Demco Automation Hosts 2018 Manufacturing Day Event

On October 5, 2018, Demco Automation hosted a Manufacturing Day event celebrating advanced manufacturing. The event invited community members including groups such as students, educators and others to learn about the design and construction of robotics and automation. Attendees saw videos, robots in action, and automated equipment as it is used in advanced manufacturing facilities throughout the United States.

Manufacturing Day is a national effort started in 2012 to promote awareness of manufacturing and its contributions to a 21st century society. In 2016, more than quarter million students and over half a million participants were on-hand to learn about manufacturing, technology, career options, and the overall benefits of the manufacturing sector to our communities and economy.

To see an infographic on how Manufacturing Day statistics and how it impacts the perception of manufacturing, please follow the link at: MFG-DAY-Infographic 2018

For more information about Demco Automation’s Manufacturing Day event, please see our Manufacturing Day page at: Demco Automation 2018 Manufacturing Day Event

 

Demco Automation Selected for Fastest-Growing Companies List in Eastern PA

Lehigh Valley, PA, September 8 2017Automation’s assembly/integration/test area
Demco Automation has been selected as one of Eastern Pennsylvania’s 45 Fastest-Growing companies in 2017. According to the announcement,

Lehigh Valley Business today named 45 eastern Pennsylvania companies to its Fastest Growing Companies list for 2017 – companies identified as the region’s most dynamic that have made significant contributions to the local economy.

The companies will be honored and their final rankings on the list disclosed at an awards breakfast and ceremony Wednesday, Oct. 25, at DeSales University, Center Valley.

“Demco Automation is excited to receive this award and is honored in being one of the few manufacturers in this year’s rankings. Our team’s commitment to supporting the complex needs of customers coupled with the infrastructure required to produce capital equipment make this accomplishment all the more rewarding. ” said Stephen Maund, President & CEO.

More information about the listing can be found at:

LVB 45 Fastest-Growing Companies

Demco Automation Sponsors 2017 Engineers Week Event

Demco Automation is proud to be a Silver Sponsor for the 2017 Engineers Week event in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. On February 24, the Lehigh Valley Engineering Council  (LVEC) hosted the Lehigh Valley Engineers Banquet that coincided with events by DiscoverE. LVEC is an umbrella organization of engineering societies spreading enthusiasm for the profession among future generations and developing opportunities for enhancing the professional development and recognition of area engineers.

This year’s speaker was Brock E. Barry, P.E., Ph.D., F.ASCE presenting the topic: Did You Really Mean to Say That? Nonverbal Communication in the Workplace.

Awards are presented by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE) for Engineer of the Year and Young Engineer of the Year.

For more information on the LVEC please visit the Lehigh Valley Engineering Council.

For more information on the National Engineers Week please visit Discover Engineers Week.

With Continued Growth, Demco Automation Announces New Facility

new-facility-2January 7, 2017 – Demco Automation has finalized agreements and is in the final phases of completing construction of a new facility. The larger site will support its continued growth as a leading automated systems supplier.

The 35,000-square-foot climate-controlled facility includes expanded manufacturing assembly bays, additional engineering offices, and lab space to support advanced process development activities.

“With our emphasis on developing highly customized processes coupled with the increased global demand for automation and robotics, we have seen consistent double digit annual growth this decade,” said Stephen Maund, President and CEO. “because of this, we are in a situation where a larger facility is needed.”

The increase in assembly and integration areas provide flex space for bigger systems without reconfiguring the manufacturing floor. Maund added, “Our business has expanded in recent years to include larger production lines as well as our existing offerings of smaller scale systems for medical device and other industry sectors.”

“Additions to engineering, applications, and operations support over the past few years filled our office space with no room for expansion in the existing facility.” Maund continued. Current plans are to complete the move by February, 2017.

New Facility Press Release

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