We are pleased to share the news that Triangle has successfully passed and been granted certification to the new requirements of ISO 13485:2016. We would like to thank all of the associates who helped to prepare for the audit and assisted during the four days including Back Room Audit Team, SMEs that helped compile evidence […]
Bob Imhoff will celebrate his 30th work anniversary at Triangle on May 2, 2018. In the three decades that he has been a member of the Triangle Team he has worn a lot of hats, starting on the supply chain side with shop planning, sourcing and purchasing and more recently as a Senior Account Executive […]
Written By Meg Fry | Original Article Posted: https://www.roi-nj.com/2018/04/23/industry/ex-rutgers-lb-is-now-3rd-generation-leader-of-device-maker-triangle/ From the outside looking in, Dax Strohmeyer said, Triangle Manufacturing in Upper Saddle River exemplifies what a successful transition within a third-generation family business should look like. That is mostly true, Strohmeyer added. “My father and I have certainly butted heads along the way,” he said. “But, as […]
Triangle is proud to welcome Steve Powell as our new VP of Operations! Starting out at as an engineer, Steve has held a variety of progressively responsible positions spanning engineering and operations in the medical device industry, including 10 years with Stryker earlier in his career, and culminating most recently as President & CEO with […]
Scott joined the Triangle team 30 years ago. He was fresh out of trade school and was hired as a machine operator making steel valves on the Hardinge Chucking Lathes. At that time, Triangle had about 45 associates and he recalls how tightly knit the machinists were when they played together on baseball and bowling […]
Triangle was awarded a Skills Partnership Training Grant from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development for fiscal year 2017. We partnered with NJMEP to provide training which was led by Ed Hanker, Jr. Over the course of the year, associates were able to participate in Blueprint Reading, Root Cause Analysis, and Lean […]
Thirty years ago when Henry Jaskot started at Triangle, he said he was in the right place at the right time. At Henry’s previous manufacturing job, many of his mentors had worked with Willie Strohmeyer, one of Triangle’s founders. He had always heard great things about Willie and when an opportunity opened up a Triangle, […]
Dave Cranstoun was exposed to engineering at an early age by his grandfather – a Professional Engineer who designed piping and boiler parts for power plants across the country. Inspired by his grandfather’s work, some drafting and design classes in high school, and a general thirst for solving problems a career in engineering seemed like […]
Each year, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship coordinates with other companies to honor New Jersey’s best family businesses. In conjunction with sponsors and previous recipients, representatives from the Rothman Institute review dozens of nominations and choose a winner for each category: Under $10 million in annual sales and over $10 million […]
Triangle hosted a Q&A discussion with The Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) featuring New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie. Governor Christie was happy to meet our associates as they enthusiastically greeted him throughout the building. He was taken on a personal tour of our manufacturing facility by CEO, Neal Strohmeyer and President, Dax […]
Triangle celebrated the annual Bring Your Kids To Work Day in great style once again. Starting with breakfast for all of our Triangle Kids, the day was jam-packed with activities that challenged their imaginations, their teamwork and their critical thinking. In addition to “building a better mousetrap” contest supervised by our Advanced Engineering Group, the […]
After being postponed due to inclement weather NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series’ Axalta 400 at Pocono Raceway was won on Monday June 5 by Kurt Busch, driver of the #41 Haas Automation/Monster Energy Chevrolet. Triangle was at the race and on the car: as a preferred customer of Allendale Machinery, the Haas distributor for our area, […]
Ken Gredick, Engineering Manager at Triangle, explains some of the key productivity initiatives Triangle has undertaken to keep its competitive edge in an article in Medical Engineering Magazine.
The medical device tax, fought by industry since its inception, was suspended as part of the $1.8 trillion spending and tax bill passed by Congress and signed by President Obama in the waning days of 2015.
In his most recent book, Mantra Design – Innovate, Buy or Die!, Dana Oliver says his relationship with Triangle personifies exceptional collaboration. “I would have remorse if I didn’t purposely mention my gratitude and exceptional working relationship that personifies this practice with such companies as Triangle Manufacturing Company.”
Orthopaedic device manufacturers are often called upon by surgeons to develop new devices that transform care. But in the face of widespread industry challenges, product innovation lags.