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About ESP

ESP International has been serving the OEM market for over 40 years. ESP is a global and domestic supply chain specialist for seals, rubber products, plastics, cast and forged metal product.

ESP has successfully developed in-house engineering that helps design seal applications, metal castings and forgings, and also provides value-added assembly
 – more... and inventory management programs. After working with customers on design, ESP then uses its qualified domestic and global sources to find the best cost manufacturer of the component. Components include die, investment and sand casting, forgings, machined components, subassembly, oil seals, seal kits, o-rings, molded rubber and specialty gasketing. ESP can then provide any necessary sub assembly or add the components to a highly automated inventory management program.

ESP has facilities, employees and qualified sources around the globe and we can pick the best cost model for our customers of all sizes. With ESP’s resources, customers of all sizes and capabilities can plug into ESP and gain an engineering and global platform or enhance their current model.

ESP continues to increase the value added to our customers with successfully implemented engineering services, assembly services, assembly fixtures, kitting, global supplier, qualification, vendor optimization and the technology to efficiently provide the services.

Quality control is a vital part of ESP; a very stringent process is in place to qualify our manufacturing partners and processes. We work with manufacturing engineers in the design process and have the capability to test prototype designs and the ability to figure out the best cost solution.

The best way to ensure quality is to have ESP associates on the ground in its overseas locations in China, Taiwan and India. The ESP China facility has 16 supplier quality engineers and managers who were trained in its U.S. facility. The materials lab has equipment to do full measurement, chemical and destructive analysis. – less

ESP Employer Reviews

MANAGER OF NEW CONSTRUCTION (Former Employee), Arlington, TxAugust 28, 2014
Cook (Former Employee), Bartlesville, OKJuly 30, 2014
Outside Sales (Former Employee), Englewood, COJuly 7, 2014
Consultant Engineer (Current Employee), Raleigh, NCJuly 2, 2014
Independent Contractor/File Clerk (Current Employee), 400 S. County Farm Rd. Wheaton IL 60187May 9, 2014

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