Well, we’re not saying that the average person on the street needs to know a single thing about assembly machines or automated assembling systems. We wouldn’t expect a sidewalk poll to reveal that passersby have any knowledge of high-tech cap lining machinery, cap closers, and again, assembly machines or automated assembling systems. No, the average American has no clue about the technologies, tolerances, manufacturing techniques or anything else about cap lining machines or sophisticated assembly machines – much less super hi-tech automated assembling systems – not a clue. However, if you’re an on the road salesman(let’s call him Joe) for a company that sells assembly machines, Lining Machines, cap closers, automated assembling systems, and all types of industrial equipment – if you’re Joe– you really better know your stuff.
You Just Happen to Be in the Market for Assembly Machines, Automated Assembling Systems, Lining Machines, Cap Closers and More
You instructed your secretary to schedule a 60 minute time slot for Joe because your company is considering a complete retooling of its expansive industrial processing plant. This would mean a substantial investment (order for Joe) that would include state of the art assembly machines, top quality automated assembling systems, cap lining machinery, cap closers, and well, you can pretty much name it. Youre in charge of plant operations, and you know the company’s factory floor like the back of your hand – let’s see if Joe knows what hes talking about when he’s selling assembly machines and all the rest. Remember, Joe’s selling automated assembling systems & Feeder Systems on commission, and a complete retooling of a massive industrial plant would put Joe in a whole new income tax bracket.
The Good and the Bad – Joe’s Breath is Minty Fresh, but, Alas, There’s Also an Unmistakable Hint of Bourbon – His Knowledge of Assembly Machines, Cap Closers, Cap Lining Machines and More is Equally Bad News
Joe is one heck of a sharp dresser – every crease is razor sharp, a tasteful tie and all the rest, but his knowledge of assembly machines was as dull as a butter knife. You explained that your company was looking to make a multi-million dollar investment in automated assembling systems, cap lining machinery, cap closers and so much more. Hearing this news, Joe started to fall apart (mentally) and he had hoped like heck that those breath mints had done their job. When you asked Joe about roller ball tolerances on particular assembly machines, as well as their metallurgical content, all Joe could do was stare blankly into space for about 30 seconds before saying uh, let me look into all that and get back to you. Do you have any other questions’? You had lots of questions about assembly machines, even more about automated assembling systems, cap lining machines, cap closers, etc., but you simply said nope, that pretty much does it. Have a nice day, Joe, and thanks for stopping by.