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ADVERTORIAL PPMA PREVIEW


ABB will show ‘factory of the future’ at PPMA 2019


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BB to show how the ingredients of an advanced factory come together to achieve customized, yet rapid production for demanding consumers ABB will bring together the elements of a ‘factory of the future’ at PPMA 2019, at


the Birmingham NEC, 1st – 3rd October 2019, demonstrating how its latest automation and robotics technologies can transform performance in food, beverage and pharmaceutical manufacturing processes. Stand F80 will feature examples from ABB’s extensive automation and digital


portfolio, showing how tomorrow’s factory will be able to respond rapidly to changing customer demands, while maintaining profitability, safety and quality. Among the highlights will be demonstrations of the ACOPOStrak from ABB’s B&R


automation business illustrating high speed merging and dividing of product flows. There will also be a robotic solution on display showcasing how the precision, repeatability and rapid cycle time of ABB’s SCARA and FlexPicker robots can help increase productivity and flexibility in pick and place and packing applications. Other attractions will include examples of digital technology from ABB’s


Measurement & Analytics portfolio. The WiMon100 wireless vibration and temperature sensor opens new possibilities for monitoring and maintaining electric motors and other rotating machinery. Enabling operators to remotely access status and performance data, it eliminates the time and cost of dispatching service engineers to conduct manual checks and helps to prolong service life through effective predictive maintenance.


ABB - PPMA TOTAL Show: Stand F80  01908 350 300


www.bit.ly/ABB_Food


Visit Goodwin Electronics on stand K14 G


oodwin Electronics specialise in manufacturing control systems integrating servo motors and drives, inverters, sensors and encoders.


Goodwin Electronics offer a complete system capability to supply a full turnkey


package - from initial specification, PCB design and build, embedded software, electrical design, panel build, installation, commissioning and finally servicing.


We work closely with all our clients to fully identify what they need, and then help


them to achieve it - from concept to reality - a complete engineering solution tailored for your business.


Goodwin Electronics are proud to partner with some of the world’s leading brands


in motion control and industrial automation including Yaskawa, Control Techniques, Givi Misure, Omron and Baumer.


Goodwin Electronics is an ISO 9001 registered company with over 40 years of


experience and have established an enviable reputation for the design, development, build and support of complete integrated systems.


For more information please contact: Goodwin Electronics, 6 Lumina, Martindale Road, Croft Business Park, Bromborough, Wirral, CH62 3PT, UK.


Goodwin Electronics - PPMA TOTAL Show: Stand K14  0151 334 4555  sales@goodwinelectronics.com


Visit Oem Automatic at PPMA Total Show 2019, stand A55


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EM Automatic, a leading supplier of components for industrial automation, are set to return to PPMA and will be showcasing the latest and most comprehensive


range of cable management solutions from three of Europe’s leading manufacturers. Conta-Clip produces a revolutionary range of


cable entry systems; AGRO, manufacture an extensive selection of


high quality cable glands; German market leader Flexa, OEM’s newest


partner and producer of flexible cable conduits. “We’re very excited about showcasing all three of our partnerships at once. What


sets OEM apart from other component suppliers is our industry expertise and ability to provide complete solutions. By adding AGRO and Flexa to our product range, I feel like we’re now in a position to offer a complete cable management solution, no matter the application,” Anthony Wrighton, Business Area Manager, Panel.


OEM Automatic - PPMA TOTAL Show: Stand A55  www.oem.co.uk


SICK’s Opens Doors of its Industry


Freiburg, Southern Germany. It is the first time the doors of SICK’s 4.0 Now factory have been opened to UK


4.0 Smart Factory to PPMA Visitors S


ICK is inviting PPMA Total Show visitors to gain an exclusive behind-the-scenes insight into its pioneering new Industry 4.0 smart sensor production facility in


industry, since full-scale, high-volume production of SICK smart sensors became fully operational there last year. Using interactive links, show visitors will have a rare and fascinating opportunity to learn about SICK’s real-world experiences of establishing a facility from scratch according to classic Industry 4.0 principles. “The Freiburg facility demonstrates how companies of any size can achieve the


benefits of a factory of the future, today,” says David Hannaby, SICK’s UK product manager for presence inspection. “Industry 4.0 technologies accelerate production, streamline material flow, optimise capacity utilisation, and respond more flexibly to customer priorities. They enable proactive maintenance and intelligent data exchange on demand.” The factory’s fully-automated technology cells support a modular production


process for SICK’s smart photoelectric sensor families. Instead of a conventional linear sequence, the workflow progresses flexibly for each customer order and a high level of product variety is achieved.


SICK - PPMA TOTAL Show: Stand D64  01727 831121  www.sick.co.uk


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