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INDUSTRY UPDATE


Wieland’s new wipos PSW packs a punch with its powerful performance


and wide range of input options W


PSW to the company’s wipos power supply series to offer a wider range of input options. The wipos range is compact, reliable and robust, incorporating essential features for drive technology applications and making machines and equipment safer.


The wipos PSW series has a 1, 2 or 3-phase input AC


(187-550 Vac) + DC (250-750 Vdc), making it ideally suited for worldwide use. Various protection mechanisms have been included in


the design of the wipos PSW series, including input under voltage lock-out, output overcurrent, short circuit and temperature fluctuations.


The wipos PSW series are ideally suited for


applications where emergency generators are used on the primary side of the power supplies because of voltage dips and surges. Additionally, these power supply units are perfect for use in metal, wood, stone and plastic processing plus driverless transport systems.


Wieland Electric  01483 531213


www.wieland.co.uk


Hyster Europe  01276 538500


www.hyster.eu


ieland Electric has added the wipos


Robotic Hyster® lift trucks for the automotive supply chain


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ew self-drive lift truck solutions from Hyster Europe will enable the automotive supply chain to introduce


“affordable automation” for repetitive handling tasks. Intelligent Hyster® trucks can help support Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution, through reliable consistency, with the flexibility of manual use to perform additional tasks and support the “unexpected”. “Repetitive lift truck tasks can be unnecessarily


expensive,” says Tracy Brooks, Industry Solutions Group Manager for Hyster Europe. “The automotive industry has been adopting automated technologies in its factories to keep the busy production lines running smoothly, while driving down cost.” Hyster ‘Driven by Balyo’ technology uses reliable


Hyster® lift trucks with the addition of robotic control systems to help improve accuracy, efficiency and reduce damage. The automation hardware and software neatly interfaces with the truck’s electronic systems allowing them to be used manually when required.


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Harnessing Industry 4.0 to Create a ‘Smart Factory’


he rise of automation and machinery capable of talking to one another has led many experts to


proclaim that we are in the age of the fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), with the potential to change not only manufacturing but the world. These Industrial Revolutions appear to be happening


at an ever-increasing rate due to rapid technological advancements. Meaning it is crucial for factories to stay ahead of


these advancements as each passing Industrial Revolution has offered vast opportunities for factories to improve their efficiency and product quality, whilst increasing output by utilising new, innovative methods. The fourth Industrial Revolution is no different, as it


uses big data and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) to allow machinery integration that enables the machines to independently optimise each part of the process for ever-faster production. Find out how your factory can benefit from Industry 4.0 in our free guide .


Clearmark Solutions  01159 640144  enquiries@uk.interactivecoding.com  www.interactivecoding.co.uk/industry-4-0


LENZE UK gains Authorised Economic Operator status


quality in efforts within the international supply chain and custom controls procedures.


L OEM Automatic celebrates 30 years of successful trading O


EM Automatic Ltd, one of Europe’s leading suppliers of components for industrial automation, is


celebrating its 30th anniversary. To mark this milestone, the company’s Managing Director, Richard Armstrong, has invited all 50 staff to join him in a weekend of festivities at Centre Parcs in Woburn. “I am very proud of our achievements over the last


three decades which are testament to the commitment and expertise of our staff, both past and present,” comments Richard. “Our company celebration will be an opportunity to reflect on our history and look forward to our future. “We have cemented our success with loyalty and


partnership agreements with many of the industry’s leading manufacturers. These have enabled OEM to build strong, long-term relationships and offer a comprehensive range of products. “This has culminated in the company’s unique offer: high


quality products sold by technically experienced product specialists, backed by fast, accurate service from UK stock.”


Increased stockholding and future growth Richard continues, “To maintain our first class customer service, in the near future we plan to invest in further


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vertical storage machines which will increase our stockholding capacity. We are committed to carrying more stock in our UK Leicester warehouse in order to secure swift, on time deliveries to satisfy our customers. “We will also be actively investigating the possibility of


further acquisitions to drive growth and continue to broaden our product ranges.”


A brief history of OEM The UK company was established in Nuneaton in 1989 by Hans Franzen, who also co-founded OEM Automatic’s parent company, OEM International, in Sweden in 1974. Hans moved to the UK to oversee the launch of the business - OEM’s first market outside Scandinavia. By 1992 the sales target of £1m had already been


achieved and major new suppliers, Releco and Suco, were added to the company’s rapidly expanding portfolio of market leading products.


OEM Automatic  0116 284 9900  www.oem.co.uk


automationmagazine.co.uk AEO status is an internationally recognised status


from HMRC which shows a business role in the supply chain is secure and that their customs controls and procedures comply with EU standards. AEO status enables quicker access through custom procedures and the right to fast track shipments through custom safety and security measures.


In the event of a hard Brexit come October 31st, AEO


status will provide reassurance to Lenze’s customers and help to reduce any potential border delays. Simon Cherry Lenze UK financial controller says, "No


one really knows what will happen over the coming months and years as the government


prepares for a no-deal Brexit. As a global business, it is vital that we put in as many


measures as possible to ensure we minimise potential disruption in delivering our products and services."


Lenze UK  01234 753 227  www.lenze.co.uk


enze UK has gained Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status, the internationally recognised mark of


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