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  • TESTIMONIAL
    23 dec. 2020
    The short way to service
    Companies in the process industry depend on their processes running uninterrupted, around the clock, seven days a week. This is particularly true when life forms such as bacteria or micro-organisms are part of those processes. The example of biogas production shows how expensive a disruption can be and how smart technical advice can bring the systems back online.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    23 dec. 2020
    Smooth sailing for shipping industry with innovated PLC
    In a time when the world, and therefore also the shipping industry, virtually came to a standstill, Dutch company TULLP introduces an important innovation. Over a period of more than four years they have embraced a new PLC that controls the fuel filters of seagoing vessels. By introducing it now, they want to send a signal. Sjoerd Kivits, service manager at TULLP: “Despite all the setbacks of the corona situation we simply went on developing. In the past year, people only received recons – patched up units. It is really cool that we have now made something entirely new.”
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    23 dec. 2020
    No compromise on quality
    Chances are that you held an Owens-Illinois \(O-I\) product in your hands at some time. The originally American company is in fact the producer of the bottles of, among others, Heineken and Grolsch. On a yearly basis, a billion bottles of brown and green glass are produced at the production location in Leerdam, with the European beer market as their destination. These enormous numbers are accompanied by strict quality requirements on the part of the end customer and this, in turn, requires a tight production process. However, could there still be room for improvement in terms of efficiency? Together with Saint Gobain Abrasives and itsme, O-I rose to that challenge.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    23 dec. 2020
    Training – comfortable outside your comfort zone
    In its almost one hundred years of existence, the inventor of ‘fritessaus’, a typically Dutch low calorie-mayonnaise, has greatly expanded its product range of sauces, dressings, frying fat and margarines. It is a challenge for the Technical Services department to keep the machinery running, so that millions of products continue to roll off the belt every year. Remia also believes in development across the board in the field of knowledge. A group of both mechanical and electrical technicians recently did a three-day training course in TIA Portal System. To transfer that knowledge, itsme was a guest in the sauce capital of the Netherlands, Den Dolder.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    22 dec. 2020
    OVI, the innovation that changes the work of industrial robots
    OVISO Robotics has received technical and commercial support from itsme ES Elektro Romania specialists
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    21 dec. 2020
    A solution to every problem
    The relocation to a new building in Genk two years ago, more or less coincided with the growth spurt the company was going through with respect to camera inspections. And that is just a fraction of the many markets served by this atypical installer. It is precisely this diversity of projects that makes Elenco prefer steady partner itsme Breemes as a supplier of electrotechnical components.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    15 dec. 2020
    A different take on time mangement
    If you are not afraid of heights, then Alimak is the right place for you. The company designs, produces and maintains lifts that bring crane drivers to their cabin. But also systems that allow window cleaners to operate safely at great heights. As a specialist in vertical transport solutions for construction and industry the group has gained a strong market position. In order to maintain an undivided focus on their core activities, they regularly turn to itsme Industrial Automation for technical support.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    10 dec. 2020
    Behind the scenes, safety comes first
    The innovative storage solutions Bruynzeel produces in Panningen in Limburg \(the Netherlands\) are distributed all over the world. Almost all their products are custom-made, but this doesn’t stop Bruynzeel from achieving tight delivery times. And with that in mind, smoothly running machinery becomes all the more important. So when a number of safety light curtains were in need of replacement, it was essential to act quickly. A collaboration with Leuze and itsme provided support.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    20 nov. 2020
    With teamwork and technology towards Industry 4.0
    Vibration sensors improve reliabliability in food industyr. Faster, higher, further – there are compelling arguments for many investments and a return on investment can usually be calculated with just a few clicks of the mouse. It is, however, more difficult to prove the need for a purchase if an event might not even happen in the first place. Food producer Greenland Seafood has now decided to invest in the reliability of its equipment and has installed a system to monitor critical motors.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    20 nov. 2020
    Cross-site collaboration provides more efficiency
    An annual yield of about 700,000 tons of deep-frozen potato products, divided over four sites, demands an intensive maintenance of machinery. In this case, a standardised work environment is no superfluous luxury. The biggest challenge for the transition from reactive to methodical? Getting the whole organisation to go along. “You know that there will be a moment of chaos.” Agristo got help from itsme with this.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    20 nov. 2020
    IMA updates its machines with technical support from itsme ELEKTRES
    The ability to adapt to change is key for a business’s competitiveness and, for those based on technology, it is essential to have good technical advice in order to move forward. itsme ELEKTRES is the ideal partner in such cases. As well as its first-hand experience with top brands and manufacturers, it also offers a full technical support service, from the analysis of the client’s needs to implementation of equipment, as well as any changes that may be needed in the future.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    20 nov. 2020
    Coca-Cola boosts safety, traceability and efficiency with ID card
    Coca-Cola European Partners Belgium boosts safety, traceability and efficiency with ID card 11 million drinks, 90,000 customers, 21 brands : in Belgium as elsewhere, everyday life without Coca-Cola is unthinkable. At the Coca-Cola European Partners Belgium plant in Wilrijk, five production lines produce some 4,000 pallets of soft drinks a day. To make certain everything runs safely and smoothly, the machines were recently fitted with a centrally managed RFID access control system from Siemens.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    20 nov. 2020
    EDI connection streamlines the procurement processes of CSi Romania
    When itsme ES Elektro became a logistics integrator for CSi Romania, ensuring a large share of its purchases, it brought about an innovative project in the collaboration between the two entities: EDI connection. Two years down the road, thanks to an EDI connection, CSi already manages to greatly reduce the lead and delivery times, which naturally leads to an increase in the number of orders.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    2 nov. 2020
    Custom solution for Codesol
    Often, talking about custom solutions means talking about innovation. In these cases, there is a specific need that requires a new development or the adaptation of solutions already out there. It is necessary to study the requirements in depth in order to provide the most efficient solution.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    27 okt. 2020
    Kind Technologies optimises production flow Rittal enclosures
    How does an organisation ensure the transition from start-up to scale-up to go smoothly? For fast-growing Kind Technologies the answer partly lay in scalability: not only growing fast, but above all efficiently and smartly. Together with Rittal and itsme they took a closer look at the production process of their enclosures. By partially outsourcing the assembly work, the lead time has been reduced from four weeks to just one week.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    27 okt. 2020
    DIM seeks cooperation in the development of operating system
    From fresh pineapple to bite-size portions of fruit in a resealable bucket. The Piñabar makes it possible in less than 20 seconds. For a customer in a supermarket it is just a matter of pressing a button. For Pierre van de Braak, director at Dutch International Manufacturing \(DIM\) and the inventor of the Piñabar, a complex process preceded it. Being a machine manufacturer, he got support from Schneider Electric, S2 and itsme for the electrotechnical section of the machine.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    9 jul. 2020
    ECJ Automation’s Jurgen Janssens tested itsme's web platform
    Good feedback enhances every result. The same applies to the itsme Group’s new web platform for which customers shared their experiences during the testing phase. One of them is Jurgen Janssens of ECJ Automation from Gierle, Belgium. At the request of itsme Breemes he went through, and tested the platform before it went live. “Functionality comes first. And that has been well thought out with this platform.”
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    8 jul. 2020
    Aldel Vigorously through the Cryolite
    The smelting of aluminium requires breaking through a thick crust of cryolite, countless times in a row, at high temperatures. For Damco Aluminium Delfzijl Coöperatie therefore, using an ordinary cylinder was not an option. This in contrast with the new crust-breaker. Designed by IMI Norgren and supplied by itsme, this cylinder will last for years and is good for many breakings through.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    1 jul. 2020
    VCST International added value
    Headquartered in Sint-Truiden, Belgium, with production lines in Germany, Mexico, China and Romania, VCST is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers for the automotive industry. It is part of the Belgian BMT Group, with business in various industries, in all corners of the world.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    30 jun. 2020
    itsme Technical Support never replies ‘no’
    itsme Technical Support is there for all your questions about industrial automation. Product specialists look into the problem along with the customer and share their thoughts with them; be it at the head office in the Netherlands or at the offices abroad. Feel free to call it a challenge in this rapidly changing world to have all the knowledge at the ready, but that’s what it is all about for his team, says itsme’s William van Heel.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    29 mei 2020
    Saplex On-site training days
    Automation is comprised of a collection of technological elements that have brought various benefits to the industry, making it key to improving the efficiency of production processes. This is not just achieved through machinery, but also through a qualified human team that decides which machines to use and how to do it.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    29 mei 2020
    Innovative Training Program Universal Robots
    The project that Marius Nodiș, cobot specialist at ES Elektro Romania, is currently working on, is likely to become the missing link between the manufacturers of collaborative robots and their end beneficiaries. When an industrial company buys one, or 10, or 100 collaborative robots, it receives an instruction manual for each of them.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    6 apr. 2020
    Janssen lighting
    Johnson&Johnson puts the environment first in their Healthy Future 2015 program. itsme Lighting Technology supports the realisation of concrete targets in the fields of CO2 redustion, energy saving and personal safety. itsme Lighting Technology developed a lighting plan and set up a demo for both buidling, as well as outdoor lighting.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    30 mrt. 2020
    Selo Hengelo Training
    Imagine how valuable it would be if what you learned fits seamlessly into your every day practice – and when you are able to apply that new knowledge directly to your own projects. At Selo in Hengelo they can tell you all about it.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    23 feb. 2020
    Fibran PLC
    The meat industry accounts for approximately 2.1% of GDP and is the fourth largest motor driving the Spanish economy. Its strategic position and changing consumer habits mean the industry must carry out digital transformation in order to optimize its production model and respond to current demands for healthier value-added products. In 2017, FIBRAN, with 60 years of experience and manufacturers of innovative collagen casings for sausages and other
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