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From Our Inbox: Delivering Remarkable Experience to Fresh Mark

November 10, 2016 Topics: Announcements, News

Sedlak's expertise in material flow and operational process improvement benefits manufacturers as well as distributors. We were pleased to receive this testimonial for our recent work with Fresh Mark, a producer of quality meat products.  

“We are very happy with the work Sedlak put together for us. Sedlak kept in constant communication with us throughout the project and the information provided was beyond our expectations. We were able to improve our production throughput by working with Sedlak to analyze our current process, identify opportunities, plug the improvements into a computer simulation, and implement the improvements on the production floor.”

Nick Dangelo, Manager, Fresh Mark, Inc.

Thanks, Nick! And we look forward to continuing to Deliver Remarkable Experience to Fresh Mark.

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