Case Studies

Marlin Case Studies

For 103 years The Marlin Company has been developing innovative technologies and content for reaching workers.  The world and workplace have changed dramatically over this time.  Now more than ever, visual communications are a powerful tool to engage, educate and inspire employees wherever they work.  Trusted by companies like Waste Management, Hilton, Sysco and Coca Cola, Marlin’s digital signage and unique content keep everyone connected.

The Metropolitan Utilities District of Omaha, Nebraska

Ensuring Reach & Visibility Through Workplace Digital Signage

See how The Metropolitan Utilities District of Omaha, Nebraska, utilized workplace digital signage to unify communication across shifts and locations.

Herr Foods, Inc.

Employee survey reveals winning formula for effective digital signage content

When Herr Foods implemented a company-wide digital signage system, they were confident they had the right technology to reach employees without email. But it was a change in content strategy that really made their workplace digital signage truly engaging. See how they utilized easy digital signage powered by The Marlin Company to enhance their engagement results.

International Paper

Reinforcing ‘Safety First’ Messaging 24/7

The International Paper facility in Sumter, South Carolina, has taken its BBS (Behavior Based Safety) process and 5S methodology to a new level with the use of The Marlin Company’s patented Electronic Communication Station technology. See how they’re reaching and engaging employees at their 24/7 operation and supporting their ‘Safety First’ messaging with this easy visual communication tool.

Hansgrohe, Inc.

When a well-informed, team-oriented workforce is essential

This manufacturer of high-end faucets and bathroom fixtures needed a communication tool that could unify its multi-building campus, reach workers beyond desktops, and overcome a language barrier for their ESL (English as a Second Language) workforce.

Coastal Corrugated, Inc.

Digital Signage Program for State-of-the-Art Facility

Award-winning manufacturer of corrugated packaging deploys digital signage to ensure effective communication in a 24/7 operation. See how their visual communication system plays a big role in promoting their unique company culture in a fast-paced work environment.

Hard Rock Rocksino

Back-of-the-House Hospitality Staff Communication System that Rocks

See how the first-ever Hard Rock Rocksino increased attendance at employee benefits meetings, encouraged employee survey participation, promoted their philanthropic efforts, and much more… all while using a visual communication system that could match the hip vibe at this unique property.

Ascend Performance Materials

Reaching Employees Around the Globe

When Ascend Performance Materials decided to introduce digital signage for employee communication, they had a very clear objective. As a global manufacturer of nylon, plastics and synthetic fibers, they needed to reach all their employees, whether they were in offices, plants or control rooms. They chose The Marlin Company Electronic Communication Station (ECS) because it offered flexibility and ease of use for multiple locations and users.

Bemis Company, Inc.

Reducing Workplace Injuries by More Than 60 Percent

Many things have changed in the 150 years since Judson Bemis launched his textile bag manufacturing business with $2,000 of his own money.  Today Bemis Company, Inc. is a global enterprise, producing advanced flexible packing products and pressure sensitive materials that are light years away from the original sturdy cotton bags that carried milled products.  Yet what has remained consistent throughout is the company's commitment to innovation and its strong focus on workplace safety.

Allied Waste Industries

Sanitation: Creating a safety-focused culture

When you think of business, you don't think of employees being struck by a passing car, pinched between vehicles or crashed into at high-speeds at intersections.  Yet, these are real dangers trash haulers face every day, given that their workplace is on the nation's highways and byways.  In an industry that ranks among the top 10 most dangerous US businesses, Phoenix-based Allied Waste Industries, Inc., its second largest player, set as its goal the dramatic reduction of employee accidents.  Working hard to do just that, the company managed in just two years to reduce its accident rate by 10% through an innovative communications and safety training program. 

Find out why so many companies rely on Marlin digital signage.

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