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Engineering and Servicing Liquid Food Plants

Here Is How We Make It Easier!





Liquid Completes Acquisition
Of Setpoint Industrial 

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Liquid Makes Life Easier
-Thats All We Ask You To Remember 

Your EPC and Production partner.
We help established companies grow, and we help disruptive new firms move far
faster than they could without our support. Our mission is, to make life easier and more
profitable for liquid food manufacturers.

“We make it easier” isn’t just our slogan or tagline; it’s our growth strategy for the coming years. Making it easier decreases stress for customers, meaning they have more time and energy to focus on their own vision and core competencies.

Although we have a long list of delighted customers, we have barely begun to service as many customers as we would like. Our goal is to make it dramatically easier for large scale liquid food manufacturers to produce top-quality products at a healthy profit

That’s how we operate: 100% focused on your needs, and on making your lives easier.


Size Matters

In a B2B setting, the size of your vendors really matter, but not in the way you might imagine.

Big is not necessarily better. Neither is small. It all depends on what you need.

Large, global vendors have thousands of team members. If you need support in 40 countries simultaneously, turn to a global vendor. They can handle massive assignments, especially if the work you need done is fairly standard.

But large vendors don’t tend to be nimble or quick to make decisions. If you need a straight answer in hours rather than weeks, choose a small or medium-sized vendor. The same is true if you require personal attention or a level of support that is truly customized. Smaller vendors have an easier time establishing and maintaining strong relationships.

The trick, of course, is to know what kind of service is most important to you at this point in time. It’s seldom a good idea to ask a vendor to behave differently than their size makes possible.

One last point: for vendors, it’s important to be true to the reality of your situation. If you are small, offer customized service, display agility, and build strong relationships. If you are large, use scale to your customers’ advantage.

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