June 27, 2012 – Polygon Solutions Inc. is announcing that it is joining the Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association. One purpose of the Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association is to bring manufacturers together to encourage the economic development of Southwest Florida through manufacturing. Polygon’s growth as a leader in rotary broaching technology prompted the move.
Polygon Solutions Inc. is a small Fort Myers, FL manufacturer of industrial cutting tools. Polygon’s core business is focused on rotary broaching tools, which are used to make hexagon, square and other shaped holes in precision metal parts. Typical parts made using rotary broaching include bone screws, custom fasteners and small shafts with serrated or spline ends.
This year, Polygon was the recipient of the prestigious Manufacturing Leadership Award for Innovative Enterprise. The Manufacturing Leadership 100 Awards, now in their eighth year, honor manufacturing companies and individual manufacturing leaders that are shaping the future of global manufacturing. Polygon hopes to join other manufacturing leaders such as Arthrex and Structure Medical who are shaping the future of Southwest Florida.
“SRMA is committed to helping manufacturers of all sizes realize value through the association with tangible returns of time saved, money saved and networking with like-minded individuals.” Matt Chambers, President, Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association. “Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association (SRMA) is pleased to accept Polygon Solutions, Inc. to our membership. They join an esteemed and inspired group of large and small manufacturers all interested in a better educated manufacturing-ready workforce, lobbying for more manufacturing support at the local, state and national levels and overall advocacy for manufacturers.” Betsy Allen, Executive Director, Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association.
To learn more about Polygon Solutions Inc., visit www.polygonsolutions.com
To learn more about the Southwest Regional Manufacturers Association, visit www.srma.net