Canline now Gold Partner in Rockwell’s OEM Partner Program

Rockwell Automation has announced that Canline Systems has joined the Rockwell Automation Partner Network as a gold-level OEM.

Canline, part of the Xano Group, is an international specialist in the design and installation of complete turnkey transport and handling projects for metal packaging materials in food, beverage and automotive. With projects across the globe, it is a leader in the fields of conveying, sorting and distributing using air, magnetism and vacuum technologies.

Created to support OEMs across the globe, Rockwell Automation’s comprehensive OEM Partner Program offers support for the design, development and delivery of innovative equipment, which incorporates Rockwell Automation solutions. All participants see it as a powerful strategic opportunity that supports and nurtures growth, innovation and market potential.

Vincenzo Monaco, EMEA OEM and portfolio marketing manager at Rockwell Automation, explains: “Canline is a company with obvious ambition and a willingness to adopt and deploy new technologies. As consumer demands evolve, its end-user customers must keep pace with ever-changing market dynamics, and Canline’s use of more agile and flexible contemporary automation solutions offers an answer to these needs.”

Paul Jonker, manager of control systems at Canline, elaborates: “The markets we serve are well established, but there is always room for further technical and operational gains, especially by using modern digitalised technologies.

“To be able to supply our customers with state-of-the-art technology and the latest developments, we need to be in close contact with the market leaders in our field. The cooperation with Rockwell provides us access to new developments first hand and helps us implementing them in our machinery.”

Rockwell Automation

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Milton Keynes
MK11 3DR
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)870 242 5004

ukmarketing@ra.rockwell.com

www.rockwellautomation.co.uk

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