Haskell’s Consumer Packaged Goods team will be on hand at Pack Expo 2021 in Las Vegas to discuss how its thoughtful, collaborative approach to the client experience sets it apart.

September 21, 2021

Meet Haskell at Pack Expo 2021 to Map Your Manufacturing Projects

Haskell provides a single point of contact as its team coordinates the design, procurement, and integration of complex manufacturing solutions.

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This year’s Pack Expo, scheduled for September 27-29 amid the bright lights of Las Vegas, Nevada, will highlight the manufacturing industry’s latest advances in packaging solutions. Not only does the event offer attendees a chance to experience innovative solutions and educational sessions, but it also provides a great time to bring industry leaders and businesses together to prepare for a busy 2022.

Dave Bartels, Vice President of Planning & Development in Haskell’s Consumer Packaged Goods Group, Director of Business Development Jamie Bailey and numerous other Haskell team members will be in attendance to meet with current clients and potential partners and discuss the company’s innovative solutions, project experience and unparalleled customer service. Bartels and Bailey recently discussed what makes Haskell a world-class provider of manufacturing system integration solutions.

Haskell has provided the market with construction and manufacturing solutions since 1965 and is a pioneer and innovator in integrated project delivery. Through organic growth and strategic acquisition, Haskell has assembled an expansive team of Process, Packaging and Material Handling experts who make it a leader in Engineer, Procure, Construct (EPC) delivery. With every engineering discipline under one roof, Bailey said, Haskell provides a single point of contact as its team coordinates the design, procurement, and integration of complex manufacturing projects.

When it comes to packaging specifically, Haskell has cultivated relationships with numerous equipment vendors, enabling it to procure the best-suited and highest-quality equipment quickly.

Bartels said Haskell’s thoughtful and collaborative approach to the client experience sets it apart.

“We start with a really broad funnel of asking questions and really trying to set the vision for what the client is looking for, and then go through the steps methodically to provide the best end result,” he said.

With sustainable solutions and LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification becoming a more prominent request from clients, Haskell designs facilities with those specifications in mind.

“As a company, our approach is to always look for ways to incorporate sustainable design that benefits our clients,” Bailey said. “It’s up to the client to choose if they want to apply for LEED® certification, of course, but we believe it’s a best practice to present them with sustainable options that can reduce some of their energy costs and meet or exceed environmental requirements.”

So, what can you expect from Haskell for your project? A 100% client-focused experience.

“I like to aspire to have our teams give our clients a hometown approach with a personal touch,” Bartels said. “We’re a billion-dollar company, but we want to be the guys you know and trust from next door, the partners that are part of their community, true technical and operational solution providers.”

Ultimately, Bailey said, Haskell’s dedication to making the client’s goals its own and providing certainty of outcome on every project make the difference.

“What it comes down to is, can you work with that person? Or those individuals?” he said. “You’re not buying a company – you’re buying the individuals that you’re going to go execute a project with. So, to me, the No. 1 thing I want our clients to know about our company is our culture: Team, Excellent Service and Trust. Literally everything that we do is driven by those values.”

Set up a meeting with our team at Pack Expo and explore how Haskell provides superior solutions for manufacturing system integration challenges.

Haskell delivers more than $1 billion annually in Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC) and Consulting solutions to assure certainty of outcome for complex capital projects worldwide. Haskell is a global, fully integrated, single-source design-build and EPC firm with over 1,800 highly specialized, in-house design, construction and administrative professionals across industrial and commercial markets. With 20+ office locations around the globe, Haskell is a trusted partner for global and emerging clients.

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