Mike started his manufacturing career working for his father’s company in the company glass shop where he quickly moved up to leading the department. Soon he was working production in the machine shop where his persistence and attention to detail led him to quickly move up to manage all assembly and manufacturing. Following that, he added the engineering, purchasing, and scheduling departments. By 1988, he became General Manager.
By 1991 Mike knew the company needed more room for growth. Ultimately deciding to move the company from California to Nevada, he negotiated and bought property in Las Vegas for the company’s new building. Working closely with the general contractor and architects, he designed a 55,000 square foot manufacturing facility with an optimized layout to improve efficiencies.
Mike’s vision with MK Fluidic Systems is to design and manufacture the highest quality products for OEMs that upgrade the capabilities of their laboratory instruments.
Chase began working at his Grandfather’s company at an early age learning the manufacturing business from the ground up as his father did. Learning with a hands-on approach, he developed a comprehensive understanding of fluidic systems from product development to manufacturing and quality control.