A whole new Earnest 08 December 2015

Earnest Machine has recently opened two dedicated engineering and manufacturing centres in the US and UK as part of a customer focused campaign to launch a new brand identity.

The new centres, one in the US and one in Wolverhampton, UK, will enable Earnest to further meet the needs of its customers. Customers will be able to design and engineer custom fasteners, made to print specials, and traditional secondary machining services. Along with the new centres, Earnest is also launching a new website and e-commerce centre, to enable its customers to understand the company’s new capabilities and products. The website will enable the company to better communicate with its customers and provide an easy to use platform to showcase its history. The new site has also been designed with the latest in e-commerce service technology.
“It’s a whole new Earnest,” states Kirk Zehnder, president at Earnest Machine. “The addition of our engineering and manufacturing centres allows us to provide a deeper level of service to our customers while promoting manufacturing and creating jobs both in the US and UK. We have always taken pride in our commitment to putting the needs of our customers first, and we’re stepping it up several notches this coming year.”
Kirk continues: “The ‘how can we help you today?’ campaign is more of a promise to our customers than a question, which reaffirms the vision my grandfather had for the company when he founded it 67 years ago.”


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