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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 […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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