Eutectix Tolleson Facility Celebrates 20 Years without a Lost Time Accident

Eutectix recently celebrated 20 years no time lost accidents at its Tolleson Arizona manufacturing facilities. Its facilities in Tolleson Arizona were first established in 1966 by Nuclear Corporation of America.

This plant has operated 20 years without a time lost accident.

This plant has operated 20 years without a time lost accident.

Our most important priority is the well-being of the dedicated and talented people that work together at Eutectix. They bring life to our company and prosperity to our community. We have a responsibility to make the most of the opportunity for our colleagues and ourselves. Focus on safety, quality, continuous improvement, and staff development make Eutectix a trusted supplier and an excellent place to work.

Eutectix, LLC manufactures superalloys, and custom rare earth metals and alloys using vacuum induction melting. It supplies high purity ingots and powder for advanced applications in hydrogen storage, magnets, batteries, and additive manufacturing.

Eutectix operates production facilities in Tolleson Arizona and Troy Michigan.

About Bob Russotti

Robert Russotti is the Chief Digital Officer and co-founder of Eutectix, LLC. He has worked in consumer and industrial markets at Fortune 500 companies and with non-profits serving education and industrial markets. He co-founded Voltaix, LLC in 1986 (acquired by Air Liquide in 2013) and was granted a patent for the manufacture of germane gas. Robert is a member of the Digital Analytics Association (DAA) and the Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization (SEMPO). He served on the DAA Web Analytics Standards Committee and the Emerging Technology Committee for SEMPO. He has guest lectured at industry events and at NYU and SUNY Stony Brook about marketing, branding, analytics and social media. He has been a consultant to companies in a wide range of businesses. Robert has an SBA from Long Island University, an MBA in administration from Adelphi University and a B.S. in Chemistry combined with Math and Physics from SUNY Albany.