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Manufacturing Engineering

As the world population grows and consumers become more demanding, the competition to efficiently bring products to market has never been greater. Our manufacturing engineers constantly design new operations, optimize processes and cut waste to achieve levels of manufacturing efficiency once thought impossible.

A great idea is just an idea unless it can actually be produced as designed. At EASi, we help our clients bring their ideas to the world while optimizing and automating operations across the entire manufacturing process. The combination of our manufacturing expertise and project management capabilities compliment our product development services and enable us to provide end-to-end support to our customers.

From setting up production lines in those new factories to retrofitting existing facilities, we combine extensive experience in line development with the most advanced manufacturing layout and simulation tools to get production up and running. But we don’t stop there — constantly evolving and improving processes, while working lean to reduce defects and waste. And we design, develop and keep improving the tools and fixtures that make manufacturing better.

Our manufacturing engineers are makers, doers and thinkers — but most of all — problem solvers. We take a fresh approach to solving manufacturing problems, looking at things from all angles to make manufacturing more efficient. We know that when it comes to manufacturing — efficiency is king. Every fixture, gauge and tool needs to work in concert with all the transportation racks and plant logistics that keep production moving. Whether it is solving problems on-site, redesigning a tool or simulating process changes from one of our engineering centers, we listen to the challenges of our customers and put the right engineers in the right places

From the automation of contact lens production that reduce defects and waste to the reprogramming of a production line to make a new tire, we help our customers optimize their manufacturing processes, saving them time and money and getting their products to market ahead of the competition.