Machines that meet global standards
Machines that meet global standards

You need the right systems and support in place. Building machines that meet global standards using a single platform, and worldwide, world-class support give you the tools you need to stay ahead.

Gain the competitive advantage and keep track of fast-evolving technology
Gain the competitive advantage and keep track of fast-evolving technology

To effectively compete in the global marketplace, OEM’s need to maximise performance and define value beyond the cost of machines.

Discover how you can upgrade your control and safety systems without any loss of production
Discover how you can upgrade your control and safety systems without any loss of production

Paul Rushton, CEO of commissioning and start-up company, Magma Products, describes how we delivered online changeover of a control system, upgrading control and safety systems without loss of production.

Building a new machine or upgrading an existing machine? We can help with a Risk Assessment
Building a new machine or upgrading an existing machine? We can help with a Risk Assessment

Ensure you comply with machine Safety Standards to reduce the risk of Injuries and improve productivity.

Simplified machine design, control and integration, without sacrificing quality
Simplified machine design, control and integration, without sacrificing quality

Alabama-based machine builder PAI needed to develop a fast, flexible, tender diverter-based palletiser that could sort and pack bottles at high speeds.

Find out how to maximise your assets with the rising global demand for energy
Find out how to maximise your assets with the rising global demand for energy

With increased demand and competition, it's vital to maximise uptime, increase recovery and drive innovation. We can help.

Automakers need to gain speed in their operations to remain competitive
Automakers need to gain speed in their operations to remain competitive

According to IHS Automotive, more than 80 million light vehicles were produced globally in 2012. That marked the first time production ever exceeded 80 million.

Downtime increased by average of 65% during 2010 to 2012
Downtime increased by average of 65% during 2010 to 2012

The impact of downtime now more painful than ever and problems no longer isolated to a single machine. The dollar signs will be adding up whilst you are trying to figure out a fix. What if you could get back up and running, faster and easier?

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