In honor of our 30th anniversary, we thought it would be fun to show an AB Journal article from June of 1996. This case study article shows how ESE helped Systems Bio Industries with a control system that enabled the processing of various products in their pilot plant facility while also providing the means for the same process to take place in the field. Below are a few images of the original publication as well as the full article text.
In-House Lab Provides Flexible Control of Culture Testing
Problem: Systems Bio Industries (SBI) of Waukesha, Wis., is a biotechnology firm that makes ingredients for the food and dairy industries.
ESE recently announced that Josh Gerstner has been promoted to Sales Support Coordinator.
Gerstner had been serving ESE since 2015 as the Technical Team Leader for their Analytical Division. In his new role, he will help coordinate sales activities and continue to support analytical business needs.
ESE recently announced that John Tertin has been promoted to Director of Sales and Marketing.
Tertin had been serving ESE and its customers as Director of Manufacturing Information Systems since 2012. He joined the company in 2006 as a Process Controls Engineer. In his new role, Tertin will be responsible for leading the sales, estimation and marketing teams as well as evolving ESE’s customer experience initiative.
MARSHFIELD, Wis. – ESE, Inc., a control system integration company providing design and development of plant automation systems for the food and beverage industry, recently hired Adam Sharrett as an Inside Sales Application Specialist.
Sharrett has six years of automation and sales experience. His work has ranged from working on PLC upgrades and collaborating with automated packaging machinery OEMs in the paper industry to calling on food packaging companies.
Josh is the Analyzer Support Team Leader at ESE and has worked with dozens of ESE’s customers on their analyzer needs. Whether helping customers understand how to best utilize our machines or helping calibrate our analyzers, Josh is willing to go above the call of duty to help. A true asset to our growing analyzer business. Here are a few interesting tidbits about him.
Where were you in 1987? What were you doing? Mark Weber had already started Electrical Systems (ESE’s first name) as a small, part-time venture in 1981, but in 1987 ESE became a full-time business. We thought it might be entertaining to see what was happening in the world in 1987 as we look back at 30 years in business.
MARSHFIELD, Wis. – ESE, Inc., a control system integration company providing design and development of plant automation systems for the food and beverage industry, recently promoted Craig Moeller to Technical Sales Manager.
ESE traveled to Chicago for ProFood Tech on April 4, 5, and 6. ESE team members were able to reconnect with colleagues, learn more about current trends, and demonstrate ESE’s capabilities. We also had the chance to see and hear quarterback, Peyton Manning.