Join RMI at the July 15 GreenTech featuring Procter & Gamble’s sustainability initiatives and special guest, Roger Campos, Governor Hogan’s Business Ombudsman

Join us on July 15 at RMI’s next GreenTech Series forum and hear from Procter & Gamble’s Hunt Valley Site Engineering Leader, Carlos Nakamichi, and Site Sustainability Lead, Michael Roth as they discuss the sustainability program at this facility. We will also be joined by Roger Campos, Governor Hogan’s Business Ombudsman, who will provide an update on key administrative initiatives and Governor Hogan’s condition.

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Meet fellow Maryland manufacturers for some relaxed networking and refreshments from 5:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.

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Join RMI on April 15 for our next GreenTech Series

Screen Shot 2015-02-16 at 4.57.51 PMJoin us on April 15 at the Baltimore Museum of Industry from 5-7 p.m., as RMI kicks off its manufacturers-only 2015 GreenTech Series! [Read more…]

Baltimore’s Tenax Responsibly Manufactures a World of Netting Products for America

When it comes to fencing and netting, the name Tenax comes to mind. Their fencing can be seen protecting the Chesapeake Bay waterways and keeping deer from entering backyards. It can also be seen at high-prestige events like downhill skiing at the Winter Olympics, where orange safety fencing and blue limit fencing separates the skiers from the onlookers at the finish line.

tenaxOn a recent tour of the Baltimore Tenax facility, you can hear and see the buzz of activity as their large extruder machines churn out thousands of yards of plastic netting for a variety of industries. “This is the primary busy season, right now, January through June,” said Steve Petrides, President of Tenax U.S. The company’s value-added design and flexibility in the design process differentiates them from the competition. [Read more…]

“Tear This Wall Down” expansion ceremonies at Marlin Steel

777 - 2015-02-09 at 16-22-09 - 2015-02-09 at 16-22-09-X2Congressman Steny Hoyer, Marlin President Drew Greenblatt, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and RMI President Mike Galiazzo at the “Tear This Wall Down” expansion ceremonies at Marlin Steel.

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Join RMI for Jan. 27 GreenTech Event with Northrop Grumman

GreenTech-BannerRMI is set to host its first GreenTech Event of the year Jan. 27. [Read more…]

RMI Showcasing Graduating Companies at Second Energy Forum

RMI energy forumRMI is hosting its second Energy Forum on February 10 for the next group of companies set to graduate from its Energy Program. [Read more…]

3D Maryland Thought Leaders Series: “Making Movie Magic with 3D Printing”

rmi-vertical-blackbg3D Maryland Thought Leaders Series: “Making Movie Magic with 3D Printing”

Monday, December 8, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

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Join RMI at the WTCI 25th Anniversary and Wine Tasting

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The World Trade Center Institute is celebrating 25 years of service. RMI enjoys a long standing partnership with Deb Kielty and the team at WTCI. This will be a great place to celebrate the success of Maryland’s best business organization and meet up with friends of RMI.
Please join Mike Galiazzo to celebrate 25 years of WTCI success on December 3rd from 4 – 6:30 p.m.

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Galiazzo’s remarks from Baltimore Manufacturing Forum published in IndustryWeek

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From the desk of Mike Galiazzo, president of RMI:

IndustryWeek published the introductory remarks I made at the October 7, 2014 Baltimore Manufacturing Forum, when I introduced Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. IndustryWeek titled the piece in their October 27, 2014 online edition, “A Challenge to Manufacturers to Aim Higher.” It is about manufacturing, contributions to social well being and the conversations we need to have to define our future as an industry and a nation.

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Dundalk High School Students in Homeland Security Completer Program to Attend Lunch with Congressman Ruppersberger

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In response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, the Department of Homeland Security was created by President George W. Bush. With the creation of this cabinet department, new and exciting careers are available for those professionals interested in protecting our homeland. These careers include law, emergency management, immigration and customs, secret service, transportation, travel security and terrorism protection.

Dundalk High School is the only school in Baltimore County offering a completer program in Homeland Security for students interested in careers in this field. Coursework includes Foundation in Homeland Security, Criminal Justice, Science, GIS, and an internship. [Read more…]