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Cascade Controls Changes Corporate Identity to Cascade Solutions
Date:8/19/2008

Company seeks to better emphasize its customer-centric business approach.

TINLEY PARK, Ill., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Cascade Controls, Inc., a Chicago-area based process and automation engineering firm with offices in Boston and San Francisco, announced today that the company is changing its corporate identity to Cascade Solutions.

According to John Sever, President of Cascade Solutions, "Throughout our 14 years of serving the needs of some of the top manufacturing companies in the country, our customers have expressed appreciation for the depth of our solutions to their unique process and automation challenges. We felt it was time we changed our name to better reflect our customized solution-based business approach."

Said Sever, "For us, this is much more than just a name change. It is a complete recommitment by our entire staff of professionals to applying our broad process and automation engineer experience and expertise to each customer's specific manufacturing situation. Our goal is to provide a one source, complete solution that's better, smarter and faster than other engineer firms -- even the so-called 'industry giants'."

Cascade Solutions provides expertise in integrated process, electrical and automation engineering as well as data management and IT services for multi-national manufacturing companies. The company generally targets highly regulated process industries that are intensive in their documentation and data requirements, such as life sciences, chemical and specialty chemicals.

Jeff Boesiger, Cascade Solutions' Vice-President of Business Development, stated, "Our engineers' expertise in the Life Science industry can mean an automation solution that's not only unique to the customer's requirements, but will also result in a faster implementation, from design through commissioning. That, of course, means getting the plant on-line quicker."

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