In these uncertain times, everyone is cleaning everything they touch and trying to think through business contingency plans to ensure the economy keeps going and supplies continue to get where they’re most needed. After all, appliances will still break, cars and trucks still need repair, and boxes still need handling.
Roller Die Keeps Parts Running For Our Clients
Roller Die + Forming has the capacity to help you meet your supply chain needs. Like other businesses, we are closely monitoring the situation and working to ensure the safety of our staff. We also aim to ensure we have the ability to continue to produce parts for our customers, existing and new. Many of our office staff have elected to work from home. Line workers and staff who need to be in the plant have been given the opportunity to work swing shifts so that they can cover childcare and take care of themselves and their families.
Health of our Workforce is a Top Priority
Roll mills are large pieces of equipment, so our staff is spaced well apart most of the day. While we always focus on safety, we have increased training and management attention to cleaning and health safety. The health of our workforce is a top priority for everyone at Roller Die.
Our efforts in improving our operations are ongoing and recently resulted in creating extra capacity on our 1-1/2 inch lines in our Rossville, Georgia facility. Good operations management, thanks to our new plant manager Justin Thompson, has already had a tremendous impact and we expect more opportunities like this to emerge in the future.
If your company is struggling to find a supplier for roll formed parts, not only do we have additional bandwidth, but we also have a library of standard tooling. Developed over the last 60+ years of operations, our standard tooling catalog can be leveraged to create a wide variety of common shapes. We can also use this tooling as part of more complicated set-ups to help significantly cut the cost of tooling. We use this as an advantage to keep costs low and start up times short.
If the toilet paper is flying off the racks, it’s just a chance for the roll formed parts that make up these racks to shine. Reach out to the experienced sales team at Roller Die to learn more or get a quote for your part today.