Sevaan Group Pty Ltd has taken delivery of a milling machine and a large press to grow the technical capability of its production plant.
The company, which formed recently by amalgamating several longstanding Australian fabrication companies into one niche size manufacturing power has invested in new high-tech equipment to support greater productivity as well as meet current and future demand.
The milling machine is a 4-axis state-of-the-art Mori Seiki unit, which is helping Sevaan Group facilitate complicated and intricate orders for all industries. The new 260 tonne press that can bend 25mm plate steel has also been positioned on the shop floor at the Sydney head office to adequately meet the heavy gauge manufacturing needs of many of its larger clients such as rail, mining and the defence industries.
Chief Executive Officer of the company, Mr Tony Panrucker explains that the only way for Australia’s fabricators to go forward is to properly analyse exactly what they need to do to advance their own production in relation to the current economic climate as well as what they identify as their greatest prospects in the years to come.
According to Mr Panrucker, every investment of this nature is done deliberately to increase the company’s productivity and speed up time to market. The two new pieces of equipment not only facilitate current demand but also synchronise with machinery already on the factory floor, thereby proving that machines can be used as a long-term investment rather than a loss-making capital expenditure item.
As a result the Sevaan Group is growing exceptionally well in what is being globally accepted as very difficult times for the manufacturing industry in the developed world.
Sevaan Group now has a complete set of technologies to cater to just about any engineering or manufacturing requirement across the industry spectrum, including their own blasting room for powder coating.