With Ceres’s breadth of experience in the heavy equipment industry, the business is said to be “uniquely qualified to conceptualize, design, and manufacture solutions that deliver competitive advantages for customers.” (Photo: PR Newswire)

Ceres focuses on collaboration, quality, and safety to accomplish its aims

OMAHA, Neb.—The NMC Group of Companies recently announced the launch of Ceres, “an engineering company that is focused on delivering custom, innovative engineering solutions to customers who work within a multitude of industries,” according to a release from Ceres.

The Ceres team includes mechanical, industrial, and electrical certified professional engineers, as well as highly skilled technicians, welders, and fabricators who are reported to have nearly 100 years of combined experience. With the team’s breadth of experience in the heavy equipment industry, the business is said to be “uniquely qualified to conceptualize, design, and manufacture solutions that deliver competitive advantages for customers.”

“Our team’s diverse experience and creative talent enable us to deliver innovative engineering design solutions to many industries,” said Ceres Vice President and General Manager Jared Reinoehl, in the release. “We’re with our customers from concept to completion—and  throughout the entire process, we focus on collaboration, quality, and safety. We love what we do, and we look forward to helping our customers bring ideas to life.”

Ceres specializes in design and engineering that is said to “improve business and make lives better.” The company said that if offers expertise in product development and rapid concept generation; CAD drafting and modeling; system and data analysis; custom controls; and more. Ceres strives to increase productivity, reduce costs, and improve safety for its clients, the company said in the release.

“We like to consider ourselves an extension of our clients’ team,” said Reinoehl, in the release.  “Whether their in-house team is at full capacity or they’re looking for manufacturing and production resources, we’re ready to help.”

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