We recently engineered a WIP (work in process) tray for a global bearing company. The trays had previously been produced in Japan, however the customer wanted a local supplier with the technical accuracy needed to interface with their robotics. The customer also needed 6 different trays for the project. Combine all these concerns and you come up with the best solution; face to face, hands on dealings between the supplier and customer. That’s what we did, our sales team took an engineer on site to the customer in order to learn all the transitions and robotic interface requirements to ensure the customer would have a viable solution. With the customer knowing we understood their process we created a plan and solution that won the business.
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