Corporate Resume of Amerivet Solutions LLC
Federal Contracts Won
Dept. of Interior (Bureau of Reclamation)
Award # W91YTZ10P0609
FedBid Buy# 201936
FedBid Buy# 983232
FedBid Buy# 231147
DLA LAND AND MARITIME SUPPLY CHAIN
DLA AVIATION SUPPLY CHAIN
Prime Contractor Projects
Project dates 1/10 to 6/10
Getinge had power cables that were installed into high heat environments
and experienced problems with power cord damage. They needed a way to
better insulate three wires for each cable. Power cord needed a four
foot long piece of shrink tubing to provide additional insulation over
each wire to provide sufficient insulation before insertion into
cabinet. There was no way to slide the heat shrink over the wire easily.
Amerivet engineered an inexpensive, very quick means to do this. The
shrink tubing was cut to length and fed onto rigid fishtape and a loop
of wax coated cord was tied to the end of the fishtape. The loop was
then hitched to the end of the wire and pulled taught. This allowed the
shrink tube to be easily slid over the wire and shrunk to proper size.
The completed cables then were packaged and sent to Getinge resulting in
a totally satisfied customer.
Ultimately this engineered method replaced the inefficient internal
method previously employed, saving Getinge 100% in labor costs.
L3 COMMUNICATIONS GCS DIVISION
Project dates 6/10 to 6/11
L3 GCS needed a less expensive way to have their BUC and LNB product
lines modified for use in their SatComm radios.
Amerivet took over the purchase, modification, and “Just In Time”
delivery of these products. L3-GCS gave no product procedures, only
verbal instruction. Amerivet promptly created written procedures and
kept on file in a protected electronic document system that only allows
the most recent revision to be used. Amerivet then worked with L3
Purchasing Manager and Amerivet’s vendor to ensure that enough product
was delivered to its Rochester NY facility to be modified so as to meet
L3’s production schedule. The parts were modified according to the now
documented process and all test paperwork was matched to the proper
units and packaging.
As material was needed by L3, Amerivet delivered it on time every time.
L3 was completely satisfied with Amerivet’s performance when surveyed,
acknowledging savings in excess of 15% due to overhead carried by
IEC CABLE DIVISION
Project dates 7/10 to 8/10
IEC had a work overflow situation and needed a local firm to deliver
nearly 2,000 cut and coiled hanks of twin axial cable to spec.
IEC delivered the material on consignment to our warehouse facility.
Amerivet Solutions provided the machinery to measure, cut and coil the
cable down to 30 meter hanks +/- one inch in order to meet mil-spec. The
coils were given a set outer diameter that had to be small enough to fit
the IEC packaging, yet not too small that the cable would be broken
internally. Originally the coils had to be tie wrapped. IEC changed the
requirement to stretch wrap. Amerivet responded quickly and delivered
the product within the time IEC needed it. They were packaged daily and
sent to IEC where they were used for a federal government contract.
Amerivet delivered all shipments to IEC on time, every time. As a result
of this customer satisfaction Amerivet has since acquired add on orders
when IEC needs them.
Project dates 7/11 to present
Sigma needed Tyco tubing cut to a length of 0.16” +/- .02”. No one would
take on the project because the material was easily torn as it passed
through a tube cutting machine. They needed 96,000 pieces over 3 months
for a first run.
Amerivet designed a manual jig that reproduced the parts within spec
with near perfect consistency and less than ½” of scrap at the end of
processing each tube. Each lot of 32,000 pieces were cut and checked for
quality by a micrometer.
Sigma is pleased with the product and is still ordering these parts as
needed. Had this method of tube cutting not been engineered by Amerivet,
Sigma would have had to do it in house at much greater expense and
consigned it to their own production which would have consumed much
needed resources and been of unreasonable cost.
Project dates 7/11
Honeywell needed fast turn time to do precision rework on mil-spec
switches. They needed over 400 parts reworked within a week.
Amerivet reworked the all of the parts on time, after sending a digital
picture of the first piece that was done to the Honeywell Quality
Engineer that was in charge of the project. No defects were found in the
first piece or any subsequent pieces.
Honeywell was not only happy with the quality and turn around time of
the parts, but was pleased with the pricing that they received. They
saved over 50% in house labor cost.
Additional Capabilities of Amerivet Solutions
•Analyze make/buy scenarios to recommend whether or not to produce or
outsource a product for a manufacturer.
•Determine best capital equipment to purchase based on current and
growth need of a manufacturer.
•Educate workers in a factory to be multi-functional for best overall
•Show agility methods to adjust factory size for both surge and drop in
•Balance a factory workforce with temporary, part time, and full time
•Program manage, multifunctional groups to achieve project goals.
•Operate at systems to component level to perform DFM work with
Engineering and Manufacturing.
•Provide product line purchasing channels that are “Best Value” to