Leading Australian fabricator Sevaan Group Pty Ltd
has expanded its in-house capabilities to manufacture enclosures for all types of POS units, vending machines, gaming machines and ATMs.
Time and cost-constrained companies requiring enclosures can now outsource their requirements to Sevaan Group, which can manufacture enclosures from sheetmetal raw materials. Most Australian assemblers including ticketing machine manufacturers now prefer to farm out cost- and labour-intensive duties to a specialist so that they can focus on core activity.
Chief Executive Officer of Sevaan Group, Mr Tony Panrucker explains that the company’s in-house capabilities will help meet the needs of a number of assembly companies that currently manufacture their own enclosures in-house but want to change. Rather than continue to operate expensive sheetmetal fabrication in-house, assemblers are looking for an outsourced, specialised associate company for this work.
According to Mr Panrucker, assemblers can gain by having their sheet metal work done faster, which in turn will speed up their own schedules. The advantage of coming to a well resourced specialist such as Sevaan is that all the necessary resources, equipment and specialised technical staff are in good supply.
Every process associated with the sheetmetal enclosure fabrication is done on the Sevaan premises from the technical drawings and machining to powder coating, plating, welding and engraving. Sevaan’s services under one roof are also economically beneficial to companies who typically outsource various parts of the work to different suppliers.
Created through a merger between Proline Technology and longstanding fabricator Wisby & Leonard, Sevaan Group offers high-tech sheet metal plating and higher product fabrication (engineering and machining) services.
Sevaan can take on just about any type of job from once-off prototyping and sampling, through multi-process engineering to repetitive and accurate ISO9001:2008 high-quality output.
Sevaan Group addresses the needs of electronics, machinery manufacture, vehicle building, medical and scientific, architectural, mining, agriculture and electrical industries.