Ez Router, maker of CNC plasma cutter machines, isn’t just thriving; the company is expanding its facilities by 30,000 square feet.
Mineola, Texas (PRWEB) August 29, 2012
Reuters reported just days ago that the CEO of Caterpillar, the largest maker of construction equipment in the world, stated that the economy is even more uncertain now than it was four years ago. Despite such a grave warning from such a large company, there’s one company in Texas that hasn’t seemed to notice that there’s a worldwide recession taking place. Ez Router, maker of CNC plasma cutter machines, isn’t just thriving; the company is expanding its facilities by 30,000 square feet.
New Offices and New Factory Floor Space
Ez Router’s new 30,000 square foot addition is nearly complete. The new space gives the growing company more office space for its increasingly busy salespeople, as well as additional space for the assembly line, the testing of machines and the packaging of machines.
Another reason ez Router needed the extra space is that the company recently came out with a new 10-foot by 35-foot CNC machine. Manufacturing and testing the new machine requires more space than the company’s former facility could comfortably handle.
Adding Efficiency and Effectiveness
One group of individuals working with ez Router who greatly appreciates the new facility is the delivery truck drivers. With daily outbound and inbound shipments, the extra space gives trucks more room to maneuver. In this sense, the shipping aspect of ez Router’s business has become a smoother, more efficient process.
The final touches added to the new facility will be office spaces for salespeople and company executives, along with a state-of-the-art conference room. Although these office spaces may not be as critical to day-to-day operations as the additional space for testing and assembly, their occupants definitely appreciate the comfortable new space.
In short, despite a down and uncertain economy, business is booming at ez Router, one of the emerging leaders in the CNC plasma cutters industry. Ez Router hopes to be one of the US companies to prove Caterpillar’s CEO wrong and show that 2012 will be one of the best years for business in recent times.
About ez Router
Starting off as a small project to fill a specific, personal need, ez Router co-founders Daniel Berry and John Johnson never anticipated founding a company that would become a national leader in CNC plasma cutters for sale. For each of the past three years, however, ez Router has doubled its CNC machine production. Creating routers and plasma cutters for all sizes of woodworking and metalworking shops, ez Router’s machines have gained a reputation for being both tough and precise. Using only raw materials that have been produced in the United States, ez Router is one company that’s showing that the “Made in the USA” label still means something special.