With over 150 members and a variety of companies represented, the Manufacturing, Industrial and Logistics council provides the opportunity to share similar interests, insights, technical innovations and efficiency improvements, as well as unique processes and procedures,, to meet the future demands and challenges of external and internal customers. Click here to view a list of the companies represented within the MILC.

The council’s membership is open to those that have some degree of responsibility for a manufacturing facility and those offering specialized products or services to meet their needs.

Are you already an IFMA member and want to become a member of the Manufacturing, Industrial and Logistics Council? Click here or contact Joshua Amos at joshua.amos@ifma.org .

MILC News & Updates

Click here to view the letter from the 2016-2017 MILC President, Keith Vandenbussche.

FM Salary Survey

How does your salary compare with that of your peers? Here's your chance to find out.

IFMA is conducting a survey of salaries within the facility management industry. Take 5 minutes to complete this brief questionnaire, and we will share with you an Executive Brief of our findings, free of charge.  

Also, your name will be entered in a drawing to receive a $100 gift certificate to the IFMA store. Five winners will be selected at random for this prize.  

The questionnaire can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/IFMA_SalarySurvey

The deadline for responses is August 7th 2017.

When it comes to shaping your career, knowing is half the battle. Your participation in this survey will put you in the know regarding salary market rates for all the positions that comprise the Facility Management profession. Thank you, in advance, for your participation and your contribution toward a greater understanding of the FM industry.

Please join us for an upcoming webinar:

Energy and Maintenance Savings Using Direct Steam Injection for Plant Hot Water Systems

Presented by Rick Green

Mon, Jul 24, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT

Direct steam injection for plant hot water systems:
•Proven technology for 80+ years
•Instantaneous hot water at rates up to 6500 GPM
•Precise temperature control even with large flow changes
•Maintains temperature to meet strict USDA sanitation requirements
•Energy savings of typically 25-30% compared to heat exchangers
•Hot water reserve tank not required, for most applications
•Self– cleaning technology reducing maintenance costs of cleaning mineral build-up in heat exchangers •Less downtime
•Provide redundant systems if required
•Very small footprint to save plant floor space
•Complete hot water skids with all controls, valves and sensors, easy to instal
•Option to connect to plant DDC system​​

About the presenter:

Rick Green is an Industry Sales Manager in the Food, Beverage and Pharma Division of Hydro-Thermal in Waukesha, Wisconsin.  Rick received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering as well as an MBA from Marquette University in Milwaukee.  Rick has been active in sales and marketing for 30 years, and has worked for companies like Rockwell Automation, Badger Meter, Rotork Controls as well as the HVAC division of Johnson Controls working with manufacturing plants and commercial buildings to help meet Facility Managers evolving needs.  

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If you're interested in learning more about leadership and volunteer opportunities within the council, please contact Joshua Amos at joshua.amos@ifma.org.

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