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Apr 30, 2009 - The PEM® Cost Savings Investigation (CSISM) Program introduces a free service to assist companies in potentially reducing their total "assembled cost" of products and designs. The CSI Program is an exclusive resource supported by the global fastening expertise of PennEngineering® to provide focused product analysis and identify "better ways" to achieve assembly-related economies and efficiencies. Here's how CSI works: Program teams will completely disassemble any supplied product and document every procedural step in writing and with photographs as evidence. When the investigation is concluded, a comprehensive and confidential report is developed and submitted with recommendations to help improve overall assembly costs. Strategies may include reductions in loose hardware, production steps, and/or assembly time, among others. Expert CSI teams experienced across industries are located strategically in regions around the world, including Danboro, PA, USA; Galway, Ireland; and Kunshan, China. The service is free of charge with no obligation to specify or purchase PennEngineering products. Learn more about the CSI Program by downloading a free brochure at http://www.pemnet.com/fastening_products/pdf/csidata.pdf or email csi@pemnet.com Contact
Michael J. Rossi
PennEngineering®,
5190 Old Easton Road,
Danboro,
PA 18916-1000
USA.
Phones: 800-237-4736 (toll-free in the U.S.) or 215-766-8853;
Fax: 215-766-0143.
Web site: www.pemnet.com

Original Press Release

Introducing New CSISM Service for Companies: PEM® 'Cost Savings Investigation' Program Can Detect Ways to Reduce Costs of Assemblies

Press release date: Apr 24, 2009

The PEM® Cost Savings Investigation (CSISM) Program introduces a free service to assist companies in potentially reducing their total "assembled cost" of products and designs. The CSI Program is an exclusive resource supported by the global fastening expertise of PennEngineering® to provide focused product analysis and identify "better ways" to achieve assembly-related economies and efficiencies.

Here's how CSI works: Program teams will completely disassemble any supplied product and document every procedural step in writing and with photographs as evidence. When the investigation is concluded, a comprehensive and confidential report is developed and submitted with recommendations to help improve overall assembly costs. Strategies may include reductions in loose hardware, production steps, and/or assembly time, among others.

Expert CSI teams experienced across industries are located strategically in regions around the world, including Danboro, PA, USA; Galway, Ireland; and Kunshan, China. The service is free of charge with no obligation to specify or purchase PennEngineering products.

Learn more about the CSI Program by downloading a free brochure at www.pemnet.com/fastening_products/pdf/csidata.pdf or email csi@pemnet.com

Contact
Michael J. Rossi
PennEngineering®,
5190 Old Easton Road,
Danboro,
PA 18916-1000
USA.
Phones: 800-237-4736 (toll-free in the U.S.) or 215-766-8853;
Fax: 215-766-0143.
Web site: www.pemnet.com