Buffalo, New York – Eastman Machine Company, a 130 year-old manufacturing company specializing in cutting equipment, announces that it has appointed iSpecc Limited of the U.K. to represent its line of automated cutting systems and material handling equipment for the composites market. iSpecc will be represented together with Eastman at the upcoming JEC World in Paris, the premier event uniting the global composite industry over three days. A range of bespoke automated solutions custom-engineered for the industry will be demonstrated in Eastman’s stand (hall 6, stand D59).
iSpecc offer a variety of equipment and industrial services to the aerospace, automotive, energy, defense and advanced composites sectors with in-depth knowledge of capital plant including Eastman cutting systems, robotic production cells, industrial ovens, presses, hot drape formers, RTM equipment and advanced mould/tools. iSpecc assist with; capital plant design, specification, production process optimization and procurement assistance. Their project management division offers professional implementation of capital plant installations whilst their consultancy offers real insight and market intelligence for infrastructure programming, return on investment analysis and advice on compliance to key legislation governing operation of capital plant with guidance on advanced controls for industry 4.0 to increase productivity. iSpecc will take the time to understand your process, production and quality targets and specify the optimal Eastman solution.
A demonstration facility featuring a range of Eastman solutions is expected to be established together with iSpecc by 2020. The site will be open for cutting trials and software training to all customers in the EU.
Nigel Clifford stated:
“We are really pleased to represent Eastman. They have an amazing heritage for engineering really robust machinery with advanced software solutions and they have an ethos of going the extra mile for customers which fits well with our approach”.
Trevor Stevenson, Eastman’s Vice President stated:
“We are excited about the partnership with iSpecc for a number of reasons, including their ability to localize project management together with the technical and commercial skills needed to address a wide range of customer applications. We look forward to collaboratively growing our businesses.”
About Eastman Machine Company
The company was founded in 1888 by George Eastman following his invention of the first electric fabric cutting machine. Eastman mounted a fractional electric motor to a platform which was attached to a reciprocating knife mechanism. The invention revolutionized the apparel industry, ending tedious manual cutting-room labor. The company was acquired by the Stevenson family in 1898 and has thrived for five generations as a family-owned and operated business based in Buffalo, NY.
For more information on Eastman Machine Company, please visit www.eastmancuts.com.
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