At R.A.S. TEQ, we're more than just consultants with experience in the heavy equipment manufacturing industry. We're doers, implementers and problem-solvers who roll up our sleeves and get our hands dirty providing solutions to all sorts of manufacturing challenges.

Our experienced team includes a wealth of knowledge gained from decades of experience working for companies like Case New Holland and Agco. That means that our engineers, technicians and designers are uniquely able to bridge the gap between manufacturers and suppliers, manufacturers and their dealers, as well as manufacturers and their end customers.

Since its founding in 2007 by Randy A. Saylor, an executive at Case New Holland, R.A.S. TEQ has provided Research, Analysis and Solutions for all types of manufacturers. Currently, many top heavy equipment brands rely on R.A.S TEQ to solve problems quickly and help them save money.


At R.A.S TEQ, we act as an independent voice when it comes to researching manufacturing issues. We use our experience to identify and isolate problems that can occur during the product design and manufacturing process that might otherwise be obscured by unrelated factors. We know the right questions to ask, and where to look for data that can help to unwind complex issues.


Our team knows how to think like a manufacturer, a supplier as well as an end user. That means that we can provide the kind of unique outside perspective that sometimes gets lost in the day-to-day hustle that most manufacturers face. By analyzing the root cause of problems, we can recommend cost-effective, powerful solutions and greatly impact your bottom line.


We love to travel out into the field with our clients in order to help implement our recommendations. Whether its collaborating on-site with a supplier to solve a problem, managing a complex product roll-out and training event, or spending time on a factory line to observe and analyze, the R.A.S TEQ team can be counted on to help.

We even send our service technicians out into the field, literally, to help support the annual harvest in the American mid-west. In fact, there's nothing we won't do to help our clients solve a problem.