John Tertin, Director of Sales and Marketing, graduated from the Leadership Marshfield (Wis.) program this April. The program, organized by the Marshfield Area Chamber Foundation, develops current and potential leaders in the community. Program participants receive training to enhance their leadership through networking and team building opportunities.
Tertin joined the program in September 2017 and has participated in monthly sessions, focusing on education, quality of life, public safety, local government, health needs, and business and economic development. As part of the Leadership program, John participated in a group project to help resolve one of the issues facing the Marshfield community, the Literacy Garden for Marshfield Middle School. Tertin described the project as much more than a place to read, but “an outdoor location for classrooms, and it’s an incentive for students to be able to get out and have free time, casual time, reading time… a whole educational experience.” The garden will break ground in June of 2018.
Read the full article on the Literacy Garden or watch the video below for more information.
ESE’s Director of Sales and Marketing, John Tertin, was recently quoted in a Beverage Industry article. The article discussed how data collection and analysis are essential to improving automated processing operations.
Processing automation offers essential data collection
Data analysis diagnoses maintenance needs, improves efficiency
From the beginning of the production line to the end, automation has become more prevalent in the beverage industry as it further incorporates technology that helps maximize production capacity, and increase efficiency and accuracy throughout processing operations.
Driving the increased adoption of processing automation are the variety of benefits that the equipment provides to beverage-makers throughout the process, according to experts.
ESE, Inc., a control system integration company that designs and develops plant automation systems for the food and beverage industry, recently promoted Erik Winer to Facility Modernization Consultant.
The Dairy Cheese industry is dynamic, diverse and ever-evolving. The producers of natural cheese in the United States thrive in an industry where the price of milk pivots and turns on a constant basis. In order to maintain a quality product and retain customer loyalty, dairy producers must be adaptable and understand their bottom line for producing safe, quality, profitable products.
It is an exciting time to be in the world of manufacturing. The Wall Street Journal recently discussed how changes to the tax code will encourage many U.S. manufacturers to hasten the automation and modernization of their plants. These incentives for manufacturers will benefit both national businesses and local economies.
On November 16th, ESE’s Erik Winer presented a webinar on configurable CIP which focused on how this system helps make production environments safer and more profitable. If you didn’t get a chance to see the webinar live, please watch it below. You will find that you walk away knowing more about:
Configurable CIP: Making Production Environments Safer and More Profitable
ESE’s Erik Winer will be hosting a free webinar on configurable CIP on Thursday, November 16th from 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. (CT). This event is perfect for people working in quality assurance, maintenance, operations and engineering. You will learn about configurable CIP and topics such as:
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma were intense and catastrophic – and highlight the importance of being prepared. We recently were able to help one particular ESE customer located in the target area prepare for the worst.