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Stephanie Lowney, Commercial Products District Manager

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Working primarily with distributors, Stephanie takes pride in making sure they know products inside and out so they can quickly provide the answers a customer needs. Beyond just sharing news about new product offerings or promotions, Stephanie is just as interested in listening to their suggestions for new products or features.

Having been at Miller just four years, Stephanie points out, “I have such a great support network behind me. If I don’t have the answer to your question, I can call someone who’s been in this field for 25 years and has a solid understanding of exactly what I need to find out. That positive energy comes through. Distributors know that when they’ve got a customer at their counter, they can call Miller, talk to a live person and get an answer right away.”

Dave Almy, Miller Weld Engineer

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

After more than two decades at Miller and countless customers served, Weld Engineer Dave Almy still gets excited about delivering results to his customers. As an expert in welding applications and processes, Dave consults with customers, making recommendations that help them increase weld quality and maximize welding efficiency in the manufacturing flow.

“As a weld engineer, we’re readily available to our customers by phone, and we’ll even go on-site when necessary to get a better understanding of our customer’s environment,” said Almy. “In addition to general welding process and application help, employee turnover is always a critical issue to our customers, and we’re here to help shorten the learning curve through training.”

Dave Johnson, Miller Service Technician

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Dave Johnson is a Miller veteran. He’s been with the company for nearly 34 years, working in various capacities with Miller engine drives, and most recently as a service technician. Dave works alongside customers to make sure they get the right product for their application and to quickly and efficiently handle any issues as they arise.

“One of the great things about working in service here at Miller is the ability to work directly with the customer and do the right thing to get the job done, whether it’s troubleshooting a process or researching a part to go in a 30-year old machine,” said Johnson. “That’s who we are at Miller; it was the culture when I started in 1977 and it’s the culture that still exists today.”