R W Mercer Co

By: Bubbajunk.com

R. W. Mercer Company was established in 1960. Robert W. Mercer, their founder, recognized that gas station proprietors had a need for skilled help in maintaining their pumps, lube equipment, vehicle hoists, air compressors, and set about to provide such a service for Michigan's Jackson and Hillsdale County areas. In a very short time the area came to rely on Bob's competence and concern, and he brought his son Kirk into the business to help him. They expanded the company to include wholesale and retail sales, excavation, and installation and service of petroleum equipment, and it became obvious that additional employees were necessary to properly care for the increasing customer base.

The company is includes of highly skilled and dedicated professionals in their fields. Their service technicians are factory-trained by such reputable manufacturers as Gilbarco, Dresser-Wayne, Verifone, Auto-Gas, Veeder-Root, Petro-Vend, and Red Jacket, and have years of experience troubleshooting and repairing fueling systems and electronic equipment of all types. Managers and administrators company-wide support the corporate concept that the R. W. Mercer Company exists and grows because they constantly meet the needs of their customers in providing competent guidance through the myriad of changing rules and regulations, offer merchandise and service of only the highest quality and provide their customers with a professionally built, environmentally safe, on time, aesthetically appealing completed project.

Their customers, by providing the latest technology and expertise to meet future needsproviding practical solutions to problems, providing diversified products and service to meet all needs and providing pricing that is fair. Their employees, by continuous training and education. Their suppliers, by working as a business partner to satisfy the customertreating them in a fair and equitable manner.

The company is dedicated to protecting their employees from immediate physical harm and their goal to eliminate or control both known and potential safety and health hazards which the employees face on the job. In order to accomplish this they must strictly adhere to the guidelines, Safety and health are a shared responsibility, from the top management team to supervisors to each and every worker, take ownership of his/her own safety and that of co-workers, It is everyone's responsibility to locate hazards and either correct them or report them to the proper authority in a timely manner, Where hazards cannot be completely eliminated and they must be reduced through effective engineering.