MUSCATINE, Iowa–Though new to the Greater Muscatine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, RMH Systems has a long history in both Muscatine and across Iowa. Founded in 1934, RMH Systems first opened its doors in Waukee before adding additional locations across the Midwest, including Kansas, Minnesota, and Nebraska.
Adam Arnett, part of the sales team at the RMH Systems Eastern Iowa, Quad Cities, and Western Illinois Office, describes RMS Systems as: “an industrial equipment and automation company. We design, engineer, integrate, and install equipment systems that help our customers work better, safer, and more efficiently.”
RMH Systems develops customized solutions for manufacturers, warehouses, and other industrial businesses looking to implement new equipment and technologies to improve safety and efficiency. Working with top manufacturers across the country, RMH Systems specializes in a wide variety of automation technologies, including conveyer belts, cranes, packaging equipment, robotic applications, scales, and storage systems. Arnett elaborated: “our extensive relationships help us identify the right solution to fit our customers’ needs. As an integrator, we have the flexibility to implement the best equipment for the application.”
RMH systems will also work to add new elements into your existing equipment. These additions will work harmoniously with your current production lines or other systems, making them function better for all employees.
At all steps of a project, from design to installation to ongoing maintenance, RMH Systems makes sure that the solutions they create for their customers work as smoothly as possible. “There are a lot of great industries, businesses, and hardworking people in the area who need the right equipment to get the job done well–my sales office in Muscatine allows us to provide great customer service to customers.” He encourages interested businesses to call him at 563-232-3743 or email him at [email protected].
This year, RMH Systems joined the greater Muscatine Chamber of Commerce and Industry to help them connect with other area businesses. “I felt it would be a good way to network with other businesses and people in Muscatine,” Arnett explained. “Being a member of the GMCCI benefits our business by helping us get to know the community a little bit better–I think it’s important to grow where you’re planted, and my family is fortunate to live here in Muscatine.”
As a newcomer to Muscatine, Arnett looks forward to building relationships and getting better acquainted with the city himself: “Being fairly new to Muscatine, the people have been very welcoming. There are many bigger-city amenities, but it still has a small-town feel. My fiancé and I have a little daughter, Goldie, who is almost three, and I know Muscatine will be a great place to raise her.”