Channel Partner’s Corner: Hartwig, Inc.

by James Rawstron on June 23, 2017 From Ask The Experts

Founded in 1960, Hartwig, Inc. is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri and serves the aerospace and defense, automotive, construction, farming and agriculture, fluid power, medical, oil and gas, plus the tool and die markets. Now led by the third generation, with Geoff Hartwig at the helm and Greg Hartwig leading business development, the organization continues to honor founder Paul Hartwig’s three pillars for success – Fairness, After-Sales Support and Hard Work. The organization’s commitment to the marketplace is reflected by the personalized support from Hartwig’s 70 plus factory-trained service engineers, 60 service vans stocked with over $825,000 in replacement parts, a dedicated Hartwig technical call center staffed with master technicians, and 24 application engineers for machine selection, turnkeys and manufacturing cell design.

The team at Hartwig sells and utilizes Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence technologies such as ROMER Absolute Arm and Leica Absolute Tracker portable systems, coordinate measurement machines (CMMs) including multisensor and optical systems, shop-floor CMMs, bridge CMMs, and PC-DMIS inspection software. Two specific areas of expertise at Hartwig are engineering and application engineering services. Whether it is a lack of resources, being pressed for time, or a customer that needs another pair of eyes, Hartwig’s engineering services experts have put hundreds of projects to work. Leveraging the Hartwig organization’s deep machine tool knowledge, Hartwig’s application engineering group can be an extension of an in-house engineering team, or a trusted source for resolving specific issues with an existing or newly-developed design. The Hartwig company’s expert application engineers help organizations select the proper machine tools, components, and quality inspection solutions to meet the unique manufacturing needs for each application. These services increase productivity, improve precision, minimize downtime, and improve quality.

Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence is excited to have Hartwig, Inc. as a strategic partner in the central and western regions of North America. Offering a potent combination of sales, engineering and services expertise, Hartwig embodies its motto: Manufacture with Passion. To learn more about Hartwig, check out the company website.

James Rawstron

James Rawstron is a Senior Marketing Specialist at Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence North America, located in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. Rawstron has 20 years of marketing communications experience in the software, high tech, industrial, advanced manufacturing machinery and medical device markets. He has written numerous articles for B2B publications, including blogs for a variety of industries. Prior to joining Hexagon, Rawstron served as a web marketing professional at IBM and a Marketing Manager at Vector Software. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and European History from Union College of Schenectady, New York.