Tiger Manufacturing in the news!

 Students setting up Tiger Manufacturing's first machine.

Students setting up Tiger Manufacturing's first machine.

The Newberg Graphic wrote a great article on Tiger Manufacturing, a new student-run for-profit machine shop at Newberg High School. A.R.E. Manufacturing has been spearheading the industry support side of things and we are so excited to see things get off the ground. Great job to the students!

Read the article here.

A.R.E. Manufacturing Inc., becomes ISO 9001:2015 Certified

Quality at A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. involves meeting customer needs in an efficient and effective manner. One of the ways we show our committment to this is by becoming ISO certified. 

 ISO 9001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.

On December 12th, 2017 A.R.E. Manufacturing Inc. became ISO 9001:2015 Certified! 

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A.R.E. Manufacturing Named one of the Top Work Places of 2017 by the Oregonian!

Thank you to all who took the survey and for your kind words! The quote used by the Oregonian from one of the participants is below. Thank you to everyone for making this a great place to work!

I love my job because: “The culture is one of learning and constant improvement. My voice and opinion on matters are important even if not always implemented. The president and management genuinely care about each person. Working with the company over the years has helped refine and build me into a better person inside the workplace and outside.”

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A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. Honored with Patrick R Murphy Leadership Award from OMEP

Oregon Manufacturing Extension Partnership (OMEP) has chosen A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. for their Patrick R Murphy Leadership Award. This award was in recognition of the work that has been completed on our training program, in partnership with OMEP. Through which, we have implemented our Machinist Development Pathways and other training procedures.  Congratulations to all at A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. !!

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Alvin Elbert named 2016 Citizen of the Year!

Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce awarded our Owner and President Alvin Elbert, 2016 Citizen of the Year! Read his introduction below and watch the video where Alvin receives his well deserved award. Congratulations Alvin!!

2016 Citizen of the Year – Alvin Elbert

 

One of the reasons Newberg is such a wonderful community is because of the volunteers that give tirelessly of their time to make this a great place to live and work. The Citizen of the Year award recognizes individuals who volunteer their time to do just that.  This year’s recipient currently serves on the board of directors for Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce, Mid-Valley Workforce, and Incite.  He is an active member of the Mid-Willamette High Performance Consortium and the Chehalem Valley Steps-Up Internship Program, and enthusiastically volunteers in the manufacturing department at Newberg High School.  Congratulations to Alvin Elbert, President of A.R.E. Manufacturing.

Alvin is passionate about many things; family, tools, mountaineering, and creating opportunities for youth.  For the last forty years he has contributed in many ways to help the youth in our community, be it through youth soccer coaching, classroom volunteering, high school sports and internship programs.

Last year alone A.R.E. Manufacturing, even though they are a small company, provided internships for 11 individuals throughout the year.  They have been offering internships for over 30 years, partnering with various organizations to help youth develop machining and work skills that can be transitioned into the workforce as machinists and engineers.  A.R.E.’s  Manufacturing Manager actually began his career there 30 years ago as a high school intern.

Alvin also participates in Yamhill County Economic Viability Program, Newberg CTE Advisory Committee, Workforce Development Committee, and volunteers for Habitat for Humanity.  Inspired by the loss of a coworker to cancer, Alvin is a member of A.R.E.Tillery, a Newberg Relay for Life team that has raised nearly $70,000 for the American Cancer Society. Today we recognize Alvin Elbert for the difference he has made in our community.

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