By creating a new business unit – Rittal Automation Systems – Rittal says it is building on its existing portfolio for panel building and switchgear manufacture.
The enterprise is assuming responsibility for, and expanding, the product range provided by its sister company Kiesling, with the result being a comprehensive one-stop offering, from simple, manual tools to sophisticated, highly automated machining systems.
“Panel building and switchgear manufacturers are looking for ways to improve productivity. And they find them in our portfolio. For example, they can leverage the latest machining technology to increase automation in their value-creation processes,” explained Michael Mallia, Rittal’s Managing Director for ANZ. Rittal Automation Systems.
These offerings can be scaled to a business’s size, and tailored to its specific imperatives, according to the company.
“By incorporating Kiesling into Rittal Automation Systems, we now provide the machining and handling technology needed for time – and cost-efficient production – not only for our own systems, but for switchgear and control systems as well. And all from a single source,” said Mallia.