Company applies industry-proven suite of processing expertise, "game changing" technologies, hardware, software and value-added services to return leaked profit to bottom line
According to Pete Tecos, 5ME's Executive Vice President for Marketing and Product Strategy, the company's mission is unique and more critical than ever because of the global challenges facing all manufacturing-based companies. "While manufacturers are under increasing pressure from agile competitors, capacity constraints, material cost increases, and skilled labor shortages, there are still significant opportunities to improve existing operations and return lost profit to the bottom line," he said. "Cost reductions of any magnitude from direct labor, material, or inefficient processes, can yield a substantial boost to the bottom line."
5ME addresses five critical components – the five "M's" of man, material, machines, methods and metrics – to improve a manufacturing enterprise's efficiency (the "E"). Its suite of technologies, hardware, software and services is applied as an all -inclusive solution, according to Tecos. "This is a comprehensive, analytical approach to manufacturing that results in higher productivity, improved quality and lower working capital. We are brand and process agnostic, and therefore able to work with all types of machinery and manufacturing systems," he added. "This gives us the independence to render our best solution and work freely with different system suppliers upstream, as well as end users downstream."
Among 5ME's core technologies are cryogenic machining, Freedom eWARE™
"As an independent business, we'll be able to offer our patented, award-winning cryogenic technology to a larger base of machine tool OEMs and end users in an effort to cast a wider net in our marketing, particularly to the energy, agriculture, construction, aerospace, automotive, and medical device industries, where efficient machining of challenging materials – such as titanium, stainless and hardened steel, composites, nickel-based alloys, and nodular or compacted graphite iron (CGI) – is a chronic issue."
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