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Press Releases from Automation Devices, Inc. (4 total)

ADI Sees Increase in Projects Feeding Automotive Parts

Automation Devices, Inc (ADI), a vibratory feeding equipment manufacturer is seeing an influx in parts feeding applications serving the automotive industry. Car makers are ramping up production after a tumultuous 2020 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, requiring the streamlined, efficient processes ADI vibratory equipment provides now more than ever. As more consumers opt for car travel versus mass transit or travel via airplanes, supply must meet demand. ADI has bolstered

Automation Devices, Inc. Celebrates Employee Anniversaries

Automation Devices, Inc (ADI), a vibratory feeder and part system components manufacturer, is happy to announce several employees who are celebrating milestone anniversaries with the company. Matt Keefer and Jim Winschel both celebrate 40 years with ADI, having started employment in 1980 as a bowl builder and engineer, respectively. They join six other long-time employees who have achieved 40 years of service. To commemorate the occasion and as

Automation Devices, Inc. Considered Essential Business, Plays an Integral Role i …

Automation Devices, Inc (ADI), a vibratory feeding equipment manufacturer is supporting the COVID-19 pandemic efforts by providing essential equipment to customers in the biomedical and healthcare industries whose products are in great demand as the world battles Coronavirus. As the entire population is recovering or in the midst of a shutdown and stay at home orders, Automation Devices as been deemed an essential business by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf.

Swan-Matic Redesigns Trigger Spray Capping Machine

Automation Devices, Inc.’s (ADI) Swan-Matic Division has improved the C600 Rotary Trigger Spray Cap Tightener with a new, redesigned model. The updated C600 offers customers who are capping trigger spray bottles an advanced system with unique features unlike competitor models. The C600, redesigned by Swan-Matic newcomer Sean Parker, provides predictable torque, ultimately ensuring accuracy of the cap being secured. “The C600 needed an outside perspective to determine how it

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