The immediate past chairman of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, Scheininger’s two-year term featured vigorous promotion of business legislation that has helped New Jersey's economy recovery in the wake of a recession.
Active in the cleanup after super storm Sandy, Scheininger not only worked through the Chamber to help other businesses, his employees worked night and day for two weeks to manufacture enough large diameter steam hose assemblies to get heat to low income homes flooded by Sandy.
He was recently quoted in an article by Ted Sherman of the Star-Ledger, Obamacare: Frustration over health insurance premiums rises among employers. An initial advocate of a health-care overhaul, he is frustrated at how it’s being implemented.
“The difference between the hope they held out versus what they delivered is phenomenal,” says Scheininger. He has no expectation that his premiums are going to go down as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
For the complete article, click here. Click here for the article on the 76th Annual Congressional Dinner, pictured above. Click here to read our previous customer spotlight. Scheininger is also the past Chairman of IDCO, the Industrial Distributor COOP, an industrial purchasing cooperative. For more info on the hose distributor coop, click here.