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Sewtec launches new video consultation service

15 June 2020

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Sewtec launches new video consultation serviceSewtec Automation is launching a new video consultation service designed to assist businesses seeking to optimise their manufacturing and process capabilities during the pandemic. The consultation format covers every aspect of the Sewtec Automation sphere of operation: the company, designs, manufactures, installs and commissions bespoke industrial automation systems across a wide range of industries including pharmaceutical, medical, food and beverage, personal care, pet food and tobacco. Currently, more than 85 per cent of the company’s sales are exports and it includes a number of ‘blue-chip’ clients in its portfolio including NestlĂ©, Procter & Gamble, Imperial Tobacco, Tata Global Beverages and Hershey.

Senior executives, managers and engineers wanting advice and support about optimising manufacturing or production processes can get in touch with Sewtec Automation using the contact form on the company’s website and choosing their preferred video conference platform. A member of Sewtec Automation’s team will respond within 24 hours to confirm a date and time for the consultation.

Commenting on the launch of the new service, Sewtec Automation’s Andy Perks, says: “Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, we’re finding that many suppliers of critical products and services remain as driven as ever to optimise their processes. By offering the option of a video consultation, we aim to help these businesses to quickly identify how their operations could be made more effective through an increased reliance on automation. While a video consultation does not entirely remove the need for an on-site audit, it does at least allow businesses to start a conversation with the ultimate aim of exploring how a bespoke automation system can improve both production rate and quality.”

Go to www.sewtec.co.uk for further information about Sewtec’s bespoke industrial automation systems.

 
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