LifeLine Foods needed a company with expert knowledge of their industry; knowing how to build packaging equipment wasn’t enough. Housman was searching for a partner who understood not only the products LifeLine Foods processed but also the concerns with dust, sanitation, and food safety and quality that were special to their industry.
Imagine for a moment that your original equipment manufacturer (OEM) could connect to your equipment and troubleshoot from a distance. The machine’s engineer could immediately analyze and resolve issues remotely, limiting costly downtime and travel expenses.
When it comes to optimizing your equipment, the logical choice is to partner with your original equipment manufacturer (OEM). After all, who knows your equipment better than the OEM? Working with them ensures you’ll maximize reliability, reduce downtime, and increase productivity.
China has been known as one of the most powerful countries in the world for decades, in terms of both its economy and its manufacturing workforce. However, with the changes of the past few years, China is facing new challenges.
As manufacturing continues to evolve, new trends are emerging. Fifteen years ago, the trend was the demand for better production rates and smaller packages. What’s trending in 2017?