Beaver Manufacturing Company, Inc. Grows with New Plant in Mexico

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Beaver Manufacturing Company, Inc. Grows with New Plant in Mexico

Plant to Expand Market Position in Mexico and South America

MANSFIELD, GA, USA, November 20, 2017 – Today, BEAVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY
INC. (BMC), the largest supplier of technical fiber reinforcements for hoses in North America, announced plans for expanding their global presence with the opening of a new plant in Tepeji, Mexico. The new plant will position the company to increase their converting capacity of meta- and para-aramid, rayon, and polyester products that support automotive, oil and gas, and other industrial applications in Mexico and South America. The headquarters and main facility in Mansfield, Georgia will continue to operate in its full capacity. The addition of the new Mexico plant will complement operations at the main facility without disruption and help BEAVER MANUFACTURING efficiently handle projections for growth.

“With major growth projected in Mexico and South America for the automotive, and oil and gas industries, the new plant will be in a prime location in Mexico for expanding our aramid product market,“ said Mike Dubin, Sr. Vice President & Chief Operating Officer at Beaver Manufacturing. Aramid fibers are a class of heat-resistant and strong synthetic fibers that provide high strength to weight ratios with greater flexibility not available in steel wire.The new plant will be headed by General Manager, Mr. Enrique Quirarte, who has 13 years of experience in sales and marketing. He has managed sales force teams in Mexico and
South America. More specifically, Mr. Quirarte has specialized in working in the aramid market.

Widely recognized as a company with a bright and growing future, BEAVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. is the leading converter of hose yarn reinforcement in North America. An ISO 9001-2015 registered company, they manufacture adhesive treated fiber reinforcements for industrial, automotive, and oil and gas hoses. The company converts a wide range of technical fibers for hoses and other industrial applications. Their diverse product line is an invaluable asset to hose engineers who must develop products that sell in today’s competitive market.

For more information, please contact Michael Dubin at (770) 784-7213) /mdubin@beaverloc.com.

Beaver Manufacturing Company, Inc. Hires New General Manager for Mexico and South America

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Beaver Manufacturing Company, Inc. Hires New General Manager for Mexico and South America

Plans for Growth in Automotive, Oil and Gas, and Industrial Applications

MANSFIELD, GA, USA, November 1, 2017 – BEAVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC. (BMC), the leading converter of hose yarn reinforcement in North America, today announced the hiring of Mr. Enrique Quirarte as the General Manager for the continuation of expanding their business into Mexico and South America. Mr. Quirarte will be responsible for identifying business opportunities and developing business models that assist in building relationships internally and with key business partners.

Mr. Quirarte comes to BEAVER MANUFACTURING with 13 years of experience in sales and marketing. He has managed sales force teams in Mexico and South America and is accustomed to selling in diverse market industries, including automotive, electrical, energy, pharma and medical, ballistic, graphics, and government market sectors. More specifically, Mr. Quirarte has specialized in working in the aramid market. . He will assist in developing value chains and strategy, which will be essential as BEAVER MANUFACTURING expands its operations.

”We are very excited about having an expert with sales and marketing experience in the meta- and para-aramid markets. His extensive knowledge of these heat-resistant and strong synthetic fibers will be a key asset in supporting our development into the automotive, oil, gas, and other specialty industries in Mexico and South America,“ said Mike Dubin, Sr. Vice President & Chief Operating Officer at Beaver Manufacturing.

BEAVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. was founded in 1971 by the Needham Family. Their main facility is based in Newton County, Georgia. An ISO 9001-2015 registered company, they manufacture adhesive treated fiber reinforcements for industrial, automotive, and oil and gas hoses. The company converts a wide range of technical fibers for hoses and other industrial applications. Their diverse product line is an invaluable asset to hose engineers who must develop products that sell in today’s competitive market.

For more information, please contact Michael Dubin at (770) 784-7213 / mdubin@beaverloc.com.

Beaver Manufacturing Company and Mehler Engineered Products Group Announce Partnership

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Beaver Manufacturing Company, Inc. and Mehler Engineered Products Group Announce Partnership
Strategic Cooperation Enhances the Hose Industry in Europe

MANSFIELD, GA, USA / FULDA, GERMANY, October 24, 2017 – BEAVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC. (BMC), the leading converter of hose yarn reinforcement in North America, and MEHLER ENGINEERED PRODUCTS GROUP, headquartered in Fulda, Germany, one of the leading global converters of textile rubber reinforcement solutions, announced a strategic partnership today to meet the growing needs for technical solutions of rubber reinforcements in Europe.

BEAVER MANUFACTURING manufactures industrial fiber for the reinforcement of hose and mechanical rubber goods, specializing in performance enhancing treatments for adhesion and improved processing on spiral knitting and braiding equipment. The partnership expands MEHLER ENGINEERED PRODUCTS GROUP in its product portfolio, where they provide the required technical, logistics and engineering organization, and capabilities to serve the market.

“As the demand for our products has increased in the European market, we began to look for the best way to meet our customer needs,” said Michael Dubin, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of BEAVER MANUFACTURING. “This partnership brings our products one step closer to the end user,” he said, “and will lead to manufacturing our products locally in Europe in the near future.”

“This newly formed strategic partnership will position our company in offering RFL-, RF-free, and Isocyanate-based product solutions to our customers as a one-stop-shop,” stated Joerg Czempisz, Chief Executive Officer and President of MEHLER ENGINEERED PRODUCTS GROUP. “Our unique position within the markets we are serving will enable us, as organizations, to get to the next level of customer care by further reducing time-to-market and total cost of ownership.”

MEHLER ENGINEERED PRODUCTS GROUP will take over the sales, service and distribution of BEAVER MANUFACTURING produced products in Europe, effective January 1, 2018, in the first phase of cooperation. The partners will extend the cooperation into local customized development and manufacturing of BEAVER MANUFACTURING based products at a later date.

BEAVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. was organized in early 1971 to supply chemically treated industrial yarns to the hose industry. Their diverse product line is an invaluable asset to hose engineers who must develop products that sell in today’s competitive market.

MEHLER ENGINEERED PRODUCTS GROUP is an established global company for the development and manufacturing of treated yarns and cord fabrics for a wide range of technical rubber products in the Tire and Mechanical Rubber Goods market.

For further information, questions or requests, please contact Charles M. Senne at (770) 784-7204 / csenne@beaverloc.com, or Robert Grueneberg at +49 661 103 795 / robert.grueneberg@mehler-ep.com.

Nominated for GA Manufacturers of the Year

Beaver Manufacturing has been nominated for the 2017 Georgia Manufacturers of the Year Award.
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Arts Association of Newton County

Beaver Manufacturing is a proud, ongoing supporter of the Arts Association of Newton County.

MISSION

The mission of the Community Arts Association in Newton County is to encourage youth and adults in the community to participate in the arts both as audience and as artists and to present world-class artists to all the citizens of this area.

HISTORY

The Arts Association in Newton County is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dependent on corporate, foundation, and individual donors to provide quality arts programming and education.  Serving Newton County for over 30 years, the organization now serves 8 counties and over 50 schools through its Young Artists Programs and concerts, becoming a regional provider of the arts.  Programs and performances featured include The Covington Regional Ballet Company and School, Oxford Singers, Newton County Community Band, Newton County Youth Strings, Creative Kids Camp, Musical Theatre Camp, Luncheon & Summer Evening Concerts on the Square, and True Colours Youth Art Exhibit.

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Beaver Manufacturing Co. Contributes to New GPC Campus

Beaver Manufacturing Company, headquartered in Mansfield, has partnered with Georgia Perimeter College in the purchase of high-tech instructional technology for GPC’s new Newton Campus.

The Newton County-based manufacturer of rubber hose reinforcement yarn presented a $50,000 gift to GPC to help fund instructional classroom technology developed by SMART Technologies Inc. GPC’s new campus, currently under construction and scheduled to open in June, will serve students from Butts, Henry, Jasper, Morgan, Newton, Putnam, Rockdale and Walton counties.
“This region has such a strong manufacturing presence that it is important for the college to continue to develop meaningful partnerships with manufacturers so that we can be sure to meet the demands of such a strong part of the local economy,” said GPC President Dr. Anthony Tricoli.
According to Bill Loeble, chief operating officer at Beaver, the manufacturer has a long history of supporting education at all levels.
“Over the years Beaver Manufacturing Company has given tangible support to pre-K, elementary and high school programs,” Loeble said. “Now the college level has been included.
“The owners have a passion for education that has been infused into the company,” Loeble said. “We see the positive influence GPC will have on our company as well as the community. We believe it is important to embrace our educational neighbor.”
SMART classroom technology allows enhanced interaction between teachers and students through interactive white boards, student hand-held answering devices and other advanced learning electronics. SMART Technologies’ state-of-the-art learning tools also allow faculty to teach in multiple ways, accommodating the thousands of students who will enroll at the Newton Campus.
Founded 35 years ago in an old movie theater and cotton warehouse, Beaver Manufacturing Co. has grown to claim a 65 percent North American market share in rubber hose yarn reinforcement. The company manufactures the specially treated yarn that runs through rubber hoses on vehicles and various machines. Beaver had the grand opening of its third plant, a 40,000 square foot facility in November. The site is a mile and a half from Beaver’s first two plants in Mansfield. The company employs nearly 200 people and has been a financial supporter of Mansfield Elementary School, located two blocks from Beaver’s main plant, for 20 years.
Earlier this month, Covington-based First Nation Bank also made a $50,000 gift to GPC. The two leadership gifts fall into GPC’s campaign to raise $1.5 million to purchase the classroom technology.
“SMART technology will provide students and faculty the most modern teaching, learning and instructional tools available,” Tricoli said. “We asked the community and we were told of the importance of exposing all students to technology. It is our goal to have SMART technology at 100 percent of our learning spaces on the new campus.”
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Georgia Perimeter College, the third largest institution of the University System of Georgia, serves more than 20,000 students through six locations in metro Atlanta. For additional information, visit www.gpc.edu.

Beaver Manufacturing Donates Land to Newton County for Fire Station No. 6

npfirestation2Edward Needham of Beaver Manufacturing Company, Inc., far left, who donated land for Newton County’s new fire station, is joined by , from left, Commissioner Ronnie Dimsdale, BOC Chairman Aaron Varner, Newborn Mayor J.W. Cummings, Mansfield Mayor William Cocchi, Commissioner Monty Lassiter and Commissioner Mort Ewing at the groundbreaking for the station on Ga. Highway 213. Fire Station No. 6 will serve the towns of Newborn and Mansfield and will be manned by three firemen, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An ambulance services will be added to the station at a later date and construction is set to begin immediately.

Mansfield Elementary

Beaver Manufacturing is a “Partner in education” with Mansfield Elementary in Newton County Georgia. Beaver has shown their support in several ways over the years such as PTO support, donating books for the media center, providing news magazines for
each grade level, providing trophies for ceremonial awards, offering savings bonds to students with all “A’s”, purchasing bikes for most improved students, helping to provide additional media and play ground equipment, and participating in reading to the children programs.

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Nature Trail Built with help of Beaver Manufacturing

From the Newton Citizen
Wade Marbaugh, staff writer

MANSFIELD — Taking a break from the muggy heat on Tuesday, Andy Taylor, owner of ArtScape Lawn & Turf Professionals in Conyers, and his business partner Benny Evans proudly showed off a new nature trail that has sprung up in Mansfield over the past month.

“When we first started the project it was a big one,” Taylor said. “We were clearing trees and pushing out mulch and finding stumps this deep we had to remove.”

“It turned out to be a beautiful job,” Evans said.

new_trail“It was a team effort. We all came together on it,” Taylor said, adding, “We love eating at Where There’s Smoke,” a barbecue restaurant in Mansfield.

Team effort, indeed. Alicia Lindsey, a Mansfield Elementary School teacher, envisioned an outdoor classroom where students could learn from nature; Ed Needham Jr. donated the land; Beaver Manufacturing Company contributed funding; Sue Pickens of Decatur designed the trail; ArtScape landscaped it, Overstreet Asphalt & Concrete, a Conyers firm, paved the parking lot; Outback Construction of Loganville built the pavilion, bridge, birdhouses and swing sets — and presto, a classy nature trail was born.

The city of Mansfield will celebrate its new “Nature Trail and Educational Path” with a ribbon cutting on May 22 at 1 p.m.

That’s well ahead of schedule — Mayor Jefferson Riley estimated the trail would be ready in June when he led a groundbreaking ceremony on April 10.

The trail is located a quarter of a mile east of Ga. Highway 11 on Highway 213. It runs between 213 and Mansfield Elementary on 15 acres of land donated to the city for this purpose by Needham.

The Needham Family has long been dedicated to supporting Mansfield Elementary School and several years ago began an effort to preserve this remarkable tract of undeveloped land,” Riley said.

Mansfield Elementary students will use the nature trail as an outdoor classroom for environmental education. It will also be available for the public to enjoy.

Lindsey, who also serves as chair of the Mansfield Tree Board and recently was recognized by a mayor’s proclamation for her volunteerism, worked closely with Riley, City Council representatives and Mike Dubin, COO of Beaver Manufacturing, to finalize the design of the trail.

Pickens rendered the design, selected trees, cattails and numerous native plants for the landscape, which includes areas where students can sit on tree stumps — to be painted bright colors by Outback, according to owner David Wheeler — for outdoor lessons.

The city applied $75,000 of a lawsuit settlement toward the project, and Beaver Manufacturing donated $31,000.

Under the guidance of Beryl Budd, retired Georgia Forestry Commission chief ranger in Newton County, Riley and the Mansfield Tree Board secured a grant for partial clearing of invasive trees and plants in the wooded portion of the 15 acres.

ArtScape was named general contractor with a low bid of $106,000.

“This is a big deal for Mansfield and I intend to go far beyond what the proposal calls for and make it a showplace,” Taylor said at the groundbreaking.

Taylor, a Social Circle resident, agreed to cut the connecting trail to the elementary school through the woods and build a bridge as his donation to the project.

Riley lauded the City Council for its support of the project.

“The City Council recognizes the importance of preserving this land and the benefits of using it as an outdoor classroom,” he said.

“We turned our shared vision into a reality.”

Residents are encouraged to support trail upkeep, new plantings, and the creation of educational tools such as trail markers, tables, and trail activity kits for teachers, as well as trail activity guides for users of the trail.

For information on how to support the project, call Mansfield City Hall 770-786-1660.