AMTDA

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AMTDAAmerican Machine Tool Distributors Association
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Healy has served as AMTDA's president since November 2005, when he joined the organization from 360Solutions Group, a logistics and supply chain firm that he led as CEO.
Mr Nappi joined AMTDA in 1986 and served as director of education and communication from 1986 to 1991, and as vice president from 1991 to 1993.
And in recessionary times AMTDA seems to be backing away from some of the hoopla associated with huge events (dropping, for example, its long-standing luncheon settings at IMTS) and looking more closely at participants' return on investment.
Active in the AMTDA since 1987, Van Crotts was credentialed by the group's certified machine-tool sales engineer program in 1993.
The MTELV collaboration is in addition to the existing agreement between AMTDA, SME, and AMT for the current APEX events such as WESTEC and EASTEC.
Machine Tool Consumption for the year was up 43.6 percent to $3.0 billion as measured by data collected in the USMTC program, jointly sponsored by AMT--The Association For Manufacturing Technology and AMTDA, the American Machine Tool Distributors' Association.
Manufacturing Technology Consumption series of surveys conducted by AMT and AMTDA comes to $1,552.5-million, down 63% compared to the first eleven months of last year.
manufacturing technology consumption totaled $313.74 million, according to AMTDA, the American Machine Tool Distributors' Association--AMTDA--and The Association For Manufacturing Technology--AMT, up from April, but down compared to the same period in 2006.
machine tool consumption for September hit its highest level in four years with all four regions of the country showing growth, as reported by the USMTC program jointly sponsored by AMT and AMTDA. Year-to-date consumption is running a healthy 42.2 percent ahead of 2003 through September.
In contrast to the USMTC figures reported by AMT and the AMTDA for May, Commerce Department figures show a rise of 15% in May for the subset of machinery orders dubbed "metalworking machinery." That increase followed 6% and 3% decreases in the previous two months.
Jim Ellison, Meritage CEO, discussed the dissolution in AMTDA's Tool Talk for July.
Joe Braun has been active in AMTDA since 1995 and has participated in its Leadership Forum program since its inception.