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Employee ownership helps boost sales at ESE

7:35 PM, Jul. 20, 2013
Hardware for a process controls system sits ready to be worked on at ESE Inc. in Marshfield on Wednesday.
Hardware for a process controls system sits ready to be worked on at ESE Inc. in Marshfield on Wednesday.
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Marshfield-based ESE Inc. has experienced growth and success since opening its doors in 1981, but the first half of 2013 has been especially prosperous thanks in part to a new employee ownership model, ESE president Tom Walther said.

ESE develops plant automation systems for the food, beverage and dairy industries. The systems allow users to control production in the plants and optimize production through touch-screen control and analytical software, said Kevin Nowack, director of sales operations for ESE.

ESE transitioned to complete employee ownership in January, and Walther said ...

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