With the merger, Design Group now offers strategic IT consulting and equipment design services in the manufacturing domain, in addition to being a supplier of manufacturing automation and control systems, facility design, process engineering, construction management and regulatory compliance services for the world’s leading companies in life sciences, consumer products and other industrial sectors.

“This merger enables Barry-Wehmiller International to achieve its full potential within the well-established business model of Design Group” commented Barry-Wehmiller CEO Bob Chapman. “This significantly broadens our depth and range of client services by approaching the market as one firm”.

Design Group’s redesigned website, showcases the firm’s innovative ability to provide expanded services for clients, from small engineering initiatives to integrated, multidisciplinary solutions.

Design Group operates from more than 40 global offices in the United States and India, providing engineering and IT consulting for the world’s leading companies through the efforts of 1,400-plus engineering and technical specialists. Design Group professionals have direct industry experience with industrial automation, process engineering, regulatory compliance and systems integration.

Barry-Wehmiller is a diversified global supplier of engineering consulting and manufacturing technology for the packaging, corrugating, sheeting and paper converting industries. The company has become a $2.8 billion organization with 11,000-plus team members.

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