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Promac announces key ‘Vitrum agreements’

Promac Group has unveiled four new supply agreements, in addition announcing a series of new strategic associations agreed at Vitrum 2019.

Held at the beginning of October, the glass machinery expo, attracted exhibitors, IGU manufacturers and glass processors from around the world.

Promac Group said that following this year’s show it was able to announce a series of new supply agreements with key innovators including automatic digital printing specialist, Tec Glass and glass cutting experts Turomas who manufacture a full range of glass cutting tables and automatic loading systems.

It also said that it had agreed terms with OM Mistrello, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of glass handling and logistic systems, plus GMR (Glass Machinery Re-conditioners) a global distributor of used equipment.

Joe Hague, Managing Director, Promac Group, said the UK’s largest independent machinery specialist, had also put in place new strategic associations with other UK independents, including Flat Glass Solutions; Kall Kwik; and PAL Machinery.

He added that Forel, which attended this year’s event with one of the single largest footprints, had also reported a high degree of interest in its high tech Jumbo IGU line, best-selling vertical processing line and automatic sorting systems.

“Forel was at Vitrum in force with the largest most innovative machinery display platform by a margin”, he said. “Although UK and Irish customers were down on previous years, It was clear that those who had made the trip to Milan were focused on specific projects”.

“We were also able to come home with new partnerships with some highly innovative manufacturers, including Tec Glass, Turomas, and OM Mistrello.

“We have also expanded our reach through a new partnership with GMR; and here in the UK through new strategic partnerships with Flat Glass Solutions, Kall Kwik and PAL.”

Joe said that strategic alliances with other likeminded UK based machinery and service providers represented a key element of Promac’s forward thinking, continuing to build service excellence whilst improving choice will benefit our new and or our existing mutual customers.

This includes expanding different skill sets as well as increasing enhanced engineering and support services that meet and surpass customer expectation.

“Promac is 40 years old and we have a proud reputation for innovation and leadership, the need to constantly evolve to meet the changing requirements of our market have never been so important,” Joe said.

“Invariably Brexit continues to have an impact especially when you consider our business model, If the industry has to change as a result of it then we need to be fit-for-purpose to meet the challenge in the same way as everyone else does.

“I believe continuity and stability is key and that’s why we are making the strategic improvements now, reacting to an unknown variable is not an option and we are putting in place contingencies to manage accordingly.”

Separately, he added it was more vital than ever that manufacturers continued to invest in automation to head off the obvious rising costs and skills shortage.

“There wasn’t an owner, director or senior manager I met at this year’s event, who isn’t concerned about recruitment and retention of skilled staff making automated solutions a firm consideration”.

“Expanding our model to provide more skilled support staff as efficiently and effectively as possible through mutual cooperation will deliver our customers resource that otherwise might be difficult to supply”.

“Guaranteeing the success of your customer is crucial for any supplier but we are equipped and prepared for future challenges in every area of our businesses which will make the tangible difference now”.

Energy Saving Glass and Mappi: gearing up for growth

Markets change, companies grow, and more and more often the solution to be competitive is to increase the number of machines

Important investments, like increasing the number of machines, must be planned taking into account not only the cost, but also the advantages in terms of quality, price, productivity and reliability. This was the choice Energy Saving Glass faced by having to respond to the growing demand for tempered glass.

Energy Saving Glass is a family-owned double-glazing manufacturer that supplies to both the public and trade. Alex Walker, Director, said, “The demand for toughened glass has grown and grown to be a staple of what we do. The investment in the furnace gives us control of supply in terms of both quality and cost.”

The tempering oven is a new Mappi ATS Eco 4.0 Furnace, which is key in delivering Energy Saving Glass new tempering and toughening capability. We chose the ATS 4.0 because it was developed to offer reduced cycle times and increased productivity and efficiency, through a series of exclusive innovations.”

The ATS 4.0 reaches tempering temperatures within an hour and includes the Mappi Multizone Heating System, which exploits a network of electronically controlled sensors to apply constant and highly concentrated heat only where glass is detected. Energy consumption is reduced through its Energy Saving System, which uses a computerized ventilation system to optimize fuel consumption.

This is further enhanced using a technically advanced 350mm insulation. The ATS Eco 4.0 also uses a patented roller mechanism, which synchronizes the movement of ceramic rollers providing perfect glass flow without the requirement for use of sulphur dioxide in the heating process. A smart cooling system also introduces more precision to the cooling process, reducing iridescence.

Each production cycle is automatically recorded and stored providing an automatic report simplifying the CE Marking compliance process.

“We would like to thank Joe Hague from Promac for his valuable support in choosing the best furnace configuration. We have chosen Mappi not only for us but for our customers too, because it secures our reputation in terms of quality, reliability and innovation. This is a major benefit for our customers” concluded Alex.

Energy Saving Glass and Mappi: gearing up for growth

Markets change, companies grow, and more and more often the solution to be competitive is to increase the number of machines

Important investments, like increasing the number of machines, must be planned taking into account not only the cost, but also the advantages in terms of quality, price, productivity and reliability. This was the choice Energy Saving Glass faced by having to respond to the growing demand for tempered glass.

Energy Saving Glass is a family-owned double-glazing manufacturer that supplies to both the public and trade. Alex Walker, Director, said, “The demand for toughened glass has grown and grown to be a staple of what we do. The investment in the furnace gives us control of supply in terms of both quality and cost.”

The tempering oven is a new Mappi ATS Eco 4.0 Furnace, which is key in delivering Energy Saving Glass new tempering and toughening capability. We chose the ATS 4.0 because it was developed to offer reduced cycle times and increased productivity and efficiency, through a series of exclusive innovations.”

The ATS 4.0 reaches tempering temperatures within an hour and includes the Mappi Multizone Heating System, which exploits a network of electronically controlled sensors to apply constant and highly concentrated heat only where glass is detected. Energy consumption is reduced through its Energy Saving System, which uses a computerized ventilation system to optimize fuel consumption.

This is further enhanced using a technically advanced 350mm insulation. The ATS Eco 4.0 also uses a patented roller mechanism, which synchronizes the movement of ceramic rollers providing perfect glass flow without the requirement for use of sulphur dioxide in the heating process. A smart cooling system also introduces more precision to the cooling process, reducing iridescence.

Each production cycle is automatically recorded and stored providing an automatic report simplifying the CE Marking compliance process.

“We would like to thank Joe Hague from Promac for his valuable support in choosing the best furnace configuration. We have chosen Mappi not only for us but for our customers too, because it secures our reputation in terms of quality, reliability and innovation. This is a major benefit for our customers” concluded Alex.

Energy Saving Glass and Mappi: gearing up for growth

Markets change, companies grow, and more and more often the solution to be competitive is to increase the number of machines

Important investments, like increasing the number of machines, must be planned taking into account not only the cost, but also the advantages in terms of quality, price, productivity and reliability. This was the choice Energy Saving Glass faced by having to respond to the growing demand for tempered glass.

Energy Saving Glass is a family-owned double-glazing manufacturer that supplies to both the public and trade. Alex Walker, Director, said, “The demand for toughened glass has grown and grown to be a staple of what we do. The investment in the furnace gives us control of supply in terms of both quality and cost.”

The tempering oven is a new Mappi ATS Eco 4.0 Furnace, which is key in delivering Energy Saving Glass new tempering and toughening capability. We chose the ATS 4.0 because it was developed to offer reduced cycle times and increased productivity and efficiency, through a series of exclusive innovations.”

The ATS 4.0 reaches tempering temperatures within an hour and includes the Mappi Multizone Heating System, which exploits a network of electronically controlled sensors to apply constant and highly concentrated heat only where glass is detected. Energy consumption is reduced through its Energy Saving System, which uses a computerized ventilation system to optimize fuel consumption.

This is further enhanced using a technically advanced 350mm insulation. The ATS Eco 4.0 also uses a patented roller mechanism, which synchronizes the movement of ceramic rollers providing perfect glass flow without the requirement for use of sulphur dioxide in the heating process. A smart cooling system also introduces more precision to the cooling process, reducing iridescence.

Each production cycle is automatically recorded and stored providing an automatic report simplifying the CE Marking compliance process.

“We would like to thank Joe Hague from Promac for his valuable support in choosing the best furnace configuration. We have chosen Mappi not only for us but for our customers too, because it secures our reputation in terms of quality, reliability and innovation. This is a major benefit for our customers” concluded Alex.

Energy Saving Glass and Mappi: gearing up for growth

Markets change, companies grow, and more and more often the solution to be competitive is to increase the number of machines

Important investments, like increasing the number of machines, must be planned taking into account not only the cost, but also the advantages in terms of quality, price, productivity and reliability. This was the choice Energy Saving Glass faced by having to respond to the growing demand for tempered glass.

Energy Saving Glass is a family-owned double-glazing manufacturer that supplies to both the public and trade. Alex Walker, Director, said, “The demand for toughened glass has grown and grown to be a staple of what we do. The investment in the furnace gives us control of supply in terms of both quality and cost.”

The tempering oven is a new Mappi ATS Eco 4.0 Furnace, which is key in delivering Energy Saving Glass new tempering and toughening capability. We chose the ATS 4.0 because it was developed to offer reduced cycle times and increased productivity and efficiency, through a series of exclusive innovations.”

The ATS 4.0 reaches tempering temperatures within an hour and includes the Mappi Multizone Heating System, which exploits a network of electronically controlled sensors to apply constant and highly concentrated heat only where glass is detected. Energy consumption is reduced through its Energy Saving System, which uses a computerized ventilation system to optimize fuel consumption.

This is further enhanced using a technically advanced 350mm insulation. The ATS Eco 4.0 also uses a patented roller mechanism, which synchronizes the movement of ceramic rollers providing perfect glass flow without the requirement for use of sulphur dioxide in the heating process. A smart cooling system also introduces more precision to the cooling process, reducing iridescence.

Each production cycle is automatically recorded and stored providing an automatic report simplifying the CE Marking compliance process.

“We would like to thank Joe Hague from Promac for his valuable support in choosing the best furnace configuration. We have chosen Mappi not only for us but for our customers too, because it secures our reputation in terms of quality, reliability and innovation. This is a major benefit for our customers” concluded Alex.

Energy Saving Glass and Mappi: gearing up for growth

Markets change, companies grow, and more and more often the solution to be competitive is to increase the number of machines

Important investments, like increasing the number of machines, must be planned taking into account not only the cost, but also the advantages in terms of quality, price, productivity and reliability. This was the choice Energy Saving Glass faced by having to respond to the growing demand for tempered glass.

Energy Saving Glass is a family-owned double-glazing manufacturer that supplies to both the public and trade. Alex Walker, Director, said, “The demand for toughened glass has grown and grown to be a staple of what we do. The investment in the furnace gives us control of supply in terms of both quality and cost.”

The tempering oven is a new Mappi ATS Eco 4.0 Furnace, which is key in delivering Energy Saving Glass new tempering and toughening capability. We chose the ATS 4.0 because it was developed to offer reduced cycle times and increased productivity and efficiency, through a series of exclusive innovations.”

The ATS 4.0 reaches tempering temperatures within an hour and includes the Mappi Multizone Heating System, which exploits a network of electronically controlled sensors to apply constant and highly concentrated heat only where glass is detected. Energy consumption is reduced through its Energy Saving System, which uses a computerized ventilation system to optimize fuel consumption.

This is further enhanced using a technically advanced 350mm insulation. The ATS Eco 4.0 also uses a patented roller mechanism, which synchronizes the movement of ceramic rollers providing perfect glass flow without the requirement for use of sulphur dioxide in the heating process. A smart cooling system also introduces more precision to the cooling process, reducing iridescence.

Each production cycle is automatically recorded and stored providing an automatic report simplifying the CE Marking compliance process.

“We would like to thank Joe Hague from Promac for his valuable support in choosing the best furnace configuration. We have chosen Mappi not only for us but for our customers too, because it secures our reputation in terms of quality, reliability and innovation. This is a major benefit for our customers” concluded Alex.

FOREL OPENS ITS THIRD PRODUCTION SITE AND ENLARGES THE HEADQUARTERS

3.000 square meters: this is the size of the new plant opened by Forel in Italy.  It is the third one, established to respond to the growing number of orders coming from all over the world.

In addition to the three productive plants in Italy, the company owns commercial branches in Usa and in Russia, and has a salesforce of 25 partner agencies all over the world.

The new plant is located in Venice area and has been inaugurated at the end of 2018. It will be dedicated to the production of machinery for edge processing (edger machines, drilling and milling machines and washing machines) and of sorting systems (integrated solutions for automatically handling and moving the glass sheets inside the production area).

At the same time, the Forel Headquarters in Treviso is being enlarged for other 10.000 square meters, to obtain a bigger production area. The site will be focused on the production of machinery for insulating glass, laminating and vertical cutting.

“The opening of our third plant and the enlargement of the headquarter are consequences of a positive trend” explains Fortunato Vianello, Founder and President of Forel “The market appreciates our products and orders are worldwide growing. Also in a moment when many companies move abroad their production, our choice is to continue offering our customer a technology invented, developed and manufactured in Italy”.

FOREL OPENS ITS THIRD PRODUCTION SITE AND ENLARGES THE HEADQUARTERS

3.000 square meters: this is the size of the new plant opened by Forel in Italy.  It is the third one, established to respond to the growing number of orders coming from all over the world.

In addition to the three productive plants in Italy, the company owns commercial branches in Usa and in Russia, and has a salesforce of 25 partner agencies all over the world.

The new plant is located in Venice area and has been inaugurated at the end of 2018. It will be dedicated to the production of machinery for edge processing (edger machines, drilling and milling machines and washing machines) and of sorting systems (integrated solutions for automatically handling and moving the glass sheets inside the production area).

At the same time, the Forel Headquarters in Treviso is being enlarged for other 10.000 square meters, to obtain a bigger production area. The site will be focused on the production of machinery for insulating glass, laminating and vertical cutting.

“The opening of our third plant and the enlargement of the headquarter are consequences of a positive trend” explains Fortunato Vianello, Founder and President of Forel “The market appreciates our products and orders are worldwide growing. Also in a moment when many companies move abroad their production, our choice is to continue offering our customer a technology invented, developed and manufactured in Italy”.

FOREL OPENS ITS THIRD PRODUCTION SITE AND ENLARGES THE HEADQUARTERS

3.000 square meters: this is the size of the new plant opened by Forel in Italy.  It is the third one, established to respond to the growing number of orders coming from all over the world.

In addition to the three productive plants in Italy, the company owns commercial branches in Usa and in Russia, and has a salesforce of 25 partner agencies all over the world.

The new plant is located in Venice area and has been inaugurated at the end of 2018. It will be dedicated to the production of machinery for edge processing (edger machines, drilling and milling machines and washing machines) and of sorting systems (integrated solutions for automatically handling and moving the glass sheets inside the production area).

At the same time, the Forel Headquarters in Treviso is being enlarged for other 10.000 square meters, to obtain a bigger production area. The site will be focused on the production of machinery for insulating glass, laminating and vertical cutting.

“The opening of our third plant and the enlargement of the headquarter are consequences of a positive trend” explains Fortunato Vianello, Founder and President of Forel “The market appreciates our products and orders are worldwide growing. Also in a moment when many companies move abroad their production, our choice is to continue offering our customer a technology invented, developed and manufactured in Italy”.

FOREL OPENS ITS THIRD PRODUCTION SITE AND ENLARGES THE HEADQUARTERS

3.000 square meters: this is the size of the new plant opened by Forel in Italy.  It is the third one, established to respond to the growing number of orders coming from all over the world.

In addition to the three productive plants in Italy, the company owns commercial branches in Usa and in Russia, and has a salesforce of 25 partner agencies all over the world.

The new plant is located in Venice area and has been inaugurated at the end of 2018. It will be dedicated to the production of machinery for edge processing (edger machines, drilling and milling machines and washing machines) and of sorting systems (integrated solutions for automatically handling and moving the glass sheets inside the production area).

At the same time, the Forel Headquarters in Treviso is being enlarged for other 10.000 square meters, to obtain a bigger production area. The site will be focused on the production of machinery for insulating glass, laminating and vertical cutting.

“The opening of our third plant and the enlargement of the headquarter are consequences of a positive trend” explains Fortunato Vianello, Founder and President of Forel “The market appreciates our products and orders are worldwide growing. Also in a moment when many companies move abroad their production, our choice is to continue offering our customer a technology invented, developed and manufactured in Italy”.