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Chuck Banker: Bringing a New Vision for the Future of SCHMIDT

Chuck Banker joined our family at SCHMIDT as President in January of 2017. His previous position was with Illinois Tool Works (ITW), where he managed a portfolio of companies in a variety of business segments including agriculture, pharmaceuticals, logistics and general industrial. He also has extensive international experience, working with companies in North and South America, the … Continue Reading

SCHMIDT Announces Engman-Taylor As New Distributor Partner

Niles, IL – SCHMIDT announced that Engman-Taylor is now a distributor for SCHMIDT’s full line of marking systems in Illinois and Wisconsin. The agreement includes distribution of the Styliner® pin markers both portable and column mounted, the MicroLase® Laser systems, the medical lasers, the portable inkjet coders and all traditional marking equipment in the SCHMIDT … Continue Reading

Dan Williams: Taking our Product Line into the Future

Dan Williams is a Design Engineer for SCHMIDT. His last position was with Comcast, where he worked on the design and costing of fiber optic routes. Looking for a new challenge, he was attracted to our small, fast-growing company. He thought his ideas might be implemented more quickly here, and he knew he could bring … Continue Reading

SCHMIDT Products Help Keep You Safe on a Daily Basis

You probably have never stopped to think about all the ways that SCHMIDT is involved in your day. In fact, if you’re like most people, the thought has never even entered your mind. But it’s true. Parts and devices that are marked by using a wide variety of our systems really do make a lasting … Continue Reading

Trevor Fawbush: Family Man, Visionary, Rugger and Wine Lover

Trevor Fawbush is Vice President of Operations for SCHMIDT. He comes to us from Illinois Tool Works (ITW), where he held a variety of positions including Vice President of Operations and Vice President of North American Service. In many cases, he acted as the corporate troubleshooter, jumping in to fix anything that was broken. It … Continue Reading