As many of you know, this week Earnest Machine’s HR department was honored with Crain’s Excellence in HR Awards winning in the Employee Experience, private company, category. Not only did this evoke a lot of emotion and reflection, it prompted many conversations among co-workers, friends, family and strangers.
Earnest Machine Products is partnering with Unbrako to provide Premium Socket Products. This union is designed to combine Earnest's logistics and technical support with a premium brand of socket products.
What makes a "premium" socket product?
What’s wrong with carrying excess inventory? After all, a customer will want it at some point, but the problem is no one can know when or if that product will move. What many fail to realize is there is a cost associated with carrying slower moving products.
Wood screws have a variety of uses and are usually bought in bulk for cheap. The problem is, with the cheaper wood screws, there’s a greater chance for the screw to pull out, back out, or pull through.**
Earnest Machine is pleased to announce we have passed this year’s ISO surveillance audit with no findings or concerns. To maintain ISO certification a company is subject to a three year rotation of audits beginning with a reassessment followed by surveillance audits the following two years.
Joanne Lane works in sales and purchasing for Earnest Machine in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England, which is just a bit of a change from when she was a member of the Wolverhampton School of Dance and performed at local theaters.
Your day-to-day probably requires you to manage and move around a lot of information. Your customers have questions that need answered quickly. You’re juggling multiple quotes. When is that part supposed to come in? What’s the width across the flats of that cap screw? What exactly is a 12 point?