MBW, Inc., is proud to announce the launch of its new and identifiable logo. In keeping with the
company’s same innovative and bulletproof construction equipment, this logo represents a future of cutting edge technology. MBW is confident that their “Made in the USA” equipment will
surpass expectations and provide a better job site experience. The company also believes that this new logo embodies that strength the company is known for.
About MBW Inc.
MBW of Slinger, Wisconsin, began operations over 50 years ago with its introduction of a lower maintenance vibratory plate compactor. Today, the company’s product line encompasses a full line of soil compaction products. They also have equipment for mixing, vibrating, screeding, finishing and slip forming of concrete, in addition to a number of specialty products for construction applications. All the company’s products have once mission in mind when designed and manufactured. That mission is to advance the state-of-the-art in product design while providing reliable and reasonable relationships with its customers.
MBW’s passion to innovate may be most readily apparent in its product line. But it’s MBW’s innovative approach to running its business coupled with ongoing investment in engineering, production and data processing technology that has enabled MBW to operate with world class efficiency. MBW’s plant is state-of-the-art. The heart of MBW’s production facility is a battery of CNC metal working machinery. Microsoft Windows XP workstations with SolidWorks software link manufacturing and engineering departments. MBW also utilizes MAPICS XA software on an IBM iSeries for accounting and inventory control which includes an unparalleled MRP (Material Requirements Planning) package. MBW has received national attention in computer industry trade publications as an American manufacturer on the cutting edge of computer related manufacturing methodologies. On the financial front, MBW’s innovative business approach resulted in a national test case which allowed for the application of LIFO inventory valuation methods to a manufacturing environment.