Announcing Participation with Advanced Machine & Engineering Co. in Upcoming Innovations TV Segment

Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) June 28, 2016

Innovations with Ed Begley Jr., announced today that it feature Advanced Machine & Engineering Co. in an upcoming episode, airing fourth quarter 2016. Dates and show times TBA.

Advanced Machine & Engineering Co. (AME), located in Rockford, IL, is a global manufacturer and distributor of precision machine tool components and metal cutting machinery solutions. AME’s sister company Hennig, a global provider of machine protection and chip management solutions was acquired in July, 2000. The family owned sister companies work together to provide the manufacturing machinery industry with products and technology that advance as fast as the industries they serve.

In this segment, viewers will learn about the AME and Hennig product lines, including complete production sawing machinery, work holding systems, machine protection systems and chip management systems along with other engineered products related manufacturing technology

“AME and Hennig are very honored to have the opportunity to showcase the dynamics of the manufacturing industry from a variety of perspectives, as a machine designer, a global components supplier, and an end-user of machine tools, we are excited to show the national audience an inside look at the metal-working industry,” said Dietmar Goellner, President & CEO of Henning and AME.

“AME and Hennig continue to acquire state-of-the-art equipment and highly-skilled machinists and staff,” said John Ryff, Jr., Producer for the series. “The sister-companies continue to improve existing products and processes, as well as new product developments. We look forward to enlightening audiences on the innovation and technology present at AME and Hennig.”

DMG Productions (responsible for creating the Innovations show) includes personnel specialized in various fields from agriculture to medicine, independent films to regional news and more. Field producers work closely with experts in the field to develop stories. This powerful force enables DMG to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming that both viewers and networks depend on.