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 employees 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.
ESE’s Director of Engineering, Kevin Nowack, was recently quoted in a Beverage Industry article. The article focuses on data collection and how to best keep operators “in the know.”
Data collection proves valuable in processing automation
High-pressure processing gains traction in beverage market
NBC’s public service announcements within the series title “The More You Know” have been informing TV viewers on a wide range of topics since its inception in 1989. As beverage-makers increasingly utilize alternative ingredients and high-pressure processing (HPP) technology, “the more they know” can help improve productivity and ultimately their bottom line.
ESE’s Director of MIS, John Tertin, was recently quoted in a Food Engineering article. The article discussed how the right tools can cut waste, curb giveaways, improve efficiency, decrease downtime and maximize product.
Advanced controls yield major process improvements
You think your dairy processing plant is efficient, but when you do the math, you can’t account for 7 million pounds of lost milk per year. That’s a loss of more than $1 million. In addition, your POTW is billing you more than $80,000 annually for exceeding the maximum permitted levels of fats, oils and greases (FOG) in your wastewater. What’s going on? Seems like money down the drain, doesn’t it?
ESE recently became an official SolarWinds Authorized Partner. SolarWinds is a company that offers a suite of products that continuously monitors Ethernet Networks and data centers. It can monitor for network outages, bottlenecks, issues with individual network nodes (a PLC, drive, or PC). It can even monitor server resources like memory, processor utilization, and hard drive space.