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New sales and cooperation partnership between MAC GmbH | Consulting and Engineering and Zorc Technology GmbH

MAC GmbH and Zorc Technology GmbH have entered into a sales and cooperation partnership for Switzerland and Italy, as well as in special projects worldwide.

MAC GmbH has more than 25 years' experience specializing in planning and consulting activities in the foundry, forging and metal industries, and supports projects that aim at the economic realization of a casting, a change and / or improvement or even an innovation in the production process. It accompanies the customer from the start of the project to the successful completion, providing support through analysis, advice and planning, as well as with practical implementation and leading projects such as value stream analysis, potential audits, benchmark studies, project management, engineering and planning activities.

Zorc Technology GmbH is a global supplier to the foundry industry. The product range includes wire treatment plants for the production of GJS and GJV, including the metallurgical control of the entire casting process, dosing systems for bulk materials, automated transport systems and a software solution specially developed for foundries, FoundryCloud.

“The sales and cooperation partnership between MAC GmbH and Zorc Technology GmbH is a strong combination. We are convinced that Zorc Technology, with its many years of experience and understanding of customer-specific solutions - for example in automated transport in foundry processes - in combination with the product portfolio of MAC GmbH, contributes to fulfilling industry-specific requirements of potential customers”, says Markus Albert, CEO of MAC GmbH.

Sebastian Haardt, Managing Director of Zorc Technology GmbH, emphasizes: “Today's customers demand holistic solutions to problems or new projects. Through the cooperation with MAC GmbH, our range of services will be expanded and rounded off. This enables us to offer complete solutions for customers, even for very large projects - and this without interfaces.”

News No: 9203
Date: 2020/04/20 - 18:49
News Source: Foundry Planet

MAC GmbH  Engineering  Technology  Zorc  Markus Albert 


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