Master Power Transmission and its employees are proud to offer an exceptional line of power transmission products.
We all know the value of expressing gratitude toward customers, but when employees make good decisions and work hard, it’s important to give praise for a job well done. At Master Power Transmission, we could relate to a recent column by former Mattel CEO Robert Eckert.
May commencement ceremonies are happening all across the country, and roughly 2 million college graduates are entering the workforce. Unfortunately, one in three graduates do not feel college prepared them well for employment. We’ve got some advice.
Smaller domestic industrial companies are driving the U.S. economy as they discover new timesaving equipment and procedures. According to recent research, more small U.S. manufacturers are investing in their facilities and equipment, leading to larger productivity gains and new business opportunities.
Ryan Robinson, vice president of manufacturing at Master PT, talks about the benefits of in-house manufacturing, delivery cycles and a new piece of machinery, the Mazak Integrex 300-IV.
Veda Cleeter and Tim Nelson are engineers at Master Power Transmission. Hear them discuss their backgrounds, why they joined the company, and the role they play at Master PT.
Senior Principle Engineer Ed Krome discusses the latest in power transmission innovation from MPT, the INNOVAdrive builds on the rugged reputation of the legendary Reeves MotoDrive to provide modern drop-in replacement with identical mounting and load drive dimensions of parallel MotoDrive units. Featuring reduced mass and a smaller overall envelope, the INNOVAdrive is a ratings […]
Happy employees make for a great working environment. In addition to a boost in productivity, work attendance is stellar when employees are excited to come to work. Let us tell you why we love working at Master Power Transmission.
At last month’s inauguration of Gov. Mike Pence, the 50th governor of the Hoosier State spoke of hope and determination. He challenged Indiana to be the first in job creation, education and quality of life, and in a time of uncertainty, for our state to serve as an “enduring beacon.”
Few brands become iconic. While companies often boast about their longevity, past success does not ensure future success. We’ve seen the result of those who try to live in the past. So why do well-established businesses fail or falter?