ATLANTA—July 21, 2015—The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)is pleased to announce that its next monthly field trip will be hosted by PartnerTech in Lawrenceville, GA on July 29, 2015.
President and Managing Director of PartnerTech Inc., Gary Bruce, will provide a presentation for the group followed by a tour of the facility to include the cryogenic chamber being manufactured for one of TAG’s Top 40 Most Innovative Companies; just one of the current projects underway at the North American location.
Gary Bruce states, “We are excited to host the July field trip for TAG, which are both informative and a great opportunity to network and build relationships with other members of TAG. Our tour will allow members a comprehensive view of three current projects showcasing cutting edge technology including the cryogenic chamber we are manufacturing for one of the TAG Top 40 Most Innovative Companies.”
PartnerTech, as a manufacturer of technology driven products, supports TAG’s commitment to economic development of Georgia’s technology industry. PartnerTech is currently engaged in projects for two local technology companies– NanoLumens, a leader in LED digital displays and Impact Cryotherapy, a leader in state-of-the-art, whole body cryotherapy systems. Both projects will be presented as part of the tour as well as a third project involving electromechanical assembly for a variety of products for a multi-national company.
Gary Bruce is an active participant with TAG events and served as a speaker on the panel for the first annual TAG Global Business Collaboration. Bruce recently attended the TechAmerica DC Fly In, a coordinated event created to facilitate communication between representatives in Washington with business leaders and to inform industry leaders on legislation regarding technology. As a part of the panel for the Global Business Collaboration, Bruce provided insight in communicating across cultural boundaries and maintaining productivity in globally diverse organizations.
“The Technology Association of Georgia is an important asset to Georgia’s technology industry. TAG coordinates hundreds of opportunities each year for educational and networking events such as the TechAmerica DC Fly In and the monthly field trips. It is a great organization supporting the economic development of Georgia’s technology industry”, states Bruce.
The TAG monthly field trip regularly features a presentation by the host company, a tour and reception. The event is extremely popular with members due to the depth and level of detail shared by the host company and the significant take-away value as a result.
For more information contact Heather Maxfield at Heather@tagonline.org
PartnerTech is a global industrial partner offering customized solutions throughout the product lifecycle, from product development to manufacturing and aftermarket services, in a number of market areas such as MedTech and Oil & Gas. With approximately 1,400 employees at its plants in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Poland, the UK, the United States and China, PartnerTech reports annual sales of more than $335MM. PartnerTech AB, the parent company, has its head office in Malmö, Sweden, and is listed on the Nasdaq OMX Stockholm Exchange.
PartnerTech Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of PartnerTech AB of Sweden and offers expertise in systems integration and postponement manufacturing, making them an obvious choice for companies seeking to lower costs through better forecasting, supply chain alternatives, and efficiencies in distribution and management of capital investments. Services are tailored to fit the needs of each client, with regard to scaling production, shipping expertise, and sourcing methods.
About The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is the leading technology industry association in the state, serving more than 28,000 members and hosting over 200 events each year. TAG serves as an umbrella organization for 34 industry societies, each of which provides rich content for TAG constituents.
TAG’s mission is to educate, promote, and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy. Additionally, the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG’s charitable arm) focuses on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive.