In short, I love Manufacturing.
I find a certain type of elegance and beauty that manufacturing has to bring people, as well as ideas, together from a diverse set of disciplines to accomplish a common goal. From a young age, I have always appreciated what it takes to make something from scratch. This started from making pinewood derby cars with my father to working 11 internships in manufacturing, to where I have now found a home at Paperless Parts.
The best way to describe who we are at Paperless Parts is if we were playing football, we would be the playbook for the quarterback to get the ball to his receiver. Being the middleman in those types of transactions plays a crucial role in whether or not they come out on top. In every facet of life, it is important to have a game plan to be successful. I think that it is important to be a part of a team that provides the blueprint for everybody to win.
It has been a long time since many machine shops have considered their own “game plans”. I am subscribed to Lou Holtz’s idea of, “In this world you’re either growing or you’re dying, so get in motion and grow.” At Paperless Parts, we are doing something massive. I wake up every day motivated to spread the word and get as many people as possible onboard this movement.
I chose Paperless Parts because as excited as I am about the history of Manufacturing, I am elated to be a part of fabricating its future.