Posts Tagged ‘ MI Windows and Doors ’

MI Foundation Raises Nearly 80K in Fight Against Breast Cancer

Nov 13th, 2020

Through the MI Charitable Foundation, MI Windows and Doors, Milgard Windows & Doors, and their business partners, raised nearly $80,000 in October to support breast cancer awareness month. “We are so grateful to everyone who helped make this a truly successful Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” MI CEO Matt DeSoto said. “The fight against breast cancer […]

MI Windows and Doors Implements AI-Driven Manufacturing Platform

Aug 19th, 2020

MI Windows and Doors has partnered with Rheo, an industrial artificial intelligence (AI) platform company, to incorporate artificial intelligence that will help reduce manufacturing bottlenecks and improve throughput, according to the company. Rheo’s AI platform utilizes specialized equipment to observe processes and aids staff in driving operational improvements. “Rheo allows us to identify inefficiencies, address […]

MI Windows Closes Two Milgard Production Facilities

May 1st, 2020

Today, MI Windows and Doors announced the closure of two Milgard manufacturing facilities over the next few weeks. According to officials, the decision to close its plants in Aurora, Colo., and Grand Prairie, Texas, stems from weakened economic conditions brought on by COVID-19. “A significant number of families are impacted by these decisions, and we […]

Positive Coronavirus Case at MI Windows and Doors Facility

Mar 23rd, 2020

A team member at window manufacturer MI Windows and Doors’ (MI) Hegins facility recently tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). According to the company, the affected team member was last at work on March 13, 2020. The team member began experiencing symptoms on March 15, 2020 and did not return to work. MI was […]

Closing the Door on the Decade and Opening a Window to the Next

Jan 13th, 2020

The new year is officially here and as the door and window industry ramps up for a brand new decade, [DWM] took the time to grab the top stories from the past ten years and learn what those in the industry predict for the next ten. Reflecting on the past and looking to the future, […]

OSHA Inspections and Compliance Assistance High in 2019

Dec 18th, 2019

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced a significant increase in the number of inspections and a record amount of compliance assistance by way of educational programs. “OSHA’s efforts – rulemaking, enforcement, compliance assistance and training – are tools to accomplish our mission of safety and health for every worker,” said principal deputy assistant […]

MI Windows and Doors Earns VPP Star

Aug 9th, 2019

Late last month a five-member team of inspectors from OSHA announced that the MI Windows and Doors’ Hegins plants, located in Pennsylvania’s Schuylkill County, would be awarded the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star. The Hegins location is the fourth MI campus to earn the VPP Star, following locations in Gratz, Pa.; Prescott Valley, Ariz.; and […]

MI Windows and Doors Surpasses $1 million at Annual Charity Event

Jun 13th, 2019

Officials for MI Windows and Doors report that its 21st annual golf tournament and charity auction raised more than $1 million last week for the company’s MI Charitable Foundation. The event, held June 3-5 in Hershey, Pa., is the foundation’s largest fundraiser, supporting causes in veterans affairs, local outreach, children’s wellbeing and the fight against […]

MI Profiles Facility Endorsed for VPP Star

Mar 5th, 2019

Officials for MI Windows and Doors recently announced that the company’s MI Profiles extrusion facility, in Millersburg, Pa., is nominated for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program Star (VPP Star). If awarded, the recognition would mark a hat trick for the company in the area of safety, following its Gratz, Pa., […]

MI Windows and Doors Experiences Gas Line Rupture

Dec 19th, 2018

On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, a MI Windows and Doors manufacturing facility in Prescott Valley, Ariz., experienced a ruptured gas line. Nearly 300 employees on site were evacuated and no injuries were reported. MI officials confirmed to DWM that the gas line ruptured due to a forklift inside the facility. “The driver had a load […]

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