The Hiller Companies Acquires Advanced Safety Systems, Inc.

The Hiller Companies is excited to announce that Advanced Safety Systems, Inc. (A.S.S.I.), headquartered near Boston, Massachusetts, will be joining its team. The Hiller Companies offers fire protection and security products and services that are preserving lives and property all around the world. Hiller, headquartered in Mobile, Alabama, has branch offices from California to Boston and purchased A.S.S.I. on May 1, 2017.

Hiller prides itself on a strong foundation of experience steeped in almost 100 years in the fire protection industry coupled with the most modern service technology. By combining Hiller’s experience with the expertise of A.S.S.I., Hiller is looking forward to adding A.S.S.I. as a second branch in the New England area.

“With over 50 years in the fire protection industry, A.S.S.I. has a proven track-record of innovation, reliability and solutions-based service,” Hiller CEO Patrick Lynch said. “We are looking forward to joining their experience and talents with Hiller’s offerings and services so that we are able to serve more customers in the New England region and beyond.”

Included in A.S.S.I.’s full array of fire protection offerings are unique fire protection solutions to protect works of art and historical iconography as well as fast-acting fire detection and suppression solutions to protect critical assets in education, healthcare, and industrial facilities as well as telecommunications and data centers.  A.S.S.I. has offices in Peabody, Massachusetts and in the Hartford, Connecticut area.

“We are very excited to become a part of The Hiller Companies and to bring the experience and knowledge we have gained in this industry to such a well-respected company,” A.S.S.I. President and CEO Bill MacKay said. “We believe this will be a great fit for everyone, and we look forward to combining forces with Hiller’s global market and to expanding our quality services to new and existing customers in New England.”

Hiller Announces Corporate Partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters

Hiller President Patrick Lynch meets his Little Brother Jayden for the first time.

Employees at The Hiller Companies, from executives to administrative staff, are gearing up to be “Bigs” as Hiller forges its corporate partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

“We couldn’t be more excited to launch our relationship with the Big Brother Big Sister program,” Senior Vice President John Cocke said. “We, at Hiller, value our relationships with our communities, and this is a perfect way for us to get involved on both a personal and corporate level.  We are encouraging the employees at all of our offices to get involved. With 17 branches across the country, I think we can really make a difference.”

This past fall, Hiller invited Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama, Inc. CEO and President Aimee Risser to a general managers meeting in Mobile to present the corporate program and host a question and answer session.

“This was the first time we have been invited to a meeting where general managers from across a company were present,” Risser said. “This is not a typical Big partner of ours, so it’s unique.  There is no mold for a company; it is the right people in leadership at the right time.  We can adjust the program to fit any industry.”

Risser said ten local Hiller Bigs are completing the enrollment process right now and several others are inquiring about it.

“That is the beauty of this program,” Risser said. “It is ongoing and never ending.”

Big Brothers Big Sisters offers two types of mentoring programs: community-based and school-based.  The community-based mentoring is the traditional Big Brother Big Sister relationship.  It serves children ages six to twelve and fosters one-on-one time spent with the volunteer doing things they enjoy in the community.

School-based mentoring is one-on-one mentoring with children who enroll between the ages of six to twelve. Mentoring support is provided until the Littles turn 18 or graduate high school. Bigs meet their Littles on school grounds during school hours for one hour each week during the academic year and keep in touch during the summer. There are currently 31 schools in Baldwin, Escambia, Mobile and Monroe counties who participate in the school-based program.

Hiller will participate in school-based mentoring, but Bigs will have the option to transition into a community-based relationship on a case-by-case basis.

Hiller President and CEO Patrick Lynch has participated in the community-based program before and is looking forward to seeing the difference Hiller can make in the lives of young people.

“Being a part of this program has changed my life,” Lynch said. “You get as much or more from the kids than they get from you.  I can’t wait to see how our employees not only impact these kids, but how the experience impacts our employees.  It is a great, mutually beneficial relationship.”

Hiller’s Pensacola General Manager Pete Whitehouse has been working diligently to get his office on board with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

“This partnership is positive for the company as a whole and for my branch,” Whitehouse said. “I believe it is something we can become invested in so that we are an impactful part of the community.  Building relationships is part of what we do in our work, and it should definitely be a part of what we do to give back.”

Risser pointed out just how much a company like Hiller can make a difference in the lives of their Littles.  National research shows that positive relationships between a Little and their Big has measurable impact when they are matched for at least a year:

  • 94% of Littles are more confident they will finish school
  • 96% of Littles felt socially accepted by their peers
  • 95% of Littles avoided risky behaviors
  • 94% of Littles improved academically

“We are so thrilled to have Hiller on our team,” Risser said. “At the heart of this, they have a willingness to positively impact our youth, and that is what makes our program work.  Hiller will be the first company we have worked with to successfully take Big Brothers Big Sisters into other markets with a company-wide campaign.”

“For a company to encourage its employees to take an hour each week of company time and mentor children is amazing,” Front Desk Receptionist Ruth Crawford, said. “It is gratifying to think I can make a difference in a child’s life. Knowing Hiller wants and encourages its employees to become Bigs makes me proud to be on their team.”

 

The Hiller Companies Announces Acquisition of American Fire Equipment Sales and Service Corporation

Mobile, AL – The Hiller Companies is pleased to announce that American Fire Equipment Sales and Service Corporation will be joining its team. The Hiller Companies offers fire protection and security products and services that are preserving lives and property all around the world. Hiller, headquartered in Mobile, Alabama, has branch offices from Houston to Boston and purchased American Fire on January 3, 2017.

Hiller prides itself on a strong foundation of experience steeped in almost 100 years in the fire protection industry coupled with the most modern service technology. By combining Hiller’s experience with the expertise of American Fire, Hiller is looking forward to expanding their service area in the western United States throughout Arizona, Utah, Nevada and surrounding areas.

“American Fire has been a leader in the Fire Protection Industry for 25 years”, Hiller Companies CEO Patrick Lynch said. “As a veteran-owned business, we respect the ideals and integrity on which American Fire was founded. We welcome the American Fire employees to the Hiller team and look forward to leveraging the strengths of these two premier organizations to deliver even more value for our customers.”

American Fire serves customers in Phoenix, Yuma, Tucson, Show-Low, Pinetop and Lakeside, Arizona as well as in Reno, Nevada, Price Utah and surrounding areas.  With a focus on mining, telecommunication, power generation, data centers and the health care industry, American Fire serves clients such as Go Daddy, Banner Hospitals, and Verizon.

“We are very confident that Hiller will continue the tradition of excellence we are known for in the fire protection industry,” former owner Ann Papuga said. “Hiller’s breadth of experience will usher in a new era for our customers by expanding available resources and offerings.”

John Papuga, former owner of American Fire, will continue as General Manager under Hiller’s ownership.

“The team at American Fire has committed themselves not only to quality products and services but also to a progressive perspective in fire protection,” John Papuga said. “We have worked to create an environmentally friendly, sustainable company.  We know Hiller shares that goal, and we look forward to continuing to implement green solutions for the company and our customers. This is a really great time to be on the Hiller team, and we look forward to continued growth and expansion.”

 

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact John Mackey at 251-661-1275 or email at jmackey@hillercompanies.com.

The Hiller Companies Announces Acquisition of Standard Fire Equipment

Mobile, AL – The Hiller Companies is pleased to announce that Standard Fire Equipment will be joining its team. The Hiller Companies offers fire protection and security products and services that are preserving lives and property all around the world. Hiller, headquartered in Mobile, Alabama, has ten branch offices from Houston to Boston and purchased Standard Fire Equipment on December 1, 2016.

Hiller prides itself on a strong foundation of experience steeped in almost 100 years in the fire protection industry coupled with the most modern service technology. By combining Hiller’s experience with the expertise of Standard Fire Equipment, Hiller is looking forward to expanding their service area in Birmingham and throughout the state of Alabama.

“Standard Fire is a quality service company with a strong reputation in the marketplace.” Hiller Companies President and CEO Patrick Lynch said. “The addition of this team into Hiller’s operation creates a comprehensive fire protection offering for our customers in the Birmingham market. I welcome their employees to our team and look forward to an exciting future.”

Standard Fire Equipment serves more than 3,500 customers from the heavy industrial to light commercial industries in central Alabama.   A family-run business, Standard Fire Equipment has built an outstanding reputation for reliable products and excellent customer service.  Hiller plans to maintain all of Standard Fire Equipment’s management, staff and technicians to ensure continuity of the dependable and professional service they are known for.

“We are very excited to become a part of The Hiller Companies,” former owner Ken Stalnaker said. “This is a new era for our customers and they will benefit tremendously from the resources, knowledge and experience Hiller brings to the table.”

Hiller General Manager Pete Whitehouse believes that the breadth of experience of Hiller and Standard Fire Equipment combined is something special.

“Standard Fire Equipment has a solid reputation and is a great group of people to work with,” he said. “They have served the Birmingham and central Alabama markets for more than 50 years, and we look forward to continuing their outstanding tradition of customer service and fire protection.  Now is really a great time for Hiller and we look forward to our continued growth and expansion.”

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact John Mackey at 251-661-1275 or email at jmackey@hillercompanies.com.

The Hiller Companies: Exclusive Distributor of Teekay Couplings in U.S.

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Mobile, AL. – The Hiller Companies is proud to be the exclusive distributor of Teekay Couplings in the United States.  Teekay Couplings provide space, weight, time and cost savings with each and every installation.

“Teekay Systems have a superior design that is uniform whether they are working with a Navy combatant ship or on an offshore supply vessel.” Hiller Marine Products Manager Jorda Elliot said. “These couplings offer a simple and cost effective solution for pipe joining without the need for flanging, grooving, threading or welding. Our customers around the country have been very happy with the Teekay Coupling Systems.”

Hiller carries the two configurations of couplings offered by Teekay, Axilock and Axiflex. The Axilock version is for axially restrained piping and has two metallic anchor rings that dig into the pipe wall when the coupling is installed.  This prevents the two pipes from pushing apart under pressure or pulling away under end-load.

The Axilock Fire Proof Coupling is a new offering which features a patented, internal fire sleeve that cannot be lost damaged or removed.  It exceeds expected changes to IACS P2 regulations with room to spare for the future.

The Axiflex is for non-axially restrained pipes.  This configuration joins pipes already anchored.  The pipeline forces do not have to be contained by the coupling, and therefore, diameters up to 180” are possible using Axiflex.

Each coupling configuration consists of a casing, a gasket and locking parts.  The purpose of the casing is to house the gasket and to press it onto the pipe surface when the locking parts are closed.  The lock parts are designed to pull the two ends of the casing together circumferentially around the pipe.  In order to achieve this, the coupling is labeled clearly with a torque figure, which ensures that the gasket is compressed sufficiently against the pipe surface.

A common phrase used by shipyard installation technicians to describe the easy Teekay Couplings installation is “two pipes, two screws, two minutes!”

Teekay Couplings have been sold for more than three decades in over 85 countries worldwide for civil, water, oil & gas, marine, building service, process, automotive and countless other industrial projects for pipes between ¾” and 180” in diameter.

For more information, visit hillerfire.com/teekaycouplings or teekay@hillercompanies.com.

Jeffrey Kidd announced as General Manager of Hiller New England

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Wilmington, MA. – “I have the best job in the world. I am a solutions provider, and it’s really fun. I love getting up on Monday and getting to work, and I don’t mind working on a Saturday or Sunday.”

These words from the new General Manager of Hiller New England are a testament to his love of The Hiller Companies and his continuation of a family tradition. Jeffrey Kidd took the helm at Hiller New England on June 1 of this year after the retirement of Peter Hanson with whom he worked closely.

“Peter took over as General Manager from my father, so it was a natural progression for me,” Kidd said. “I worked with Peter and helped him with management, so it has been an easy and seamless transition.”

Kidd noted his father was in the fire protection industry since the 1960s and was a founding member of the Fire Suppression Systems Association (FSSA).

“My father started the Hiller New England Branch 20 years ago this November with me,” Kidd said. “I have been around this industry all 50 years of my life. From the age of 7 or 8, I would go to trade shows. As I got older, I worked on site and went around filling fire extinguishers.”

Kidd is a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology with a degree in Electronic Engineering Technology and is a NICET Level IV engineering professional certified in special hazard fire suppression systems design.

Hiller New England specializes in the protection of IT/computer rooms, commercial operations and large industrial manufacturing operations. They also supply fire protection products to large military and government-based companies.

As the new General Manager, Jeff has a clear vision of the future of Hiller New England.

“I am committed to two things,” he said. “One, our staff. I want to help them grow and advance in their careers. Two, growing our branch. It is exciting times in New England and there is a lot of growth. I hope to position us in a proactive stance to grow with our business and our reputation that we have worked hard to build.”

Kidd is very active and involved in the FSSA and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). He represents Hiller on the FSSA Technical Committee and the NFPA Standard for Gaseous Fire Suppression Systems, Foam Systems, and Laboratory’s Containing Chemicals Technical Committee. He also represents the FSSA on the NFPA 45 Laboratories Containing Chemicals Technical Committee and the NFPA II Technical Committee on Foam.

“I spend a lot of time and extra hours doing work for these groups, but it pays back 10-fold,” Kidd said. “I work with the finest minds in the world on these committees, and our customers benefit from the cutting edge technology and information. We know what the future is and where it is going. Having this knowledge is valuable to the end user and the engineering and specifications communities at Hiller.”

Kidd noted that the wealth of knowledge these organizations provide and the friendships he has cultivated by participating have allowed him to grow the business across the country and even globally. He was able to establish a team for work in Arizona through his contacts in the FSSA who helped him connect with industry experts there. Having these contacts opens up a lot of possibilities for new contracts no matter where the job is located, he added.

“We can offer turnkey solutions by combining our expertise and working closely with other Hiller branches. I have helped align the complementary expertise between our branches, and I want to do more of that. I like to think of one Hiller rather than 12 Hiller branches. For example, I am not a marine guy, but I know people who are, and so I can put together a job sharing their expertise,” Kidd said. “I know we can work together to combine experience and assets. Hiller is bigger and better than where we started, and we are really excited for where things are headed.”

The Hiller Companies Announces New Hose Reel USCG Approval

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Mobile, AL –  The Hiller Companies is proud to announce its USCG approval of their Hose Reels to include SOLBERG® ARCTIC™ 3×3% ATC™ foam. While Hiller has partnered with Solberg on other foam options, adding this Foam Fire Fighting Station approval offers customers a third manufacturer to supply the devices in addition to ANSUL® and National Foam.

“We have partnered with Solberg on other foam products,” Marine Products Manager Jorda Elliot said. “We are excited to work with them and strengthen our relationship because they offer a strong fire-fighting foam product portfolio, including environmentally friendly RE-HEALING™ foams.”

There are not many foam manufacturers, especially manufacturers of marine foam, so getting this approval is a welcome addition to Hiller’s marine offerings, according to Elliot.

In May 2012, ARCTIC AFFF and ATC foam product lines became C6 fluorochemical based, making Solberg the first foam manufacturer in the Americas to offer commercially available foam concentrates that are compliant to the 2015 U.S. EPA PFOA Product Stewardship Program.

The Foam Fire Fighting station was designed by Herbert S. Hiller and is a reliable system capable of controlling fires and spills of flammable and combustible liquids.  One person can fully operate the device with the necessary speed and effectiveness to deliver foam to the required area in an emergency.  This self-contained unit requires only water pressure to operate and is designed for installation in a fixed location such as processing, storage or handling areas.

ARCTIC 3×3% ATC foam concentrate is an extremely effective firefighting foam for flame knockdown, fire control, extinguishment, and burn-back resistance” said Mitch Hubert, Vice President Global Product Development.  “Control, extinguishing time, and burn-back resistance are paramount to the safety of firefighters everywhere.  ARCTIC 3×3% ATC foam concentrate has shown excellent performance in each of these categories.”

“With a limited number of manufacturers offering marine foam, adding another strong business partner, like Solberg, helps us meet our clients’ needs in a timely and cost effective manner,” Elliot said. “We couldn’t be happier to add Solberg to our team.”

Securiplex Announces Completion of Fire Testing for Automatic Light Hazard Water Mist Nozzles

Our supplier-partner Securiplex is pleased to announce the completion of fire testing for its automatic light hazard water mist nozzles in accordance with test protocols of FM Approvals and the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

While Securiplex already has a wide variety of water mist approvals in place, the addition of the automatic light hazard nozzle approval will allow Securiplex to satisfy customer needs for an even wider range of applications such as accommodation spaces on board marine vessels, museums, hotels and retrofit of historic buildings or heritage sites.

“Use of water mist in light hazard applications has become quite common in many regions and continues to gain acceptance worldwide, so obtaining these approvals is a welcome addition to Securiplex’s offerings to better serve the commercial, industrial and marine markets,” General Manager Bill Triantafillopoulos said. “We have a long history in the development of water mist technologies and have enjoyed much success with our open-head systems.”

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Water mist systems utilizing automatic nozzles function similarly to a conventional sprinkler system but offer several advantages such as much smaller piping/tubing requirements, scrubbing of smoke and toxic gases, significant and rapid temperature reduction and 80-90% less water consumption compared to conventional sprinkler systems. These advantages provide tremendous benefits to the customer including ease of installation, personnel safety and dramatic reduction in collateral damage to the facility and equipment.

Securiplex has been providing water mist fire protection systems since 1995 and is a proven innovator and leading manufacturer of water mist technology. Headquartered in Mobile,

Alabama (USA), Securiplex extends its reach globally through its network of well-trained distributors worldwide. We are proud to provide systems for a wide range of projects from
subway systems in the US and flight simulator facilities in the Middle East to US Navy combat ships, luxury yachts and more.

“Some of our most recognizable client installations include the New York City subway system, the New York Stock Exchange, flight simulation facilities, the US Navy and the oil production market,” Triantafillopoulos said “In response to requests from numerous clients over the past few years, we are very excited to be expanding our approvals even further to be in a position to better serve our existing customers and meet the needs of new customers as well.”

Our supplier-partner Securiplex advances water mist technology and applications.

Pon North America, Hiller’s Parent Company, Helps Houston Children Pedal Toward Literacy Success Through Its Donation to CYCLE

HOUSTON, MARCH 24, 2016: Pon North America, announced today a donation of 125 Gazelle bicycles to the children’s charity, CYCLE (Changing Young Children’s Lives through Education).  These Gazelle bicycles will be used to fully support a summer reading initiative to promote literacy and classroom success amongst middle school and high school students, along with their parents and teachers, in the Greater Houston Area.

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Through Pon North America’s donation to CYCLE and partnership with the Houston Public Library, the top 125 students who have read the most books will be awarded a new Gazelle bicycle and helmet at the end of summer.  This donation enables CYCLE to help older kids that they were unable to support through their program previously.  This initiative promotes students to maintain and progress their reading skills over the entire summer.  Middle school and high school students can enroll in the program through their local library.

“At Pon North America, we are committed to being a good corporate partner and giving back to the communities we operate in is important to us,” said David O. Turner, President and CEO of Pon North America. “Pon Holdings is one of the largest family-owned businesses in the Netherlands, and philanthropy is an important element of the corporate culture of Pon. Our employees are given time during work hours, with full pay, to volunteer for community projects through our “Time2Help” initiative.  We wanted to partner with CYCLE because of its mission to improve literacy so that students are on the path to success and they are empowered to reach their full potential. Additionally, we are proud to help promote a love for reading through this summer reading initiative.”

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David Entrekin, Chairman of CYCLE, said, “CYCLE is delighted to receive the generous donation of 125 bicycles from Pon North America. These bicycles will be awarded to deserving Houston middle and high school students who successfully complete a Summer Reading program. CYCLE is completely funded by corporate and individual donations from the greater Houston area.  With our bicycle programs, we encourage children to be active physically and mentally, empowering them to improve their literacy and possibly break the cycle of poverty.”

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Media contacts:

Pon North America – Hue Du, 832-409-8746

CYCLE (Changing Young Children’s Lives through Education) – Rebecca Roberts, 281-460-3596

Notes to editors:

About Pon North America

Pon North America, a division of Pon Holdings B.V., operates in 20 states with more than 3,000 employees.

  • Equipment Depot – The largest independent material handling and rental business in the U.S.
  • W&O Supply, The Hiller Companies, Setpoint Integrated Solutions, A-T Controls, Inc., Louisiana Valve Source, Engine Monitor, Inc. – Supplier, integrator, and service provider of flow control and fire protection & safety products for the Marine and Energy industries
  • Santa Cruz Bikes, Cervélo, Kalkhoff, Gazelle, and Focus – Innovative, high-quality bicycle brands

Pon Holdings is one of the largest family-owned businesses in the Netherlands with 13,000 employees spread over 450 locations in 32 countries. Remaining true to its roots, Pon employees worldwide fully embrace the principles of family as well as the pursuit of excellence.

About CYCLE

CYCLE is a Houston-based 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization serving the needs of schoolchildren. Founded in 2004, the organization uses an innovative program to improve literacy by working directly with independent school districts in the eight-county area of Greater Houston. Under the program, students and their parents within selected Title I schools complete contracts that require the child to improve their scores in grade-level-appropriate literacy skills. CYCLE awards a new bike upon successful completion of the program. To date, CYCLE has awarded more than 150,000 new bicycles to deserving children in the Greater Houston area. To learn more, donate or get involved, please visit www.CYCLEHouston.org.

The Hiller Companies Hosts Marine Machinery Association for Industry Meeting and Local Tours

On January 25th, The Hiller Companies was honored to host the Marine Machinery Association’s (MMA) monthly meeting. The meeting kicked off a two-day event in Mobile highlighting some of the most influential companies in the marine industry.

“Success in business is all about relationships,” Duncan Greenwood, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hiller said. “This meeting brought together several key members of the American shipbuilding industry to discuss growth, progress and new ways of approaching the shipbuilding process.”

More than 20 MMA members gathered in Mobile to learn about the local shipbuilding and maritime industries. Representatives from the MMA, Austal USA, Howell Labs, Ellwood National Forge Corporation, Pacific Marine Systems, Milwaukee Valve, Trident Marine Systems and more attended the meeting.

Dan May, Senior Purchasing Manager of Austal USA, gave a well-received presentation on the history of Austal from 2010 to present day. He detailed their growth from a double-wide trailer for personnel to now housing a 500-person auditorium. May also outlined their Littoral Combat Ship and Expeditionary Fast Transport programs for the US Navy with plans to increase weaponry and mission modules on the latter.

The Hiller Companies, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, John Cocke and CEO, Patrick Lynch also gave presentations highlighting the history of Hiller from its 1919 inception to its position today as a leader in the fire protection industry.

After the presentations, MMA members were given a tour of the Hiller facility, which included an in-depth look at the water mist system developed and manufactured by Securiplex. Attendees were treated to a buffet of local seafood following the tour.

“When you walk inside the door of The Hiller Companies you can see the pride the personnel have in their organization.” MMA Chairman of the Board John Rhatigan said. “The pride is shown everywhere from the cleanliness of the facility to the extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff.  Everyone from CEO Patrick Lynch to the cleaning crew was engaging and a pleasure to deal with.”

Day two of the meeting offered MMA members a trip to the AIDT Maritime Training Center to meet with representatives of Horizon Shipbuilding. CEO Travis Short, Project Manager Lance Lemcool and IT Manager Jason Hinkofer of Horizon were in attendance.  Short discussed the history of Horizon and the construction of repair ships, boats and barges. His team invented a new software package called “Gordhead”, a social media package for project management that has helped Horizon decrease costs and improve production rates.

MMA members also had the opportunity to tour the Austal USA shipyard and its largest fabrication shop, in which aluminum modules start production. A driving tour followed highlighting the outfitting piers and views of new LCS and EPF vessels.

“It was a very successful meeting, and we are so happy to have the opportunity to host and bring these great representatives from our industry together,” Lynch said. “Being able to tour two facilities and learn more about Hiller, Austal USA and Horizon was great for the MMA members. Knowing more about where these companies started and where they are going is helpful to us all and gives us some great insights for the future.”

(LtoR) Mark Haller, President Tri-Tec in Seattle, WA, Steve Misun, Director of Business Development Fairlead Integrated Power and Controls in Chesapeake, VA, Joe Comer, President and Owner, Ships Architects Inc. in Daphne, AL and John Rhatigan, MMA President gather at the MMA Meeting held on January 25, 2016 at The Hiller Companies located in Mobile, AL.
(LtoR) Mark Haller, President Tri-Tec in Seattle, WA, Steve Misun, Director of Business Development Fairlead Integrated Power and Controls in Chesapeake, VA, Joe Comer, President and Owner, Ships Architects Inc. in Daphne, AL and John Rhatigan, MMA President gather at the MMA Meeting held on January 25, 2016 at The Hiller Companies located in Mobile, AL.
MMA President, John Rhatigan, speaking at their 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
MMA President, John Rhatigan, speaking at their 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
Dan May, Senior Purchasing Manager of Austal USA, guest speaker at the MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
Dan May, Senior Purchasing Manager of Austal USA, guest speaker at the MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
John Rhatigan, MMA President, with meeting attendees from Austal USA and The Hiller Companies at the MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
John Rhatigan, MMA President, with meeting attendees from Austal USA and The Hiller Companies at the MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
Gene Haas, Sales, Distribution and Support Manager for Securiplex, gave a tour and review of their water mist system in the Securiplex facility located on The Hiller Companies campus during the MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
Gene Haas, Sales, Distribution and Support Manager for Securiplex, gave a tour and review of their water mist system in the Securiplex facility located on The Hiller Companies campus during the MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.
MMA 2016 kick-off meeting held at The Hiller Companies in Mobile, AL on January 25, 2016.