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NIAGARA Worldwide Managers Participate in New North Inc.’s 10th annual “New North Summit”

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NIAGARA — New North Inc.’s 10th annual “New North Summit” featured jobs expert and author Edward E. Gordon as the keynote speaker. The conference, sponsored by BMO Harris, was held on Friday, Dec. 6 at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Green Bay.

Nick Ghere (Site Manager of the Niagara Development Site) along with Shelly Ghere (Director of Finance) and Don Jacobsmeyer (Director of Real Estate) for Niagara Worldwide were on hand to meet and discuss the regional influence on Niagara managed properties.

With holdings in the Outagamie, Manitowoc and Marinette Counties, Niagara relies on consistent and engaging government programs to spark associated development.

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Key Note Speaker – Ed Gordon

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ASHWAUBENON — It’s not the best of times, it’s not the worst of times.

That would be one way to sum up the message Friday at New North Summit 2013. Presentations at the 18-county economic development organization’s annual meeting highlighted many positive economic aspects in the region and a few worrisome ones, most notably, an existing and potentially growing skills gap.

“The underlying foundation is talent,” said Ed Gordon of Imperial Consulting Corp., the keynote speaker. “Skills are the new currency for this decade.”

Gordon credited New North and other regional organizations, such as the Northeastern Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance, Bay Area Workforce Development Board and NewEra educational collaboration, among others, for their efforts in addressing the need for better-qualified workers.

“We need more well-educated and well-skilled Americans. You’re doing a lot. You need to do more,” he said. “For the first time in history, the generation retiring is better educated than the generation that follows.”

Gordon said the United States has a rising tide of vacant jobs, which grew to 7 million last year, including 33,500 in Wisconsin. Two-thirds of jobs that will need filling in the future will be to replace retiring baby boomers. Also, he said, many long-term unemployed have stopped looking.

“The number of people leaving the labor force exceed the number of jobs we created,” he said. “Unless we better educate half of our population, instead of 25 percent, we won’t be able to preserve our freedoms.”

The skills gap could be worse. The economy could be booming and the need for workers even greater, but Dennis Winters, chief of the Office of Economic Advisors in the Department of Workforce Development, said Wisconsin businesses still are waiting for “that big pop” that normally follows a recession. Four years after the recession ended, it hasn’t happened.

Uncertainty is the biggest single deterrent to capital investment by businesses, from government budget battles, sequestration and debt limits to the Affordable Care Act. As a result, Winters said, business is lowering its expectations.

Governor Scott Walker

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Green Bay – Governor Scott Walker joined business, education, and community leaders at the New North Summit in Green Bay today.  The annual event is an opportunity to collaborate and network with the goal of stimulating the economy and building a stronger region.

“This is a great opportunity for people to come together, share ideas, and learn about regional growth opportunities,” Governor Walker said.  “When people are invested in their community and motivated to address the issues and challenges employers face, everyone benefits.”

Some of the topics addressed in this year’s summit include, ways to develop the workforce and close the skills gap, economic trends, how to become a fast-growing company, how to connect to the global marketplace, and the importance of sustainability practices to the bottom line.

Pictures from 2012 Visit to the Governor Mansion – Niagara Development was invited to Tailgate and Network

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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker & Niagara Development Site Manager Nick Ghere
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Nick Ghere, Governor Scott Walker, Eric J Spirtas, Ed Maglasang

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With a complete site “Re-Development” located in Marinette county, NIAGARA Development boasts its enhanced benefits.  From Building leases, Commercial landfill expansion to the exploration and prospective development of a Granite Quarry that could be one of the regions largest of its type in years to come, NIAGARA will be a significant provider of jobs to the area.  

“This summit serves as a great source of information and networking for our industrial development,” says Site Manager Nick Ghere.  “We are confident that our facility will continue to grow, create jobs and be seen as a regional success.”

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Choren Industries SELLS Biomass Gasification Plant to FAM Germany GmbH & Co. KG through the efforts of NIAGARA Worldwide

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Large Press and Machine Shop Liquidation – Creating value from dormant assets! Closing Friday – July 8th

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Niagara Worldwide – Helps Another Client

The Next Ongoing Events

TIMED EVENT – ENDS JULY 8

ONLINE AUCTION:
Steel Parts Manufacturing
Tipton, Indiana

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For most small business owners, the thought of liquidation is appalling and grotesque.  The media depicts its general ideas associated with liquidating into your brain:  Front pages of newspapers read bankruptcy, tickers scroll the bottom of your televisions with exponentially increasing debt figures, and small businesses stick up gaudy neon-colored ‘STORE CLOSING SALE’ signs that scream urgency.  With the economy in its current state, it’s not difficult to fall victim of all the hype [and scare].  Yet, the media fails to acknowledge the rest of the liquidation business; the beneficial business strategy of liquidation: converting your obsolete, overstock, salvage, returns, and excess inventory into immediate, upfront, and useable cash.

There are two major forms of liquidation: compulsory and voluntary.  When you hear of liquidation in the media, it is compulsory liquidation, which is when you are forced to liquidate by law.  Compulsory liquidation is the last resort for a business.  It involves selling off every aspect of the business, from their inventory all the way up to their debts.  When a company is compulsory liquidating, they are closing their doors for good.  The latter form, voluntary liquidation, is the unspoken strategy that is used frequently within all Fortune 500 businesses.

Call NIAGARA Worldwide today to see how we can support the re-sale and re-purposing of your industrial assets. 

Eric J. Spirtas – President
NIAGARA Worldwide
715-251-3151 Main Office Telephone

www.niagaraworldwide.com  
eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

Motor Liquidation – Amazing Prices – Closing Friday June 24th, 2011

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In our effort to redevelop and recycle, NIAGARA Worldwide LLC, buys, liquidates and repurposes former industrial facilities globally. 

Contact us today for more information – Eric. J. Spritas eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com – 314.780.3742

 

Announcing another Quality Timed Auction from

NIAGARAWorldwide

 

Former New Page Papermill
Naigara, Wisconsin

Street Address:
1101 Mill Street
Niagara, WI 54151

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Electric motor inventory: (Samples below)

MARATHON 2 HP, 1800RPM, 145T Frame, 460 Volts

BALDOR 3 HP, 1200RPM, 215C Frame, 480 Volts

GE 60 HP, 1800RPM, 364TS Frame, 230/460 Volts

RELIANCE 500 HP, 1200RPM, 5810S Frame, 4160 Volts

GENERAL ELECTRIC 30 HP, 1200RPM, 405P Frame, 480 Volts

GENERAL ELECTRIC 100 HP, 1800RPM, 444VP20 Frame, 480 Volts

 
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When:
ONGOING NOW!

Where:
Naigara, WI

Email Our Liquidation Manager:
For more information

CONTACT:
Burdette Wilber at: 314-616-8422 / burdette.wilber@niagaraworldwide.com
Eric J. Spirtas at: 314-780-3742 / eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

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Liquidation for top line: Bearings, Pneumatics and Hydraulics

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Announcing another Quality Timed Auction from

NIAGARAWorldwide

 

Former New Page Papermill
Naigara, Wisconsin

Street Address:
1101 Mill Street
Niagara, WI 54151

See in Google Maps

 

Bearings, Pneumatics and Hydraulics: (Samples below)

NUMATICS AIR VALVE MODEL (REPLACES 554SA400K000030

NUMATICS AIR VALVE MODEL 33DSA43AK000030

PARKER HYDRAULIC DRIVE PVP4830R2M11

VALMET HYD CYLINDER MODEL 2300S3/80 100-50-100-7 MVP-45

(1) SKF 2232 CCK/W33, (1) SKF SNW 32X 5 7/16, (2) SKE 31311 J2/Q, (1) SKF SAF 532, (1) SKF SDAF 532, (1) FAFNIR 9114PP, (2) FAFNIR 9105PP, (2) MRC 211MFF 0009, (2) FAG G208 2RSR.C3, (1) FAG 23030 EAS 573184, (1) SKF HF322 SNW22X4, (1) SKF 513110, (1) SKF EXPLORER 60102RSJEM, (1) SKF 63006 2RSI, (2) SKF GEG 32 ES, (1) SKF 60ES-2RS, (1) SKF 22212 E/C3, (1) SKF NV2213ECP, (1) SKF 32216 J2, (1) SKF 32216 J2/Q, (2) SKF 2208E-2RS1TN9, (2) SKF NUTR 50110

(2) LINK BELT CB22423HFQC, STEEL MASTER SC- 27CXS 1 11/16″, (2) SEAL MASTER 3-215 2 15/16″ 700091, (4) REXROTH MNRR067805000, (5) TIMKEN 332872006-03-44, TIMKEN 332872006-02-44, TIMKEN 332872005-10-44, TIMKEN 332872005-12- 44, (3) TIMKEN 332872007-11-22, (2) TIMKEN 33462D-2006-01-22, TIMKEN 33462D-2006-02-22, TIMKEN 33462D-2006-03-22, (2) UNK-113043, MRC 5319H502, (2) NTN UCF205 100-D1, (2) NTN UCP210 115 D1-8, NTN CM-UCP211 203 D1, (2) FAG 29412E,SKF NU319ECJ, LINK BELT 532448-0, SKF 5YR3, LINK BELT LBPCB 22443H, LINK BELT CB22443H, (2) SKF 22319 CC/C3W33, (2) DODGE P2 130TRE-3 7/16″, DODGE P2 BD 1307R 3 7/16″

 
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When:
ONGOING NOW!

Where:
Naigara, WI

Email Our Liquidation Manager:
Burdette Wilber

Call Burdette at: 314-616-8422 / burdette.wilber@niagaraworldwide.com
Call Eric J. Spirtas at: 314-780-3742 / eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

 
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