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Local Manufacturing in a Global Economy: Matt Creedon

September 09, 2020 The American Ceramic Society Episode 5
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Local Manufacturing in a Global Economy: Matt Creedon
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Local Manufacturing in a Global Economy: Matt Creedon
Sep 09, 2020 Episode 5
The American Ceramic Society

Global collaboration is important, but local manufacturing has its place as well. Washington Mills R&D manager Matthew (Matt) Creedon explains what it is like being a local manufacturer in an increasingly global economy, how R&D takes place at Washington Mills, and why he believes the importance of a ceramic engineer is being more appreciated.

View the transcript for this episode here.

About the guest
Matt Creedon is R&D manager at Washington Mills in central Massachusetts. As R&D manager, Creedon explores new materials that are fabricated via fusion. Creedon is currently chair of ACerS Manufacturing Division and was chair of the Western New York Section in 2019.

About ACerS
Founded in 1898, The American Ceramic Society is the leading professional membership organization for ceramic and materials scientists, engineers, researchers, manufacturers, plant personnel, educators, and students.

Show Notes

Global collaboration is important, but local manufacturing has its place as well. Washington Mills R&D manager Matthew (Matt) Creedon explains what it is like being a local manufacturer in an increasingly global economy, how R&D takes place at Washington Mills, and why he believes the importance of a ceramic engineer is being more appreciated.

View the transcript for this episode here.

About the guest
Matt Creedon is R&D manager at Washington Mills in central Massachusetts. As R&D manager, Creedon explores new materials that are fabricated via fusion. Creedon is currently chair of ACerS Manufacturing Division and was chair of the Western New York Section in 2019.

About ACerS
Founded in 1898, The American Ceramic Society is the leading professional membership organization for ceramic and materials scientists, engineers, researchers, manufacturers, plant personnel, educators, and students.