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SJF Employee Spotlight – Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson, SJF EngineerAfter 14+ years, we finally decided to feature Matt Johnson, our resident SJF Engineer, in the SJF Spotlight. Matt is our Lead Engineer at SJF. He is involved in various stages of the sales cycle and is often called in to assist customers during and after product implementation. He also works with all departments and can definitely be called the “Go to Guy” for SJF.

Family is a priority for him. He has a wife, Alisa and two kids, Callen & Ella. In the summer he does camping and family trips. In the winter you can find him back on his hockey skates while coaching his son. He’s also a football fan, although his loyalties don’t lie with the Minnesota Vikings but with the (gulp) Green Bay Packers. We’re working on forgiving him for that, however therapy may be required… 😉

 

Name: Matt Johnson

Title: Engineer

Years at SJF: 14+

What do you like most about working at SJF? Every day is different. There are always new challenges.

What do you enjoy doing when you’re not at work? Spending time with family camping, fishing and skating or playing hockey.

What’s your favorite day? Friday. I look forward to the weekend.

Biggest Pet Peeve? When people don’t listen well enough to retain information. People who complain about something but are not part of the solution.

Name something about you, that people would be surprised to know: I had hair down the middle of my back in Jr. High School.

What question would you like to answer that you didn’t get asked: Do you like being in the Spotlight? No. I don’t.

Thank You Veterans!

Happy Veterans Day!

Happy Halloween From SJF!

Happy Halloween From SJF! L to R: Jason Deiter, Denise Rosenau, Lori Bachel, Justin Erkenbrack and Rhonda Remer

Happy Halloween From SJF! L to R: Jason Deiter, Denise Rosenau, Lori Bachel, Justin Erkenbrack and Rhonda Remer

Happy Boss’s Day Stafford and Frank Sterner!

Happy Boss's Day!

2018 “Fit as a Fiddle Contest” Ends – Winner: Ed Salonek

Final tally is in on the SJF Phase III “Fit as a Fiddle” Contest…

Please join us in congratulating Ed Salonek in our Accounting Department for losing the most weight, with an astounding 4.622% body weight lost! A close second place went to Tom Moore in the Sales Department, with 4.491% body weight loss, and third place went to Denise Rosenau in the Web & Marketing Department, with a 1.202% body weight loss.

Ed walks away with not only better health, but also the grand prize – an Yoga Lenovo laptop, sponsored by MedVelocity.

In total, 29.6 lbs. was shed by the group, with 11 employees participating.

A special thanks goes out to MedVelocity for sponsoring this contest and providing not only the prizes, but also positive motivation throughout the contest duration.

New Products – Crank-Out Cantilever & Sheet Metal Rack

SJF is proud to announce two brand new up-and-coming products to our eStore:

Crank-Out Cantilever RackingCrank-Out Cantilever at SJF.com

Crank-Out Cantilever allows for easy overhead accessibility when storing and retrieving heavy bar stock, tube, pipe and more. With just a turn of a crank, the fully loaded arms extend all the way into the aisle for maximum loading and unloading ease of use.

Reduce:

  • Machine down time by placing a crank-out cantilever next to a saw, laser or other fabrication machinery
  • Man hours by eliminating a forklift driver when material change over is necessary
  • Aisle way space by being able to load and unload a crank-out cantilever with an overhead crane
  • Manufacturing floor space by utilizing vertical space and still gain access to multiple types of stock material
  • Potential injuries caused by man handling heavy stock material

Sheet Metal Storage Racking

Sheet Metal Storage RackingThe Sheetmaster 100 is perfect for fixture and sheet metal storage. Ideal for use with vacuum lifts, hoists, sheet lifts, magnets and forklifts.

Reduce…

  • Machine down time by placing a sheetmaster next to a sheer, laser, turret punch or other fabrication machinery
  • Man hours by eliminating a forklift driver when material change over is necessary
  • Aisle way space by being able to load and unload a sheetmaster with an overhead crane
  • Manufacturing floor space by utilizing vertical space and still gain access to multiple types of sheet material
  • Potential injuries caused by man handling heavy sheet products

Heavy Duty Shelves

With a standard rack height of 7 ft., units with 4 – 8 shelves have clearances ranging from 5 15/16″ – 15″

  • Shelves are of all-welded construction
  • Steel decking is optional
  • Shelves extend a full 100% with a 5,500 lb. load capacity, on 4 roller bearings

Contact SJF for more information on these new products at (320) 485-4974 or support@sjf.com.

SJF Honored at Minnesota’s Top 100 Companies Celebration

Earlier this year, SJF Material Handling received notice that it had been named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in 2018 by Minnesota Business Magazine. The awards program and dinner honoring this year’s award recipients took place on Thursday, June 28 at the JW Marriott Minneapolis Mall of America.

Qualifications for the “100 Best” Award

To be awarded this honor, the following excerpt from Minnesota Business Magazine states:

Minnesota is known for being a great place to live and work, with top-notch companies in many industries headquartered here. Each year, these companies submit nominations for the 100 Best Companies to Work For Awards by Minnesota Business magazine. This award recognizes Minnesota’s top companies and, time after time, helps the winners attract key employees who make all the difference.

The “100 Best” were determined by the resulting scores of an anonymous online questionnaire filled out by the employees of each participating company — to determine which companies in Minnesota excel in the areas of work environment, employee benefits, and overall employee happiness, making them the 100 Best Companies to Work For.

This is the 4th time SJF has been named to this prestigious list and we are very proud of the accomplishment!


 

SJF Material Handling Employees

Pictured from left: Denise Rosenau, Sam Sterner, Matt Johnson, Vance Haugen, Tom Moore, Justin Erkenbrack, Stafford Sterner, Frank Sterner, Eric Thovson.

Happy Independence Day!

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