Process Technologies, Incorporated is a manufacturer s agent, integrator, and distributor of process elements and tooling serving the Food, Beverage, Personal Care, and Chemical industries in the Southeast United States. They offer both new process equipment and process technologies and offer a full selection of material handling equipment and process support equipment. They specialize in high-volume, low-cost manufacturer-customer programs. They accept all major credit cards and they are located in Atlanta Georgia.
The Company has been involved in the supply of thermal spray equipment for the last 35 years. They are a technologically advanced company developing processes to improve manufacturing and the speed of tasks. They realize that superior manufacturing tools and process technologies lead to improved productivity, better customer service, increased profit margins, and easier time-to-market. Process Technologies strives to develop process technology that gives their customers a competitive advantage. They work diligently to meet customer needs and to provide manufacturers with tools and materials that reduce waste and unnecessary delays.
The company works with its customers to identify opportunities for reducing cost, developing processes to achieve productivity standards, and developing and maintaining processes to promote quality and consistency. They strive to reduce the cost of processes by using economies of scale in many of their processes. They develop multiple sites for thermal spray application, including high-volume manufacturing and assembly lines at local, regional, and national levels. They use a consistent, inclusive approach to reducing costs and improving service.
In the area of distribution, Process Technologies offers a full line of material handling equipment including robotics for material transportation, cutting-edge equipment for multi-site applications, and other distribution systems. They have developed a process technology strategy that includes planning and developing a customized distribution network, streamlining processes for improved reliability and efficiency, developing cost-effective solutions, streamlining processes for increased productivity, expanding the market for their products and services, streamlining the logistics processes for increased efficiency, developing and deploying new designs and processes for optimizing performance and for reducing waste and emissions. They also plan and execute an information technology strategy that includes establishing a vision and mission statement, creating a mission and purpose statement, determining core competencies, determining resource requirements, forming an information management control team, providing training and development resources, establishing contracts and collaborations, implementing regulatory programs, and evaluating and revising strategies and tactics to optimize performance. They also integrate their information technology strategies with their production and distribution processes for improved coordination.
Process technologies have an integrated process design approach that takes into account the interaction of the materials and the end products. They use the end product as a platform for the design, development, testing, packaging, and manufacture of the actual components of the system. They have streamlined the design of their processes and systems and have reduced cycle times and cycle counts. They have reduced the average travel time between prototypes and finished models and have reduced waste by implementing optimized processes. They have also reduced the average cost of manufacturing the end products by reducing cycle times in processes and using fewer raw materials.
One of the other benefits of incorporating Process Technologies is an increase in energy efficiency. The combination of these Process Technologies allows a company to utilize the best of the known technologies without having to pay a high price. Process technologies are used in many areas of the material handling and design industries. However, Process Technologies are not the only factors that have contributed to the increasing efficiency of today’s manufacturing processes. Many Process Technologies are coupled with efficient and effective design, manufacturing, packaging, dispensation, environmental impact assessment, and cost reduction strategies.