufacturing casework products since 1983. Their facility practices LEAN manufacturing and has received AWI Premium Certification. Their retail fixture division specializes in custom store fixtures, floor plan layout, feature and focus displays, and cashwraps. The architectural casework division specializes in Division 12 casework and Division 6 millwork and solid surface fabrication. Advanced Cabinet Systems is a proud supporter of the Grant County Economic Growth Council. For more information on their product lines and company, visit www.advancedcabinetsystems.com or contact Marc Dunker at (765) 677-8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: Advanced Cabinet Systems
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