Growing up in a family business, you learn a lot of things. That success comes with hard work and sacrifice. That honesty is truly the best policy. That the smooth cement floors of a warehouse are perfect for roller skating and pallet racks make great hiding places. And, as you grow older, to be grateful that your great-grandparents, grandparents and parents had the foresight and gumption to fulfill a needed industry-service while providing for employees, the community and the family.
My grandfather and Nelson-Jameson’s co-founder, Earl Nelson, passed away just over a month ago. Three people were asked to eulogize different aspects of his life at the funeral. Nelson-Jameson’s President, Jerry Lippert, spoke about Earl’s business acumen and industrial contributions. Andy Keogh, the former Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Wood County, remembered
Detection of contaminants is a critical aspect of ensuring food safety, especially with stringent government regulations. The use of metal detectors is increasingly vital to identify and reject harmful objects, contributing to enhanced Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) programs. This comprehensive approach extends to a wide range of metal-detectable products, from safety supplies to processing tools, ensuring the integrity of food products. The smallest detectable foreign object varies based on factors like material, line speed, and moisture content, with the detector head's height being crucial. Calibration is a key process, involving setting thresholds based on contaminant size and collaborating with the metal detector manufacturer. Regular testing of calibration is essential to prevent larger contaminants from bypassing the detector and compromising product safety. Metal-detectable products, often colored blue for easy visual detection,
We are proud to announce that Cathy Laube, Laboratory Supplies Product Manager at Nelson-Jameson, was named the “Joe Mityas Laboratorian of the Year” by the Wisconsin Laboratory Association (WLA) for her contributions to the Association and the laboratory field!
Kristen Houck, of the Center for Dairy Research, shares that the award is given to an outstanding representative of the WLA’s mission “to improve the cause, technique, practice, and knowledge of industrial laboratory technicians through communication and educational opportunities.”
Laube has served as President, WLA Board Member (past president), and also as the chair of the Supplier Subcommittee. Houck explains that Laube has: “been such a great addition to
MARSHFIELD, WIS., September 8, 2014 – Nelson-Jameson, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of their newly-redesigned website, nelsonjameson.com.
The new site features improved layout and functionality to enhance the user’s experience, including better search capabilities, expanded categories and product quick view.
"With this redesign we tried to keep the focus on simplifying our customers' experience,” said Adam Nelson, Vice President of Technology, Nelson-Jameson, Inc., “The visual overhaul is just phase one of that process, and now that it's in place we can concentrate on implementing additional features that we hope will make doing business with NJ as easy as possible."