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Waukesha Industrial Supply Changes Name to Applied Tooling Technologies



Applied Tooling Technologies, formerly Waukesha Industrial Supply, has changed its name to better reflect the innovative changes taking place within the company and the metalworking industry, the company said.

"Our vision is to be the best tooling technology operating partner for manufacturers helping them optimize productivity, performance and savings," said Pete Delany, VP of Sales. "Our expert staff has the knowledge and application experience related to the most innovative products, technology, productivity enhancing production tooling and operational responsibility."

Applied Tooling Technologies is one of 16 "Premier Distributors" for AutoCrib. "AutoCrib Premier Distributors have demonstrated the ability to provide the highest level of system consulting, field support and automatic inventory replenishment services, through a commitment to continuing education and dedicated personnel," said Steve Pixley, AutoCrib CEO.

Applied Tooling Technologies provides complete tool management from tool crib to shop floor, resulting in increased throughput and lowered operating costs for its customers, the company said. "Our highly trained specialists help customers improve management reporting, tracking and measurement. We can take the information from the system, analyze it, present it to our customers, prioritize it and help them make decisions on how to move forward smarter," said Dean Meier, President. "Industrial Vending is the ultimate lean. Some of the benefits our customers have experienced include significant reductions of inventory levels, item usage, hoarding, pilferage, shop expenses, trip time, machine down-time, stock-outs, shipping, receiving and expediting costs. In addition, we've helped eliminate obsolete parts, standardize product, identify employees' usage and increase our customer's knowledge."

For more information contact:

Applied Tooling Technologies

800-678-8960

www.appliedtooling.com

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