January 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to our January 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to 2016, the year we celebrate our 27th year in business. As we enter the New Year, we take pause once again to acknowledge the faithfulness of our God in preserving us as a business. We recognize that we are only instruments in His hand and that Speed Wrench is only a small part of His Greater Purpose. Knowing what that purpose is, we must daily seek the will of the Almighty to give us direction. We pray for the wisdom to follow where He leads.

We are now settled in after our building expansion last year and have been focused on fine tuning business. We are constantly asking you, our customers, “Where can we improve?” Your feedback is greatly appreciated and is used to bring forward the best products and services possible. Thank you for your continued patronage.

Our project this year is a total upgrade to our point of sale software. In the past four months we have been researching software for the entire company. We have outgrown our old system both in size and diversity and need to upgrade to stay up with ever changing technologies and business opportunities. We are finishing up the vetting process and hope to begin changing things over starting this month. To keep from disrupting daily business, we have decided to phase this program in over the next 6-8 months. We will bring you an update in our July Newsletter.

Thank you & have a blessed New Year,

~ The Management

Nancy Swatt-Since Nancy became an employee of All Phase as an administrative
assistant, her life has been a constant whirlwind of change. In just two months, she not only started her position with us, but also moved from
Traverse City and got married! In her spare time, Nancy enjoys camping and reading, as well as spending time with her 5 children.

Richard W. King – Richard joined our manufacturing division by a recommendation from his father, Richard F. King, who works as a Cylinder Technician in our repair division. Rich Jr. takes part in the areas of assembling, painting and packaging newly manufactured cylinders.

In The Shop

The picture below is of a custom built
power unit we designed and assembled
for the customer. We then went to the
customer’s location and installed the
unit, replacing the lines of the system

Hydraulic Cylinder Reseal

“The Cylinder Manufacturing division continues to
grow. We are shipping more and more units on a
monthly basis and continue to develop new, loyal
customers. We expect to take on much more
business in 2016!” – Steve Gaffin, VP of Cylinder Manufacturing