Uptick In Manufacturing Means Business For New And Refurbished Feeder Technology From Feeding Concepts, Inc.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – According to the Wall Street Journal, the manufacturing sector posted a significant August increase—the sector’s first since January of 2009. That’s welcome news to companies like Feeding Concepts, Inc. of Indianapolis—a leading manufacturer of vibratory feeders and feeder bowls vital to efficiently moving and sorting products within small or large scale manufacturing operations.
“Our bottom line hasn’t suffered as much as most recently, due to our unique ability to create custom-built new feeders, or provide lower-cost alternatives such as refurbished vibratory feeders or repairs to existing part feeders and components,” said John Graham II, Owner and President of Feeding Concepts, Inc. “We do welcome the up-tick in the manufacturing sector—because that means more of our customers are showing signs of improvement, too.”
According to Graham, the company has weathered the current economic storm by adhering to the simplest of business practices—from quick turnarounds on requests for quotes and some of the fastest turnaround times in the feeder bowl industry, to offering refurbishes on existing equipment and an Ebay-style store for purchases of used or refurbished equipment.
“You don’t get to be a second-generation business without adapting to the volatile marketplace,” Graham added. “But what we’ve added to our offer over the years has never changed the core value of the company—exceeding expectations with every customer, every order, every time.”
In business since 1988, Feeding Concepts, Inc. is a debt-free, financially stable company specializing in the custom-creation, design and manufacture of feeder bowl and vibratory feeder technology. For over twenty years, the company has offered built-to-suit or certified refurbished equipment, dedicated project management and end-to-end service that means better business for its manufacturing customers. For more information about vibratory feeders and parts feeder technology, visit www.feedingconcepts.com.