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InLine Kicks Off Expansion Effort, Changes Name


In alignment with a significant move to expand, InLine Engineers continues to add experienced engineering talent to its staff and is unveiling a new company name that will better convey to the marketplace the company’s core capabilities and expertise. A revamped website is being launched simultaneously, inlineengineers.com.

InLine Engineers says it will continue to strive to provide world-class engineering and project management services that lead to specialized solutions for production, packaging and facility challenges in the food and beverage industry. InLine is adding experienced engineers in all three full-service office locations (Louisville, Atlanta and Cincinnati) to engage new opportunities.

InLine Engineers says it works with its clients’ stakeholders to improve their engineering bench strength when capital projects bring on peak demands for technical evaluation and assistance. With a roster of high-profile clients, including a number of Fortune 200 companies, InLine says it completes multifaceted projects while delivering a high return on investment.

The name change is strictly tied to messaging, according to InLine. Original founders Gregg Coleman, president, and Kevin Reid, VP, will remain in their current roles and there are no financial, accounting, or other structural changes to the organization.


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