Throughout the shop floor, knowledgeable technicians were on hand to explain the applications being run off and answer questions.
Early in October, rotary transfer machine builder, Hydromat, hosted an annual open house at its St. Louis headquarters. This year’s theme was Oktoberfest, and the response from customers and distributors was quite strong. Who doesn’t like brats, potato salad and beer?
I attended it and was impressed with the number of machines on the runoff assembly floor. These are built to order, so each has an owner. Many were in the final stages of completion and scheduled to ship soon, which makes more floor space for the next machine.
To give you a little flavor (pun intended) of this event, I asked my contact marketing manager at Hydromat, Kevin Shults, to send me some of the photos he took, so we could cobble together a slideshow. Click here to see some of the goings on at the open house.comments powered by Disqus