- Nov. 30, 2011 -
Ranked as the nation’s leading manufacturing journalist and a contributing editor for hundreds of publications annually, Thomas R. Cutler, has been writing extensively about manufacturing and industry for more than twenty years. According to Cutler, “The dynamic stories of manufacturers create a bounty of interesting and important business strategies…from re-shoring to ERP, from Six Sigma to material handling, from lean manufacturing to food quality the best-practices of manufacturers create a never-ending stream of feature articles and important, newsworthy content.”
Cutler will be covering MODEX 2012 in Atlanta, GA February 6 – 9. More than thirty global publications have asked Cutler to cover the best new products in Material Handling. MODEX 2012 is using the slogan - Where Supply Chain Solutions Are Moving.
MODEX 2012 is the industry's newest expo for the manufacturing, distribution and supply chain industries. MODEX 2012 will feature the best solutions and innovations the industry has to offer. Cutler will meet over 500 of the leading providers and solutions. Cutler reflected that, “The feature articles that will be authored during and following MODEX 2012 will allow readers to gain valuable insights into manufacturing and distribution solutions for all areas of the supply chain.”
About TR Cutler, Inc. and Thomas R. Cutler
TR Cutler, Inc. (trcutlerinc.com)
was founded by Thomas R. Cutler twelve years ago. Maintaining extraordinary relationships with clients, journalists, editors, trendsetters, and key business leaders worldwide, TR Cutler, Inc. has become a key resource for those writing about the manufacturing sector. Cutler founded the proprietary Manufacturing Media Consortium in the 1999, which now tops 4000+ participating members. Cutler is the author of several books and has become the “go to” resource among those who write about manufacturing and distribution.
Cutler is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, Online News Association, American Society of Business Publication Editors, and Committee of Concerned Journalists, as well as author of more than five hundred feature articles annually regarding the manufacturing sector.
“In 2012 there will be more coverage about Overall Equipment Effectiveness, Statistical Process Control, Food Safety and Quality, Supply Chain, Engineer-to-
Order processes, and, of course, manufacturing and distribution jobs. Productivity, Quality, Efficiency, and continued process improvement will be of paramount importance in editorial feature articles over the next year,” suggested Cutler.
TR Cutler, Inc.
Thomas R. Cutler