to start with a basis of quality. We do this by using
precision material, finely tuned grinding machinery,
grinding fixtures that are checked and maintained
for wear, trueness, and setting. Add to that years
of experience and training by the person operating
these machines and you wind up with "quality".
This one is actually pretty short. You do what you
say you will do, over and over again. That's it, end
We help to achieve value by using the best tooling
system for the job. There are a myriad of companies,
products and prices out there. The most expensive
tool is not always the best. Some product lines out
there are just plain expensive and don't offer a substantial
advantage that justify the cost. Some cheap tooling
may actually wind up costing you more by having to
purchase the tool more than once and by having poor
performance. Cheap tooling can also damage machinery.
Knowing the difference in the brands versus cost and
performance is critical in making your tooling choices.
Your wood product has to be competitive in the business
market. By consulting on using the best machinery,
production methods, lumber, manpower, & tooling
we can be confident of "value".
Okay all this talk so far is great, but what
is it worth. Like I tell my son "talk plus $0.50"
will buy you a cup of coffee. At the end of the day,
it's the work that actually gets delivered is what
counts. Excuses don't pay bills. We know in order
for you to deliver your product correctly, we must
deliver correctly to you. We keep rock solid deadlines
that you can count on.
this completes my long-winded account of our mission
statement. Id love to hear your thoughts on these
Template Services, Inc.
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