Pyramid understood the appliance manufacturer’s pressure of remaining a dominant player in the industry.
Green Cove Springs, FL (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Pyramid Mouldings has announced a partnership with a major appliance company that has launched a new product line. The announcement came after Pyramid purchased a state of the art 300-ton die stamping line, an investment made on behalf of their customer’s new appliance venture. The strategic partnership will prove to be of mutual value: the manufacturer has improved their core new appliance production processes; Pyramid now has new capabilities to offer customers more custom parts.
“We grew our presence in the industry by listening to our customer and adapting our processes to their innovations,” notes Bill Munch, vice president of Pyramid Mouldings. Many companies are facing innovation challenges, implementing upgrades and product improvements. Manufacturers can benefit from collaborative product development teams, where efforts are reinforced and deadlines are met in a competitive market.
“Pyramid understood the appliance manufacturer’s pressure of remaining a dominant player in the industry,” commented Doug Lange, sales manager. The new products require specific roll formed, stamped and powder coated components. While these three capabilities are somewhat common, this manufacturer needed multiple solutions close to the production site. “The process began with a true partnership - we listened to the customer’s product initiatives and researched our own ability to meet their need. In the end, Pyramid invested in a high-efficiency stamping line.
Pyramid is now a prime OEM supplier of the appliance manufacturer’s new product line. It was a sound choice based on Pyramid’s customer service, customer adaptability, and geographical location. Pyramid was able to use sales, engineering and manufacturing man-power to closely support the manufacturer’s part design and production. “We adapted and invested in a client, where there was profit and potential for all,” concluded Bill. “There is mutual value when it comes to investing in a customer. Both parties always win.”