abatUS and Adah International unite to provide one-source IT, Engineering & Project Management support
Neue Formationen bieten unübertroffenen Wert durch gemeinsame Führung, Verwaltung und Talente
...the manufacturing sector start education and training for high-tech manufacturing jobs in high schools as soon as possible.
“We have to promote these careers and recruit students just like Silicon Valley does for entrepreneurs, just like accounting and law firms do at universities and just like Nick Saban does for football,” - Kirk Atkinson, Adah International, Inc.
Adah International, Inc. was recently awarded a contract to partner with FMT USA, Inc., the company responsible for installing Siempelkamp production and manufacturing equipment for the Swiss Krono medium density / high density fiber board (MD/HDF) production plant expansion in Barnwell, SC.
Thanks Fitz-Thors Engineering, Inc. for involving us in your amazing new venture. Looking forward to developing advance manufacturing careers at Hardware Park.
A World Trade Center designation is expected to boost international investment in Birmingham and grow jobs.
Adah International, Inc. working with Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, Birmingham Sister Cities Commission and Mark Jackson, Honorary Consul General of Japan to welcome Ryu Yamamoto, Mayor of Maebashi, Japan and his delegation to Birmingham.
"Why provide solutions when you can prevent problems"
Five years ago, while working for BLG Logistics Group we created the first high school logistics training program around, with only eight students from one school. Today, we attended the graduation ceremony of 28 students from five schools.
We're matching schools with advanced manufacturing employers, developing curricula for both classrooms and active operations and managing the scope, costs and certifications.
This is one of the most prestigious recognitions in Birmingham
At core, Adah International is an outsourced project management company that caters to small- and medium-sized international companies, Kirk Atkinson says.