One Simple Tool Recommendation. $160,000 in Added Value

Back in our January 28, 2021, blog post, we talked about how Mate’s Sales Engineers are your trusted advisors who can address your fabrication needs and challenges. In this latest case study, Mate Regional Sales Manager Peter Visser happened to be on a routine sales call with his customer, a manufacturer of commercial food service equipment. While touring the shop he noticed that their dies had a negative taper. Knowing that these typically lead to slug pulling, he asked if they had any issues, which they did, every day. Peter recommended changing to Mate’s Slug Free® dies that are designed to eliminate the problem. When they did, the company’s slug pulling problem indeed went away, gaining over $160,000 in added value from more green light time, reduced scrap and reduced labor.

To learn more, read and download the case study.

Blog Author

John Galich

John Galich is Marketing Manager at Mate Precision Technologies.