Lenze to showcase Smart Motor Solutions at this year’s IMHX exhibition

showcase at IMHX this September, their Smart Motor Solutions - a complete, scalable mechatronic drive system, combining motor, gear unit and electronic drive in one incredibly easy-to-use package. In addition, Lenze’s latest


X4 Remote with x500, an out-of-the-box solution for cloud-based remote services and condition monitoring, will also be available at their stand. The X4 platform integrates with their x500 IoT gateways, so that customers can bring both machines and systems into the cloud without specific IoT knowledge. Neil Beaumont, Marketing Manager at Lenze says:

“We are constantly looking at offering more freedom for engineers and looking forward to demonstrating the X4 platform at IMHX where visitors can drop by for a coffee to discuss the considerable benefits this solution provides” Visit Stand 20C125 on the 24-27th September, NEC

Birmingham for coffee and a chat with Lenze regarding automated solutions.

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elebrating 50 years in the UK, Lenze, will

Cimcorp partners with Conveyor Networks Ltd to target the UK distribution market

Partnership agreement will help drive sales and enhance support for Cimcorp’s robotic solutions in the United Kingdom

order fulfilment and tyre- handling solutions, has signed an agreement with Conveyor Networks Ltd for the company to represent Cimcorp in the UK market. Cimcorp offers advanced material handling and software technologies for order fulfilment and storage in the food & beverage, retail, e-commerce, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and postal services sectors. The co-operation with Conveyor Networks will focus in particular on intralogistics solutions for the food retail and e-commerce markets.

C Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Conveyor Networks provides turnkey automation systems to solve a

variety of material handling challenges for its clients. The systems integration specialist – based in Daresbury, Cheshire – has supplied automated logistics solutions to principal FMCG brands such as Johnson & Johnson and Unilever, and also leading retailers including Pets At Home, WH Smith and QVC. Conveyor Networks also provides comprehensive aftersales support and maintenance services.

Kai Tuomisaari, Cimcorp’s Vice President, Sales, commented: “We are excited to have formed this partnership with the Conveyor Networks team. They have excellent connections and experience in the food and beverage sector, as well as in e-commerce – both key markets for our solutions. Our robotic systems are ideal for automating the order picking process for grocery retailers. The UK is also a highly developed market for online shopping,” continued Kai Tuomisaari, “which means great potential for our robotic goods-to-person solution for e-commerce.”

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imcorp, a manufacturer and integrator of turnkey robotic

A trio of installations by Union Industries has helped to support energy efficiency at the production facility of a world-leading radiator manufacturer.

South Yorkshire, 17-acre site. The facility handles Stelrad’s UK radiators business and the co-ordination of the company’s advanced production and distribution operation.

S Union Industries’ market-leading, bespoke high-speed

roller doors help to prevent the severe drop of ambient temperature in buildings, especially in the winter months, which eliminates any potential impact on production environments.

The Leeds-based company’s Bulldoors are often

regarded as the ‘reliable workhorse’ of rapid roll doors and have been known to perform more than 1.4million cycles per year, making it a popular choice across several industries. The Bulldoors feature specialist Crash-Out’ and ‘Auto-Reset’ damage protection facilities, and offers control outputs for options such as airlocks, traffic control systems and remote monitoring, in addition to temperature control for ambient and chilled environments.

Established in 1936, Stelrad has grown to become

Britain’s number one radiator brand, operating from facilities in the UK and Europe. The company distributes more than 2.5m products each year from its Mexborough site on Stelrad’s four manufacturing lines.

"We're delighted with the Bulldoors installation in our Distribution facility here in Mexborough," says Warehouse & Distribution Manager Paul Schofield. "Their installation is part of a planned upgrade of our facilities and will help


telrad has benefited from the installation of six of Union Industries’ Bulldoors at its Mexborough,

L – R Rob Howe, Union Industries’ Technical Sales Engineer and Paul Schofield, Warehouse & Distribution Manager for Stelrad

us to save energy and create a far safer working environment during the colder months of the year. The amount of MHE moving around on site within Production and the National Distribution Centre completing the daily workload is substantial and any help we can have to reduce the heat loss in the buildings will contribute significantly to the overall efficiency of our operation."

Union Industries has established itself as the UK’s leading manufacturer of bespoke warehousing and industrial solutions, working with a range of companies that operate across multiple sectors to help improve their logistics and reduce heat loss in distribution centres, warehouses, factories and storage facilities.

Robert Howe, Technical Sales Engineer at Union Industries, said: “We are proud of our rich heritage and reputation for delivering bespoke solutions to various industrial settings, which includes supporting organisations’ environmental policies. Stelrad is a world-leader in the manufacture of radiators and required a robust and resilient solution to further enhance the working environment for its staff, while preserving as much heat in its largescale building as possible.

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