BATON ROUGE, La. – Rex Industrial LLC, (Rex), a technology company at the forefront of software development, has introduced an innovative system known as Engineering CommerceTM. It is a fully integrated system that supplies engineered products and services, used to deliver industrial structures on-demand.
Used by industrial facility owners, operators, consultants and contractors, the database-driven system streamlines efforts from design through to delivery. Companies are now able to customize and purchase multiple types of structures and associated foundations online. Design information is entered into online templates and once approved, a customized structure is delivered on location for installation. To ensure quality, each purchase comes with an engineered sealed document. View the video tutorials at www.rexindustrial.com.
Allan Martin, operations manager, Rex, said, “In the past, acquiring engineered structures was an expensive and lengthy process that required the co-ordination of multiple contractors. The Rex Engineering Commerce system strategically aligns activities to reduce price and lead-time by 50%. The process of designing, engineering, estimating, bidding and procuring has been simplified into a simple ‘bought item’ transaction.”
Joe Miller, senior advisor, Rex, said, “Our mission is to ensure our customer receives a quality product, in a timely manner that is cost-effective, with the convenience of today’s advanced technology.”
About Rex Industrial
Rex Industrial, LLC (Rex) is a technology company that integrates all activities required to deliver industrial structures with an emphasis on standardization and convenience. With strong fabrication partnerships, Rex is positioned to deliver multiple types of structures on-demand and hassle free. With 90 years of combined experience, the ownership team includes Allan Martin, Trey Miller, Mike Tate, and Joe Miller. Visit www.rexindustrial.com.
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