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Zamm provided a great design based on our company brief. He was very flexible when it came to finalizing the design and providing alternate color palates to evaluate. He listened to our requests throughout the contest period and during finalization. His turnaround on changes was timely and spot on.
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Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a steel fabrication and machining job shop that provides high quality parts for use in a variety of industries including defense, power generation, oil & gas and OEM's. Most of our fabrications are ultimately used by the U.S. Navy predominantly on various submarine and aircraft carrier programs. Our target audience is large but would consist of shipyards, large defense contractors, and OEM's across a variety of industries. If we had to choose two words to showcase our products they would be welding and quality. Our website http://www.butler-weldments.com would be a good reference even though we will update the website once we create our new logo and branding.
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I would like to showcase that we produce large parts for the U.S. Navy Submarine and Aircraft Carrier programs. We value our opportunity to provide high quality and reliable parts that our U.S. military can depend on to function as intended every time. Quality Safety and Integrity are very important parts of our culture. Our core competencies are in both welding and non destructive testing. The attached file shows the results of our latest strategic planning session and highlights what we feel are our core values....the first page being the one we really all felt hit the mark with appearance and content.