For more than 30 years Delta Industrial has been a leader in web converting, finishing and packaging innovation. Based on flexible Delta Mod-Tech® modular technology, each system is custom designed to meet the customer’s exact specifications. Delta is dedicated to providing precise, flexible and innovative manufacturing solutions worldwide. In addition, Delta is dedicated to exceptional training and service, which is why Delta has partnered with Dunwoody College of Technology.
Dunwoody teaches problem solving and critical thinking along with practical, real-world skills that are much sought after by business and industry. It’s a rigorous style of hands-on, applied learning that places great demands on students and requires discipline and personal responsibility. It also fosters such values as work ethic, teamwork and punctuality. The partnership of Delta and Dunwoody will give manufacturers in this industry a resource for finding top quality employees.
Delta systems, when properly operated, can provide huge savings in both time and material. Many custom systems have been installed in medical, pharmaceutical, label, security and personal care manufacturing plants throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Job opportunities in this growing industry are plentiful which is why Delta and Dunwoody’s Design & Graphics Technology Department decided this would be a great time to unveil this new Specialty Converting Curriculum.
For more information on this program please contact:
Shawn Oetjen, Senior Flexographic Instructor
For Technical information please contact:
Ryan Herman, Electrical Engineer
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Delta Industrial Services Partners with Dunwoody College to Provide Training Opportunities in Specialty Web Converting & Packaging
*** Important Tax Incentive for 2010 & 2011 ***
Effective as of 09/27/2010, H.R. 5297 (the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010) had a substantial (and welcome) impact on Section 179. The biggest impact is that it increased Section 179′s limits (almost doubling them)
This should mean a substantial boost to your bottom line this year. But to get the deduction for tax year 2010, you have to act now, as once the clock strikes midnight on 12/31/2010, Section 179 can’t affect your 2010 profits anymore.
In what has come as a welcome surprise to many business owners, H.R. 5297 (aka The Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010) which was signed into law yesterday contains several substantial changes to Section 179, the ever-popular business equipment tax deduction.
“Section 179 was given a nice boost in the past few years, but those boosts were set to expire at the end of 2010” reported Chris Fletcher, Section179.Org’s spokesperson. “But now, not only were the prior higher limits extended for 2010 and beyond, they were made even bigger”
Indeed, an advanced reading of the bill suggests the following Section 179 changes:
- An increase of the total amount available for deduction to $500,000 (up from $250,000).
- An increase to the total amount of equipment purchased to $2 million (up from $800,000).
- The above numbers are to be in effect for 2010 and 2011.
- In addition, the bill also extended the “50% bonus depreciation” to tax year 2010 (it was rescinded earlier this year, but has been restored.)
This is definitely very welcome news to small businesses everywhere. Section 179 has always been extremely popular, and there was real fear that it would be reduced after 2010. This is because for months, there was no indication any changes were coming. But now with the passage of HR 5297, The Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010, Section 179 has not only been extended, it’s been substantially increased.
For additional information, the www.section179.Org website offers plain-English information regarding Section 179. See your accountant to learn how this tax incentive can benefit your business.
Thanks to Laura Gustafson at IFS for this great news!