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    Sussex chamberevent May 20: Join theSussex Area Chamber ofCommerce May 20 at11:30 a.m. at the PaulineHaass Library,N64W23820 MainStreet, Sussex to hear fromRebecca Scarberry andlearn how even a smallmarketing budget can suc-cessfully grow your busi-ness. See page 8.

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    Junior Danielle Kallis won the statechampionship title in Special OccasionSpeaking helping Hamilton HighSchools forensics team earn 12thplace in its division April 11 at theWisconsin Forensics CoachesAssociation (WFCA) state meet atRipon College.

    More than 850 students from 68schools throughout the state competedin various speech and drama cate-gories. The team award was deter-mined by evaluating the average rankperformance of individual team mem-bers.

    The following students were cate-gory winners:

    Rachel Betters, sixth place inRadio;

    Kavya Ayalasomayajula, finalistin Storytelling;

    Samantha Moore and McKenzieFowler, finalists in Play Acting; and

    Erin Magoon, finalist in Four-Minute Informative.

    Focusing on developing studentspublic speaking and communicationskills, the Hamilton forensics team helpsstudents build confidence and commu-nity through extra-curricular competi-tion.

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    Hannah Maglowsky cooks pancakes while her father Keith watchesduring the Kiwanis Club of Menomonee Falls Pancake Breakfastheld at the Trysting Place Pub April 26. Photo by Thomas J.McKillen.

    National list: As a mem-ber of the Froedtert &Medical College ofWisconsin health network,Community MemorialHospital is included on alist recognizing the top 20medium size health sys-tems in the nation. TheFroedtert & MCW healthnetwork is the. See page 8.

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    BY THOMAS J. MCKILLENMANAGING EDITOR

    MGS Manufacturing might not be house-hold name, but the companys customersproduce products that are in almost everyhousehold or workplace.

    "The most successful companies in theworld partner with MGS Mfg. Group," thecompany states on its website. "The MGSMfg. Group is dedicated to servicing theplastics industry through its core competen-cies: engineering, design, product andprocess development, tooling, injection mold-ing, automation systems, turnkey manufactur-ing cells and multishot technologies. Withover 30 years of experience, MGS hasdeveloped a reputation for providing inno-vative manufacturing solutions."

    The company is located at W188N11707 Maple Road. John Berg, director ofmarketing for MGS, explained that the com-panys customers are often large brand-own-ing OEMs (Original EquipmentManufacturers) who need precision plasticparts, injection molds, automation systemsand other custom equipment necessary fortheir manufacturing process.

    "They're the ones who come up with aproduct idea. We work with them to developthe most advantageous way to make thatproduct," Berg said.

    Berg explained how the company manu-factures components that are used in areassuch as hand held electronic devices, med-ical devices, automobiles, and consumerproducts. Berg noted that MGS has madeparts for products ranging from violin bowsto hot tubs. MGS had $179 million in salesin 2014 and has over 1,400 employees atseven operations in Wisconsin, two locationsin Illinois and one location each in NewYork, Mexico and Ireland.

    Company founder Mark G. Sellers wasa journeyman toolmaker who served a five-year apprentice at a local mold maker andthen started his own business MoldmakersIncorporated in Milwaukee. That led toleasing space in the village of Butler beforelater moving to a facility in Menomonee

    Falls. "It started as a tool shop and within the

    space of the first 10 years Mark beganexpanding the facility and adding morecapabilities," Berg explained. The companyadded engineering and design capabilities,bringing on employees who were accom-plished mold designers and who assist cus-tomers with product design-for-manufacturer.By the early 1990s, Moldmakers beganinvesting in injection molding machines totest the molds in-house, going away fromleasing machine time at local molders. "Asour shop continued to grow and developincreasingly sophisticated tooling systems,our customers required more and more ofthat service," Berg said.

    Sellers also invested in expansion of in-house machining processes, from additionalwet and dry surface grinders to CNC hori-zontal and vertical machining centers to wireand sinker electronic discharge machining.MGS then began developing sophisticatedautomated systems combining machiningand computerized measurement with roboticintegration to speed up the process.

    Within the next few years, Moldmakersbegan building sophisticated, multiple mate-rial molds that were used in industries suchas telecommunications and electronics.

    Berg said early customers were from awide variety of industries that included con-struction, automotive, electronic, and othertraditional industrial-style businesses. Duringthose years, many of the customers werefrom the Germantown and MenomoneeFalls industrial parks and the SoutheasternWisconsin area. As the company continuedto increase capabilities and capacities, thatattracted customers from the computers, highend electronics systems and telecommunica-tions markets. Motorola was a natural cus-tomer of Moldmakers.

    By 1996, the company moved to its cur-rent location in Germantown, while still hav-ing a facility in Menomonee Falls and otheradditional spaces in Germantown.

    What comes from the injection molds areproducts that are likely in many householdsor businesses. "One or more of these prod-

    A partner with successful companies MGS Manufacturing evolves to meet businesses production needs

    The MGS Manufacturing facility in Germantown is one of seven