SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — Rittal Corporation has created a new business unit: Rittal Automation Systems. The business unit was formed by integrating Rittal sister company Kiesling Maschinentechnik, a producer of machining centers for enclosure assembly, cutting centers, automatic assembly systems for terminal strips, assembly tables, and enclosure test units, into the overall Rittal organization.
The new Rittal Automation Systems business unit extends Rittal’s comprehensive range of solutions for panel building and switchgear engineering through key machining and handling technologies. Now with a comprehensive range of equipment available for professional workshop operation, from manual tools to sophisticated fully automated mechanical engineering, Rittal offers a comprehensive, one-stop portfolio for customers across the world.
“The integration of Kiesling into Rittal and the creation of Rittal Automation Systems offers customers solutions to increase productivity by automating previously manual modification and wiring processes. The modularity of the Rittal product lines also lends itself well to automated machining and handling, which makes this a valuable addition to the Rittal family,” said Mike Herzog, Business Manager, Rittal Automation Systems. “The capabilities offered by our fully automated machining centers reduce the amount of human labor required to process modified enclosures which results in time– and cost–efficient production, increases quality, adds repeatability to processes and reduces lead-times to customers.”
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