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Heavy manufacturing OEMs and suppliers have long recognized EWI as the leading authority in North America on materials joining and applied technologies. Our engineers continue to push the envelope on applied innovation, helping transportation manufacturers meet rising demands for stronger, lighter materials, increased safety, lower fuel emissions, higher productivity, and reduced costs through innovative materials and joining solutions.

EWI’s extensive work with next-generation high strength steels (AHSS), advanced nondestructive evaluation (NDE), advanced welding and joining technologies, modeling and simulation, emerging heavy fabrication technologies, and many more innovative technologies gives our heavy manufacturing customers an upper hand in today’s fiercely competitive market.

To learn more about EWI’s experience helping OEMs and suppliers in the heavy manufacturing industry use technology innovation to become more competitive, contact Aaron Haines, Market Segment Manager, at ahaines@ewi.org or 614.688.5146.

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