Community and Beyond: The Global Impact of Liberty Electronics

By George Allman on 08 August, 2019

U.S. Navy Ship’s Serviceman Seaman George Allman, from Pittsburgh, mans the rails aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Chung-Hoon (DDG 93) as the ship pulls into Salalah, Oman, Dec. 30, 2018. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Logan C. Kellums)

 

Every community is impacted by the companies that operate within. Companies of all sizes create a ripple effect, creating a variety of touchpoints and connections within their communities and beyond. This is especially true of a company like Liberty Electronics. Although a small business by definition, Liberty is actually one of the largest companies in the small town of Franklin, Pennsylvania. Franklin is a picturesque, Victorian era community of hard-working families that work together, play together, learn together, worship together, and succeed together. 

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Topics: Company Culture, Quality

Employee Culture: Staying Sharp with Continuous Training

By George Allman on 12 June, 2019

No matter how precise a tool may be, it still needs to be honed, recalibrated, and reevaluated in order to stay in prime condition and do its job correctly. This is no different for a workforce. No matter how knowledgeable or skilled an employee may be, there are always ways for the employee to refresh their knowledge. Continuous training to keep the workforce up to date on all its processes produces a workplace culture which is centered on preparedness and reliability.

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Topics: Company Culture

Keep it Running: Tools and Company Culture

By George Allman on 29 May, 2019

One way that a company like Liberty ensures an efficient and well-equipped workforce is by making sure the tools that employees use on a daily basis are current, calibrated, and functioning. The proper maintenance and organization of all tooling is a key element in a workforce that is confident, safe, and well-equipped.

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Topics: Company Culture

More Than a Workplace: How Liberty Equips the Next Generation for Careers in STEM

By Scott Anderson on 15 May, 2019

One way a company can support its community is by offering educational and employment opportunities to the members of the community, especially students. This is particularly true for companies, like Liberty Electronics, in the STEM field. By engaging with the community, the company can educate students about the field and equip them with opportunities for the future. Larger companies, such as Lockheed Martin, do this regularly. Liberty, though located in a smaller community, still offers valuable resources to the area through career, STEM, and mentorship programs to reach students and potential employees.

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Topics: Company News, Company Culture

Pursuing A Paperless Process: One Company's Journey

By George Allman on 30 January, 2019

Twenty-five years ago, Liberty Electronics’ system for creating and distributing work instructions was 100% paper-based. At Liberty, as with most companies in the industry at that time, engineers created work instructions for each assembly, printed out each document, and distributed them to manufacturing personnel. These manufacturing employees, in turn, depended on these paper documents in order to assemble components according to contract. Upon completion of an order, the documents often had to be filed for reuse at a later time.

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Topics: Operational Efficiency, Innovation, Company Culture, Cost Control

3D Printing: Ergonomic Benefits in Productivity

By George Allman on 31 October, 2018

 

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Topics: Operational Efficiency, Innovation, Company Culture, Quality Control, Design, Design Challenges, Aerospace, Commercial Industrial, Rolling Stock

Evolution of 3D Printing at Liberty Electronics

By Liberty Electronics on 18 September, 2018

This November, Liberty Electronics will celebrate five years since producing its first in-house 3D printed part in 2013. The company added two additional 3D printers to its roster in 2016, another this month, and is looking ahead at the possibility of adding metal-capable machines in the future. The implementation of additive manufacturing has proven to be incredibly successful for the company and has continued to set Liberty apart as a versatile innovator in the industry.

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Topics: Operational Efficiency, Innovation, Company Culture, Quality, Design, Design Challenges

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