"Tenaris workshop draws 100 employees from 7 countries" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Employees from Tenaris plants worldwide work out solutions to issues facing all of them at the Bay City steel mill’s Global Industrial Workshop this week.

 Tenaris gathered 100 hourly employees from seven countries for its inaugural Global Industrial Workshop in Bay City this week.
   Those attending include shop-floor employees, operators, technical leaders and maintenance supervisors, said US Industrial Relations Director at Tenaris Jason Gernand.
   “These are high-performance, high-quality employees who show the technical proficiency and strong leadership qualities to get the information back to their countries and to their mills,” Gernand said.
   TenarisBayCity, which started operations in late 2017, is equipped with a high level of automation and as the company’s most technologically sophisticated plant, was a fitting location for the workshop. 
   “We have a unique approach to manufacturing and it starts with our employees whom drive and guide our operations on the shop floor of our mills and our service centers,” said Luca Zanotti, Tenaris President, USA. 
   “It is our responsibility to ensure our teams have the proper tools, knowledge, experiences, and motivation to develop and grow.” 

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