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In an effort to raise road safety, a new prototype for an airless tire was produced by Michelin, an automotive tire company in partnership with General Motors.

The prototype, called Uptis needs to be tested and approved before they become commercially available.  We expect to see them on models in 2024 at the earliest.  The partnership has plans to test the Uptis in Michigan on the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle within the year.

The Uptis prototype was created with two main objectives in mind. The first was to give the drivers of the road another layer of safety by eradicating the chance of flat tires or blowouts. The second was to reduce environmental harm by limiting the need for replacement or spare tires.

Uptis was first revealed in 2017 as Vision. The project hoped to develop the mobility of the future that would incorporate features like airless, 3D printed and renewable or bio sourced materials 

According to Michelin, the airless tires can work with all types of vehicles from autonomous self driving cars to all electric cars and many other applications.

The composite material that the tires are made of and the architecture removes the need for compressed air so the tires have an almost non-existent level of maintenance. There are around 200 million tires that are thrown away annually due to flat tires or penetrations from road hazards. Uptis removes the need to replace these 200 million tires, helping the environment by saving the raw materials used to make spare tires.


Economy, Industry

The manufacturing industry business conditions continue to improve and the outlook remains positive. US Manufacturing reports from March show increased factory activity for the fifth straight month with factories expanding despite a strong U.S. dollar, which makes American products more expensive in overseas markets. They also have recovered from big cutbacks in the energy industry, which reflected low oil prices. Factory orders were up 5.5 percent from a year ago  with total shipments of manufactured goods increased 0.2 percent after surging 2.5 percent in December.  Manufacturing, which accounts for about 12 percent of the U.S. economy, is regaining its footing after being buffeted by lower oil prices and a strong dollar. The truly successful companies know that to be successful, outsourcing deployments require finding the right partner. Enser’s extensive experience as a leading engineering services company uniquely positions us to provide the best and most cost-effective solutions. ENSER can provide integrated solutions from the best tooling solutions and custom developed equipment & machines, to test and measurement devices, to prototyping, component and part fabrication, we deliver cost effective solutions reliably.

Custom Machine, Tooling and Build Services
  • Enser brings leading reliability in both Custom Design and Build to Print services to increased factory activity.
  • From our experience we have developed a completely USA based fabrication program that takes the unknown out of off-shore manufacturing.
  • Using our Quality Process to increase factory activity that has been developed over the past 70 years, we enable our customers to meet their “time to market schedules” 
  • We utilize local staff to provide a constant interface to our clients and ensure our manufacturing and quality team clearly understands the requirements and scope of the engagement.

Services offered out of our Engineering and Technology Development Centers include:
    • Systems Engineering
    • Design validation
      Systems Integration
    • Software & Controls Development
    • Prototyping
    • Fabrication
    • Tooling and Fixtures
    • Test Systems
    • System test and Debug

    • From the Engineering and Design of your product to the manufacturing, tooling and testing, to supporting your process engineering, Enser can deliver superior cutting-edge solutions to increased factory activity. Since 1947, Enser’s reputation has been built on the quality of service and firmly believe long-term customer satisfaction is the cornerstone of our success. Call us today (877) 367-3770 to schedule a visit to discuss the options available for your specific needs.


Chances are you have identified a process or system that is preventing you to increase efficiency, causing delayed projects and reduced productivity. But what do you do? Who do you call to help you solve a complex engineering problem while increasing productivity and profitability? Our client had a unique need for a next generation testing system to test multiple hoist units (of various types and specifications) with minimum change over. This requirement presented a remarkable challenge that just added to each project’s timeline and budget. ENSER Corp’s engineering team implemented design solutions for the Universal Automatic Test System (UATS) capable of testing the functionality across 38 different configurations. The test devices contain an automatic unit identification and universal loading system, control software with embedded acceptance procedures and operational safety limits.


Press Releases
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Cinnaminson, NJ January 4, 2013 – ENSER Corporation, a 65-year-old engineering services company, is proud to announce that CDT, a Platinum Value Added Reseller of PTC® has acquired ENSER’s PTC (Nasdaq: PMTC), the Product Development Company, Value Added Reseller (VAR) for MCAD/Windchill sales, training and services business.

This acquisition allows CDT to more effectively service ENSER’s existing PTC customers, while ENSER continues its focus on the Engineering Services market by providing engineering, staffing and fabrication services. The synergy of the two companies offers to the PTC engineering community a strong, stable relationship built upon both company’s reputations for stellar client service.

“We are very excited the acquisition,” said TJ Dial, Director-CDT. “They have a proven track record of offering premium engineering services and PTC products to enable clients to meet their product development goals. This acquisition will be a key driver of our growth path to representing PTC across the United States and offering best-fit solutions to our esteemed clients.”

“This acquisition enables ENSER to re-invest in its core engineering and contract staffing divisions,” explained Marco Arnone, President, ENSER Corporation. “With more and more of our clients bringing back to United States, or “re-shoring,” their engineering and design, we look forward to building ENSER into one of the premier engineering services companies in the country.”

CDT was acquired in February 2012 by Barry-Wehmiller Companies, Inc., a $1.6 billion diversified global supplier of manufacturing technology and services across a broad spectrum of industries. This merger makes CDT the largest company in the PTC Reseller Channel with expanded capabilities to offer world-class engineering and enterprise solutions. By leveraging the vast resources of the Barry-Wehmiller family of companies, CDT is now positioned to offer clients comprehensive solutions to increase productivity, reduce costs, and improve ‘time-to-market.’

“The acquisition reiterates the strong foundation in engineering and manufacturing that Barry-Wehmiller and ENSER share,” explained Jim Webb, VP of PTC Product Group and PLM for Barry-Wehmiller International Resources. “In today’s economy, companies are looking to bring efficiencies in their new product design, manufacturing and production through tight integration of their CAD, ERP and PLM systems. Our synergy with ENSER will further strengthen CDT’s expertise to offer comprehensive, cutting edge solutions to engineering and manufacturing clients across diverse industry segments.”


For more than 65 years, ENSER Corporation has been one of the premier providers of engineering and project management solutions offering unparalleled expertise and commitment. ENSER provides support throughout the engineering, design and build cycle. ENSER’s extensive experience as a leading engineering services company uniquely positions them to provide the best and most cost-effective solution. Further information on ENSER is available at

About CDT

CDT provides products and services to meet the rapidly changing landscape of product development, product lifecycle management (PLM), and global project collaboration. As a “total solutions” provider, CDT offers the full-line of PTC software products together with a comprehensive suite of services including implementation, training and core engineering services. CDT is “National Reseller” for PTC spanning the entire United States and with offices globally. CDT has a unique perspective on manufacturing with more than 100 years of manufacturing technology experience from Barry-Wehmiller. For more information, go to

About PTC

PTC (Nasdaq: PMTC) develops, markets, and supports software solutions that help manufacturers win with superior products. PTC is the world’s largest software company with a total commitment to product development. The company services more than 33,000 customers worldwide. Further information on PTC is available at


Press Releases

Enser Corporation, a 59-year-old engineering services company, announced today that it has achieved Platinum Status, the highest level within the PTC Channel Advantage Program. Enser has developed over the last three years to become one of the top East Coast Value Added Reseller (VAR) partners in PTC’s Channel Advantage Program. In addition to selling and servicing PTC MCAD solutions, Enser is one of the few program members to earn the Windchill® Preferred Service Provider status in the country and is certified for Windchill Product Life Cycle sales and implementations.

Cinnaminson, NJ (PRWEB) October 26, 2006 — Enser Corporation, a 59-year-old engineering services company, announced today that it has achieved Platinum Status, the highest level within the PTC Channel Advantage Program. Enser has developed over the last three years to become one of the top East Coast Value Added Reseller (VAR) partners in PTC’s Channel Advantage Program. In addition to selling and servicing PTC MCAD solutions, Enser is one of the few program members to earn the Windchill® Preferred Service Provider status in the country and is certified for Windchill Product Life Cycle sales and implementations.

Enser maintains an ongoing commitment to ensure their clients’ investment in PTC solutions delivers value today and into the future. Enser provides practical knowledge, as well as advanced applications gained from 15 years of “hands on” experience with the entire PTC Pro/ENGINEER® and Windchill suite of solutions and services. The companies’ total solutions approach extends beyond the software sales and customer implementation cycle. As the largest VAR User of Pro/ENGINEER and Windchill with more than 42 seats, Enser is recognized as an industry leader in product knowledge, expertise and understanding of the technology to provide the right solution to its customers.

“Enser has continued to make great investments into the PTC Channel Advantage program and customer community. They have attained the highest status within the program and have proven their expertise around the complete PTC Product Development System,” said Corey Pratte, director, channel programs and development, PTC.

“ENSER is proud to achieve this Platinum Status in the PTC Channel Advantage Program,” said Marco Arnone, executive vice president and general manager, Enser Corporation. “Today’s announcement confirms our dedication and commitment to PTC’s product development system vision and technology solutions and to delivering value to our clients to ensure their continued success as we expand our business.”


Since 1947, ENSER has offered its clients unparalleled expertise, service, and commitment in engineering services. During the past 59 years, ENSER has evolved into a first class engineering services company and PTC Platinum Authorized Reseller, providing the complete engineering solution; from CAD/CAM/CAE to engineering and product design to manufacturing and tooling: a complete turnkey solution. With our resources and experience, ENSER will provide the product development support you need throughout the engineering, design, and documentation cycle.

Further information on ENSER is available at


Press Releases
Business News New Jersey reprinted from August 9, 1999 – New Jersey’s Finest – Enser Engineers a solid future

At a time when companies are dreaming of growing big overnight, Cinnaminson-based Enser is content with taking small strides. “We want to remain a mid-sized company. Our strategy is to keep the company growing year by year,” says Marco A. Arnone, general manager of Enser, a company that provides engineering services.

In this fast-paced, high-tech world, that approach, to some, would seem to lack ambition. But to Arnone it makes perfect business sense. “The bigger you get, the more are the headaches,” he says.

Enser’s services include finite element analysis, engineering design, turnkey and contract staffing. Revenues and the number
of employees have risen from $3.59 million and 70 employees in 1996 to $6.07 million and 97 employees in 1998. For 1999, Arnone expects a 10% growth in revenue and a 20% increase for the next fiscal year. In the last 52 years, Enser has expanded from its headquarters, opening offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and Orlando, Florida. Last year, the company expanded by adding 8,000 square feet, including a machine shop, at its Cinnaminson facility.

Enser was founded in 1947 as a tool and design company operating out of Philadelphia, designing jigs, fixtures, gauges, dyes and special machines. The company was bought in 1963 by Mario Arnone, 65, the current president, and Dave Hare, former partner, for $5,000 each. At that time, the company had just five employees with revenues of $70,000. In 1972, it moved to Cinnaminson.

Today, Mario Arnone is gradually giving up control of the employee-owned business in which the Arnones own a majority stake. The next generation has already moved into place. Apart from Marco, Mario’s other son, Robert, is Enser’s vice president.

Over the years the company has learned several valuable lessons, says Arnone. In the 1970s, Enser’s biggest client was the Westinghouse Electric office in Lester, Pennsylvania. By the late 1970s, Westinghouse announced its decision to pack up and relocate to Charlotte and Orlando. “We were caught by surprise and started to scramble for clients. While the Westinghouse experience taught us our biggest lesson, it also had its own advantages. When Westinghouse closed the Pennsylvania facility, they also wanted us to move with them. That’s how we opened an office in Orlando and Charlotte,” says Arnone.

The company no longer relies on just one client. Its customers now include Du Pont, Ford and Tyco SSI. This apart, Enser also enjoys OEM (original equipment man- ufacturers) status with 10 companies and is now looking to tap government jobs as well.

Referring to the challenges facing companies like Enser, Arnone says his industry is the first to feel the effects of an economic boom or bust. When there is an economic slowdown, clients are reluctant to spend money. They cut down on projects and also reduce staff. “We saw such a situation in the late 1980s and early the 1990s when the buzzwords in the industry were downsizing and outsourcing. And, that’s the way it is even now. Most companies don’t want a big staff and are outsourcing work. This keeps payroll costs down and also saves them the trouble of hiring, laying off, and then rehiring employees,” he adds.

Enser, too, believes in recruiting just the right number of employees. Most of its staff works overtime. “When business is slow, we cut overtime. That saves a lot of pain in terms of laying off staff,” adds Arnone.

Enser’s competitive edge lies in its technology, he points out. “We are constantly investing in technology. Right now the top software package in the engineering industry is Pro-Engineer. We have 35 licenses of this CAD software package. We have also been investing in hardware and communications devices. This allows us to send and receive information no matter where our clients are located,” says Arnone.

Another advantage is the company’s machine shop, which opened last year, where it designs and fabricates prototypes. It has been Enser’s biggest investment so far, claims Arnone, adding: “A typical machine shop like this could cost over $100,000. Having a machine shop works to our benefit as we are now able to get those jobs that earlier went to competitors because we were unable to do turnkey projects—from engineering and designing to the manufacturing and testing of the product.”

The Company’s Commitment to its customers is confirmed by Glenn E. Miller, manager for mechanical engineering at El DuPont of Wilmington, Delaware. “Enser does a fantastic job of providing engineering work. We have been going to them since 1985 and have been giving them more and more work. Not only is the staff cooperative, but the company also has the latest in terms of three-dimensional computerized engineering design. We will definitely recommend it to others. It’s a good place for engineers to start a career” And Mario, would undoubtably agree, for it to flourish.


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