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  • NEWS
    01.01.2020
    Rittal AX KX
    The new AX and KX are embedded within digital processes, making for simpler, faster assembly and component installation, greater flexibility and enhanced safety. Rittal has therefore rethought and redesigned this offering in line with the imperatives of Industry 4.0. Digital transformation brings new challenges in terms of the product itself, its operating environment and its availability. This launch marks the digital transformation of a standardised product that has been made by Rittal for more than 50 years: Over 35 million units of the AE have been manufactured, making it the most popular compact enclosure in the world.
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  • NEWS
    17.12.2019
    Phoenix Contact ClipX
    Control cabinet manufacturing is characterized by a high proportion of process costs. This is therefore an ideal starting point for improving profitability in the production of machines and systems.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    11.01.2019
    DSG longtail
    Belgium-based DSG is considered an all-round service provider in industrial electricity. The company offers tailored services to its customers, while relying on the availability and timely delivery of parts to meet this objective. Difficult? Not if you keep focusing on your strengths and outsource the search for products in the long tail to a partner like Breemes. The result is a considerable time gain.
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  • TRAINING
    09.01.2020
    IND-AUTOM-BAS - PLC - Industrial Automation - basics
    With this course module the course participant gets an overview of the most important components and their functions within the automation technology. Based on practical examples, these are explained.
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  • TRAINING
    02.01.2020
    S7-BASIS - S7-300/400 Basics
    The goal is to enable the participants to understand the structure and operation of a PLC and to create and test simple links with the STEP 7 programming software.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    05.02.2020
    CWK Training
    A company that is one of the oldest in its sector must be able to prove its flexibility on an ongoing basis. In the example of Chemiewerk Bad Koestritz this is guaranteed through the interplay of research and development with flexible plant engineering and automation, as well as through the consistent use of professional development opportunities.
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  • TRAINING
    25.10.2019
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  • TRAINING
    09.01.2020
    FREQ-ABB - ABB Frequency Converters
    In addition to the repetition of basic knowledge in machine technology, this training course aims to provide the participant with knowledge in the use of frequency inverters. The structure and function of a frequency converter as well as its parameterization are thoroughly discussed.
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  • TRAINING
    03.01.2020
    S7-SYSTEM - S7-300/400 System
    Retrain experienced programmers / service technicians to SIMATIC S7. For the target group mentioned here, this three-day course is an accelerated alternative for S7-BASIS and S7-SERVICE.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    06.12.2019
    30 years of itsme Industrial Automation
    itsme Industrial Automation has been around for 30 years. Where it once started with just support, the team of application engineers and product specialists now offers much more than that. Webinars, e-learning and training courses: itsme Industrial Automation specifically supports every customer with targeted information. And that from an international perspective, crossing over national borders.
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  • TESTIMONIAL
    11.01.2019
    Cargill
    Welcome to Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate’s spare parts warehouse in Deventer. Once a squash centre but now a place where countless items are kept in stock in a well-organised manner.  itsme helped with the layout and setup so everything is ready when necessary. The impact of a malfunction is increasingly smaller while the degree of certainty and peace of mind is growing.  Sometimes, convenience can be found in the most practical matters. Look at all those little blue containers, all neatly placed in a row up to the top of the pallet rack. Each container contains data on the item inside, including the location in the pallet rack. It’s all about convenience, says Anton van der Vlies. ‘If a mechanic removes a container, he immediately knows where to put it back. That saves a lot of searching later on.’ And it is also no coincidence that the data are on a label that can be easily replaced. ‘This works a lot better than stickers. If you remove those, there’s often still a white smudge on the container.’
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