Tyler Erickson and Ron Paulk show off FastCap’s beautiful new Biesse CNC Machine that will be used to make the Paulk Workbench.
Paul Akers discusses what makes FastCap unique.
“Whatcom County is home to a number of highly successful entrepreneurs who are quietly and methodically doing massive transactions with national and international partners every day. One of them is Paul Akers, the dynamic man behind FastCap, which operates from a 50,000-square-foot facility on Ferndale’s Pacific Highway.”
Press here to read the entire article by Lauren Kramer of BE in Bellingham.
Paul Akers visits Timbecon in Melbourne where they carry FastCap products.
For more information on Timbecon, visit their website.
Paul Akers reviews 2016 and realizes that failure is the platform for innovation.
Paul Akers discusses long term ROI for FastCap. Depends on how it support up creating a high quality, just in time product for our customers.
From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
Hi FastCap Team,
I know many of you think I’m crazy and that it is impossible for each one of you to do twice as much, or double your productivity, but I promise you it’s not only possible, it’s easy. The best part is it does not mean that you’re going to have to work harder, but you will actually work with more ease, enjoyment, and satisfaction in the way you do your job.
– First step is you must fully understand the amount of waste that surrounds each one of us.
– Second step is you must apply lean principles to everything you do & every breath you take.
– Third step is each one of you must set a big hairy audacious goal … a seemingly impossible goal like doubling your productivity by March 1, 2017….