"Every day in Minnesota, about 100 workers get injured or ill to the point that they can't go back to their job the next day," Paul Aasen, president of the Minnesota Safety Council. "Congratulations to KEI for their hard work to make sure their employees are not part of this statistic."
This article originally was published by the Republican Eagle. It was written by Steve Gardiner on Apr 8, 2019 and appears below in its original entirety.
This article was originally published in Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc Minnesota/North Dakota Chapter on February 1st, 2019. The content has been republished in its entirety as it originally appeared.
There are a lot of acronyms in the industrial industry. One prominent acronym we abide by at Knobelsdorff is GMP - or Good Manufacturing Practices. GMP was instituted by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) who monitors GMP regulations to ensure manufacturers, processes, and handlers of medical devices or equipment, drugs, food, and other regulated items adhere to practices that ensure safety of products. GMP regulations require a quality approach above all else, something at the very core of our business.
Knobelsdorff Electric is honored to be featured in this article from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. We are grateful for this opportunity to showcase how KEI provides complete automation and control system services to our customers. Check out the article to read how we are putting our name on the map with over 100 years of combined service in the automation and controls industry.
Whether you’re providing products, services, or a combination of the two, customers are looking for quality. And a big part of that is the ability to trust the companies they partner with to follow through. This is especially true in areas like automation and controls where issues or errors might not be as obvious.
How do you choose an industrial automation technology partner? Sure, there are a bunch of different variables to consider, but when it comes down to it, most industrial outfits want to work with automation and controls professionals who know what they’re doing, have the right skills and resources, and are going to listen to and help their customers.