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Hardy instruments is renamed Hardy Process Solutions

Hardy Instruments, Inc. today announced that it has changed its business name to Hardy Process Solutions.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 06, 2011

Hardy Instruments, Inc. today announced that it has changed its business name to Hardy Process Solutions.

“Hardy has long been known as an instrumentation company. As we’ve evolved over the years, we’ve become more than instrumentation,” said Jim Ephraim, General Manager of Hardy Process Solutions. “Hardy is now positioned to become better connected with our customers by offering complete process measurement solutions that improve productivity and reduce waste. In addition to instrumentation, we also offer application review, system engineering assistance, installation, start up and preventative maintenance. We have changed our name from Hardy Instruments to Hardy Process Solutions to better represent who we are and the services we provide customers,” Ephraim said.

Hardy’s solutions measure, dispense, and feed raw materials, and check finished product. Manufacturers, processors and end users who rely on Hardy find that they are able to reduce their material waste, increase their production capacity and lower their inventory levels allowing them to increase productivity and competitiveness, and accelerate their ROI.

An ISO 9001:2008-certified manufacturer, Hardy Process Solutions has been a leader in weighing solutions for over 90 years and is best known for innovative approaches to precision weighing equipment.

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