Met One’s Smart Monitor Clears the Air Posted by on Jul 28, 2015 8:00:00 AM Trystan L. Bass Share This Post in Share 1 “Monitoring is the Rodney Dangerfield of air regulation: It just can't get no respect," says Dick Valentinetti, who has chaired the monitoring subcommittee for the National Association of Clean Air Agencies and spent 43 years in environmental regulation, mostly with the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. But without consistent, reliable air monitoring, the clear blue skies we love and clean air we
This is the time when we choose to thank our customers for another successful year. All of us at Met One Instruments, Inc. are thankful for your loyalty, confidence and trust. We will continue to bring you high quality, state of the art, products and service. We wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and a successful and peaceful year. The Friendly Crew from Met One Instruments, Inc.
Today is Veteran’s day. We have several veterans among us. We are proud to have you with us. Mark Bailey Mark Evans Troy Fredrickson Daisy Jones Bill Kangas Eric Kutschke Terry Mugg Brian Murff Thomas Nolan Michael Potter Jeff Ross Calvin Skelley Jerry Szpak Rick Taylor Rich Toone Rich Williams Steve Wilson Jeramiah Zdziebkowsi Byron Dawson The Friendly Crew At Met One Instruments, Inc.
"With our winds in Prince Rupert, B.C. we can get a year to a year and half out of these before the bearings start to go. MET ONE INSTRUMENTS MONITORING WIND SPEED ON CRANES They are fixed to the apex of our gantry cranes. We can get sustained winds of 130kmh at this point."
Met One Instruments “When we moved our business here it was the ready, willing, and able workforce that was key for us and gave us an edge.” -Peter Pomponi, VP Sales Photo Credit: Jim Craven Photography GRANTS PASS, OR – Met One Instruments (MOI) moved to Grants Pass, Oregon, in 1980 from the Silicon Valley, and it has been riding a rapid growth curve ever since. “It just stopped making monetary sense to be there,” said Peter Pomponi, Vice President of Sales. According to their CFO Riley Loftin, “The business environment in California is very difficult on manufacturing companies. It’s one of the main reasons why people move out of California to go find something else – they get frustrated with it all.” “It’s easy for us to do business here,” said Peter. “It’s easy for us to get our products shipped and it’s easy for us to get components locally if we can’t make them ourselves. We now have 110 employees in Grants Pass. We like to hire local people, and the workfor