What’s New at MRF

New President

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Charles Miller, Jr. as President of MRF. He also sits as a member of our Board of Directors. Charles is a results-orientated global business executive with a passion for delivering strategic, operational, and sales leadership.

He received his BS degree in Ceramic Sciences and Engineering from Alfred University. He later attended The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Aresty Executive Education Program for business and leadership training.

Charles began his career, at Centorr Vacuum Industries (TI Group PLC subsidiary), developing non-oxide ceramic processing equipment and implementing scale-up expansions for the company. Before joining MRF Chuck was President of Harper International, a global leader in thermal processing plants for carbon fiber production, and other advanced materials.

Charles has served as an advisory board member for select industry and commercial organizations. He has also been named as an inventor or co-inventor in numerous US and international patents. With his in-depth understanding and experience establishing new ventures, positive growth is expected in the coming years for MRF.

 

New Look New Form 

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MRF’s recent update and logo change is all part of a re-branding process that began earlier this year. With all the new practices and business strategies being implemented, it was only a matter of time before a new look was created for our website. And here it is!!!!

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We hope that the new bolder colors and immediate access points on the front page will make it easier for you to explore our site and find just what it is you are looking for. MRF offers customized products for those that require a more unique approach for their projects and their vacuum furnace needs. We offer a variety of add-on options for your customization needs and our more recent addition to aide customers is our parts request form. This new form will help guide you through the information needed to get you the right part for your furnace and help expedite the overall process. Check out the page here.

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