Eufaula, Alabama (July 7, 2020) —  Johnson Outdoors, Inc., A fully integrated High Technology Manufacturing, Assembly, and shipping facility has recently installed the Nordson DAGE Assure X-ray component counter in their Humminbird Complex in Eufaula.

Humminbird maintains a state of the art manufacturing facility, with world class capabilities, focusing on Printed Circuit Board Manufacture and Assembly, Mechanical Assembly, and Supplier partnerships for critical assemblies and parts.

“Having an accurate and reliable component inventory management system as part of our SMD production enables us to quickly, and easily perform cycle counts and enables us to increase productivity, minimize component errors, and shortages” stated Peter J. Walker, Production Engineering Manager for Johnson Outdoors. “More critically, having the peace of mind that we get from minimizing stock, labor, and errors ensures confidence and trust for every job. Assure provides a smooth, reliable, and cost effective model for managing our component inventory”.

Inventory knowledge is essential for modern industry. Whether you are a SMT manufacturer, supplier or broker, live assurance of correct inventory in your MRP system at all times minimizes stock, labor, errors and costs ensuring customer confidence and trust. Keep your SMT lines running.

Assure is the fastest, simplest and most reliable way to implement live component inventory management into your organization. Intelligent, simple, fast, and trustworthy, Assure enables you to increase productivity and minimize component shortage downtime.

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“We are adventurers and doers. We don’t just make amazing camping equipment, trolling motors, fishfinders, scuba gear, and watercraft, we also use them. Most of our employees, from board members to builders, are enthusiastic outdoorsmen and women who passionately pursue the get-out-there lifestyle that Johnson Outdoors has always inspired”.

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