PRN: Labcon Attends White House Business Council Forum on American Manufacturing Competitiveness

Labcon Attends White House Business Council Forum on American Manufacturing Competitiveness

Laboratory products manufacturer participates in White House forum on American manufacturing

[21-August-2012]
PETALUMA, Calif., Aug. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Labcon North America (www.labcon.com), the world’s leading manufacturer of Earth Friendly laboratory disposables, announced today that it was invited to attend a meeting of the White House Business Council held Wednesday, August 15th in Washington D.C.

This meeting of the White House Business Council was focused on manufacturing trends, strategy, and regional manufacturing partnerships and included a macroeconomic overview as related to U.S. competitiveness. Following the event the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute was announced as a unique new public-private partnership. Representing Labcon at this event was Jim Happ, President.

“It was an honor to be invited to the White House Business Council Forum on American Manufacturing Competitiveness,” said Happ. “With our high speed automation and 800 Kw solar system supplying the energy, it is rewarding to have Labcon recognized for our innovation and commitment in supplying the world with U.S. manufactured goods”.

About Labcon North America (www.labcon.com)

Labcon North America is the world’s leading producer of low carbon laboratory disposables and was the first to market compostable plastics for laboratories. Labcon’s focus on sustainable solutions for laboratories dates to 1994 with the first low carbon products. A UL-Certified ISO 9001:2008 company; Labcon North America is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area.

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SOURCE Labcon North America

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