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  ETTER has a very large announcement to make! After finding our groove in the Engineered Products and Industrial Markets, we have decided to pursue our true passion as vinters. You can purchase this special launch edition of Cabernet Sauvignon, our ” Controlworx Cab”. This variety has hints of dark chocolate, cherries, and licorice. You can purchase our Cab here: //www.etterengineering.com/product/controlworx/.                       Just Kidding. April Fools!!!!!!   Contact Us

New Jersey School Buildings & Grounds Association

Our VP of Sales & Marketing, Paul, and our Strategic Account Manager, Daryl, spent Monday and Tuesday at the Waterfront Conference Center in Atlantic City, NJ, presenting at the New Jersey School Buildings & Grounds Association. Below are photos from their trip! Our Booth Our Information on Safetyworx   Daryl Presenting Safetyworx Paul and Daryl at the Booth Contact Us

ETTER Employee Spotlight: Michelle Plourd

Introducing our new Quality Control Technician, Michelle Plourd, who started on Monday! Below are questions we asked to find out more about Michelle!   What are you passionate about? Baking; I made my sister’s wedding cake! What do you like about Quality Control? I am detail oriented and I like making sure that everything is precise and in place. When you were growing up, what did you want to be? An Engineer. Who is your favorite historical figure? Abraham Lincoln. If you could live anywhere, where would it be? Hawaii. What is the weirdest thing that ever happened to you? I got braces. Do you have a favorite holiday memory? Baking cookies with my sister. What is the coolest animal? I ride horses. What is…

ETTER Spotlight: Andrea Wright!

    Andrea is a Junior Mechanical Engineer who has been with ETTER for nine months. This interview highlights that today is “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” and it is the middle of “National Engineering Week.” Below are some questions we asked Andrea to find out more about her!   Why did you want to be an Engineer? When I was a child I had an invention book, and I would write down my invention ideas and I wanted to know how things worked and know how the world works; plus I really like math.  What is you favorite thing about being an Engineer? Coming up with solutions to problems and testing them out. Did being a female Mechanical Engineering Major ever affect your studies…

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