(PRWEB) April 2, 2005
Located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Lindquist Machine Corporation (LMC) builds custom machines for U.S. and international customers. For over 50 years, LMC has been solving customers’ problems in industries such as food, printing, paper, film, construction, and power tools. Unlike many other ETO companies, LMC does not always design its products. Their primary focus is to partner with their customers to build custom machines to their customers’ designs. LMC fills a need in the marketplace where companies do not have the capability or capacity to build their own machines. LNC plan to go live with Encompix in April 2005.
Thomas R. Cutler, spokesperson for the ETO Institute (http://www.etoinstitute.org) said, The ETO Institute recognizes Encompix as the clear cut leader in the Engineer-to-Order environment. The ability to track the rework is so central to the ETO process that it is a central quality issue.
Encompix (http://www.encompix.com) has filled the manufacturing software requirements of Engineer-to-Order companies since 1992. The company name reflects our commitment to developing business application solutions that encompass the complex areas of project-based and job-based manufacturing.
Encompix provides ETO manufacturers with a competitive advantage by improving bottom line results.