Lewis-Goetz Launches Web-Based Tool To Help Identify Cost-Saving Solutions

The new app features case studies from a three-year initiative to document $53 million in savings.

PITTSBURGH  — Lewis-Goetz recently launched its interactive, web-based Case Study Tool that has re-imagined the way its growing customer base can access the company’s cost-saving solutions. The app includes custom solutions that Lewis-Goetz implemented across 14 industries over three years to save its customers more than $53 million.

“With the release of this tool, Lewis-Goetz is not only engaging with our customers, we’re revolutionizing the way they implement solutions in their own operations,” said President and CEO Don Evans.

With the ability to filter case studies by industry, product and/or solution, the new Case Study Tool enables current and potential customers to explore the ways the company identifies a problem, determines a solution and implements a fix in cost-effective ways. The tool filters case studies across 14 industries, including aggregate, aluminum, chemical, food, mining, oil and gas, original equipment manufacturing, package handling, pharmaceutical, power generation, pulp and paper, refining, steel and tire.

In addition to filtering by product category, users can also filter by solutions, including Avoided Downtime, Increased Production, Increased Safety, Innovation, Labor Reduction, Plant Survey, Product Repair, Product Substitution, Reduced Downtime, Testing and Vendor-Managed Inventory.

Lewis-Goetz is part of the ERIKS Group of companies, an industrial process solution provider. ERIKS is No. 15 on Industrial Distribution's 2014 Big 50 List.