In designing the new CTG website, one key feature that was at the top of our "Must-Have" list was a venue for collaborating with our customers. Effective communication between our customers and the CTG engineers during the design and build of our equipment is critical. The CTG customer web portal provides our customers with a single resource for sharing all project related documents with our design and manufacturing teams. As soon as an order is placed with CTG, a project file is created and login information is sent via email to all contacts involved. In most cases this would include our customer's mechanical and electrical engineers and maintenance and procurement personnel. The CTG Project Manager assigned to the job, along with our sales team, provides a brief training session for our customers explaining all of the benefits of the portal. Throughout the design and build of the washer, project documents including; approval and final drawings, project schedules, open issues deck, in-process photos and videos, programs, manuals, purchase orders and invoices and all runoff documentation are uploaded to the customer portal. This ensures that both the CTG team and our customers are always working from the same information. Any time a file is uploaded to the portal or downloaded from the portal all project participants will receive an email notification. After the washer ships from our facility, the project will remain on the portal during the entire warranty period of the machine.
The Cleaning Technologies Group along with National Machinery will be exhibiting at the Dusseldorf Wire Show in Dusseldorf, Germany April 12th - 16th. This is the largest show in the world for the wire fabrication industry. This is a great event to showcase our cleaning systems which compliment National Machinery's cold forming machines in an international setting. We will be located in Hall 15 Booth A45.
Jim McEachen Chief Executive Officer of the Cleaning Technologies Group was recently featured in the latest edition of AMT to give his insight on millenials in the workplace and how it affects not only CTG but all of us in this global marketplace. AMT Article March 2010 - "This past October I faced a bit of a dilemma while attending the 2009 AMT Global Forecasting & Marketing Conference. I have found each conference I've attended to be highly valuable to me with plenty of take-aways to bring back to the office. However, my attention is usually focused on the hard topics of the ecomony, specific markets and industries." read full article...
Cincinnati, OH Most of us here in the Cincinnati area have endured what seems like the dreariest February in history. It's good to know spring is just around the corner. Austin Cahill, son of Dennis Cahill a 20-year employee of Cleaning Technologies Group / Ransohoff, got the thrill of a lifetime last week at the Red's spring training camp in Goodyear, AZ. Austin along with his dad Dennis and Uncle Charles fled the white landscape of Finneytown, OH and boarded a plane for Phoenix, AZ last week. While out at the Reds training camp Austin worked on getting autographs for his baseball card collection. By his last day there Austin was such a regular that he was asked to be a bat boy for one of the Reds B games. Austin had been saving his own money for this trip and it paid off, a spring break he'll never forget! Read the Entire Article..
Austin with Reds Pitcher Micah Owings
Courtesy: Cincinnati Enquirer Article -3/14/2010
Cleaning Technologies Group returns to Shanghai... This will be the second year in a row that CTG will participate in MEDTEC China 2010, August 25th and 26th at the INTEX Shanghai conference center. The innagural show was a huge success for us in 2009. CTG Asia is committed to expanding our presence in the Asian market and this event is a great platform to showcase our latest technologies to our international medical customers. MEDTEC China is a leading international exhibition and conference of the latest manufacturing technology in the global medical device industry. If you are in the medical device industry you don't want to miss out, this is a great opportunity to see over 200 international suppliers at one event. Come visit us in Booth 933 to see the latest innovations in precision medical cleaning. MEDTEC CHINA 2010
Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC takes the Global Stage - Blackstone-Ney Ultrasonics a division of the CTG family will be showcased at SEMICON China 2010 March 16-18 in Shanghai, China. With over 1,000 exhibitors and 100,000 attendees expected, this will be one of the world's largest events for the semiconductor industry. Blackstone-Ney is a leader in ultrasonic precision cleaning and has grown their global presence over the past several years working closely with our CTG Asia division in Suzhou, China. Please visit us in Booth 3550 located in Hall W-3 to see the latest advances in semiconductor cleaning. Read More...
January 2010 – Cincinnati, OH Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC is pleased to announce that Thomas Haskamp, Regional Sales Manager for CTG, has been awarded the 2009 Environmental Leadership Award for his significant contribution to environmental excellence at the Chrysler Group. Thomas was nominated for this prestigious award because of his involvement and leadership in a project that modified fifty plus aging washers at several local automotive facilities, making them more energy efficient. This resulted in maximizing production and quality for the automotive manufacturer while reducing energy costs. This tremendous undertaking was not only beneficial to the Chrysler Group but also to the environment and surrounding community. Thomas Haskamp has over thirty years of experience with CTG. Over the years he has been involved in numerous upgrades and advances in technologies that have made our washers some of the most environmentally friendly in the industry.
CTG is proud to share that Gardner Publications has published our technical article titled, "Fundamentals of Ultrasonic & Megasonic Cleaning" in the current issue of Process Cleaning Magazine. We guarantee that you will find this to be a very insiteful article and a must read for anyone considering switching to, or enhancing their ultrasonic or megasonic cleaning technology. The article touches on all aspects of industrial & precision cleaning, including chemistry selection considerations. READ THE ARTICLE HERE...
September 2009 Cleaning Technologies Group is pleased to announce the successful shipment of the first, LeanJet RB-2 parts washer, which was completely constructed and commissioned in our Suzhou, China facility. Designed to fit into your work cell area or a smaller production environment, the Lean-Jet RB-2 immersion cleaning system uses our patented washing and rinsing process of agitation, spray impingement, rotation, hydraulic purging through immersion, and heated blow-off drying. Originally designed specifically for the Aerospace and Medical industries, the RB-2 is a perfect fit for any precision cleaning application. Keeping the need for spare parts in mind, the Chinese model is built using components that are readily available in China. The new CTG Asia facility in Suzhou, formally announced in May of this year, houses a state of the art Technical Center, including a Clean Room with all equipment and instrumentation necessary for high level cleanliness analysis and Process Development and Verification. A variety of standard parts washers are available in the Technical Center for parts testing and customer demonstrations.
CTG will be showcasing our LeanJet RB-2 and our latest Ultrasonic technologies at the 2010 International Manufacturing Technology Show. The show will once again, be held at McCormick Place in Chicago, September 13-18. This is most definitely the show to attend to learn about the latest in manufacturing technology. Register on the IMTS website and use their Show Planner, this is an excellent new tool to map out who you want to visit before you get there. Don't forget to add us to your list Booth E5555 to see what's new in the world of clean. Visit our booth during your visit.- Show Booth Info See Map