LSINC is a company founded on innovation and collaboration. The LSINC team works together to create strategies for the technology that improves the world, bringing ideas to reality. It takes time for truly innovative products to mature from an idea to being on the production floor. The best idea, if not handled with care and precision by skilled engineers, could result in a product that is missing some of the best capabilities to streamline or improve processes.
50 years ago NASA launched the Apollo 11 rocket on a mission to do what before had only ever been imagined... putting a man on the moon. LSINC joins the celebration of this historic day in a unique way, debuting a custom, commemorative Apollo 11 small-scale model which our engineering team designed, built, printed, and assembled.
LSINC CEO and President of the Alabama School of Cyber-Technology and Engineering Foundation Alicia Ryan was present at Redstone Federal Credit Union for the announcement regarding Alabama’s coming residential magnet school with a focus on engineering and cyber technology for our states brightest students. Read more to find out what happened!
Last night at the 2019 Women Honoring Women Honoree Reception, CEO Alicia Ryan was announced as a nominee for the WEDC’s prestigious recognition to honor her investment and impact on our community. Read more.
As a corporation, LSINC strives to create a BIG impact for our clients—through product development, manufacturing & assembly and business solutions—while leaving a small footprint on our environment, for ourselves, our families, our country, and our world. Recycling is a huge opportunity that is severely underused in the United States today. See what LSINC is doing to give back to the planet!
On Thursday, June 6, LSINC CEO Alicia Ryan along with Senator Arthur Orr accepted donations on behalf of the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering Foundation. LSINC is honored to have a CEO so devoted to the children of her community. Thank you to Davidson Technologies and Torch Technologies for sharing the same devotion.
Judith Shaver, our Director of Business Development at LSINC, had been at LSINC only a month when she made a change that will affect how LSINC employees view their company and themselves forever. See what happened, and how it became positively LSINC.
What happens when LSINC engineers need to print onto a clear bottle but don’t want to risk UV light refraction damaging any printheads? The whole team puts their heads together to come up with a solution!
How does LSINC celebrate the coming of spring? Thanks to Patrick, our Director of Scheduling and Production, this year it was with the High Bay Picnic! Everyone brought something to contribute and fired up the grill during their lunch break. As the instigator, Patrick said it was, “just a way to be together, for everyone to contribute...because everybody brought a little something. It was a chance to chill out and be together outside of work.”