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Advantech Manufacturing to be featured on Manufacturing Marvels

Article-Advantech Manufacturing to be featured on Manufacturing Marvels

Advantech Manufacturing Inc. will be featured during the John Stossel Show on “Manufacturing Marvels”, airing between 9:30 and 9:44 pm Eastern on Thursday, April 4, 2013 on the Fox Business Network.
Advantech Manufacturing Inc. ASTM test sieves and sieve shakers will be featured by Manufacturing Marvels, which showcases American manufacturers and their products. The episode airs nationally during the John Stossel show (9:00-10:00 p.m. Eastern) on the Fox Business Network on Thursday, April 4, 2013. To find the channel in your local area, visit www.foxbusiness.com/interactive/about/channel-finder/index.html.  
Located in New Berlin, WI, a suburb of Milwaukee, Advantech is a worldwide leader in sieving technology. The company has been making dry particle separating products for more than four decades.
“Our customers know they can rely on us as their partner and that has been our strength as we continue to build our distributor network across the globe,” said Advantech’s president, James R. Lang. “Our family of employees takes pride in the products we produce and cares about meeting the needs of our customer base. Being selected by Manufacturing Marvels to showcase our products, which are used in over 40 different industries ranging from life sciences to pharmaceuticals, to seeds and grains to mining, demonstrates the wide acceptance of our products and our commitment to our customers.”

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