Scott Automation & Robotics Pty Ltd is a leading designer and manufacturer of complete industrial automation solutions servicing large and small scale production-critical companies seeking the competitive edge that high-tech automation and robotics provide.
They currently service the Australian food production, meat, brewing and beverages, pharmaceutical, white goods manufacturing, packaging, chemicals, water treatment and filtration, aluminium smelting, castings, and metals industries with flexible turnkey robotic solutions. These include technical expertise in world-leading hardware, programming, systems integration, installation, consulting, fault-finding and 24-hour support.
Scott Automation and Robotics network comprises a highly specialised team of dedicated personnel serving industrial companies with expertise in a wide range of leading automation and robotics products.
"Scott Automation and Robotics received its accreditation as a CI Accredited Supplier on Thursday, 2 March 2006 from CTPM Australasia at a gala presentation dinner." They were re-accredited on 29 July 2011.
Relogica was founded in 2004, by three partners, each of whom have extensive consulting backgrounds having previously worked for some of the world's leading consulting firms such as IBM, Pricewaterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand.
They work collaboratively with their clients to help them achieve measurable improvements. The combination of the skills and experience of their consultants and their deep understanding of the industries and diverse cultures ensures that they can deliver real change for an organisation.
Relogica understands the difficulties for companies in Indonesia when applying world class solutions. Therefore, their success is helping companies achieve improvement in their operations and maintenance management practices lies in their customised approach.
They are committed not only to assisting their clients to improve their business results but they are also dedicated to the development of the maintenance and reliability community in Indonesia through improving the skills of the maintenance resources.
For more information contact:
DirectorPhone: +62 21 5290 3919
The Lean Network is a not-for-profit organisation run by practitioners, for practitioners with the explicit purpose of disseminating the body of knowledge known as LEAN THINKING. Members voluntarily share information about their lean implementation experiences in a spirit of cooperation and willingness to help each other.
The Lean Network meets on a monthly basis. There are two main types of meetings - Site Visits and Knowledge Sharing Meetings. Site visits entail a guided tour of a leading implementer of Lean concepts. Participants can see first hand how Lean can be successfully applied. Knowledge Sharing Meetings offer the opportunity to learn more about specific Lean Tools. Click to view their upcoming events.
For more information contact:
Brian Levitan - Public Officer
Phone: +61 404 039 924