“With our base in Singapore, Patec press is already well established in Asia as a high end manufacturer. We will now focus our attention to expand our market share in Europe. Our existing European customers are very satisfied with the high performance of our presses. Handel & Beratung Srl is very familiar with the capabilities of our Presses, and is also very well connected in Europe. Initial response has being largely positive and Handel & Beratung is confident that more metal component manufacturers will be able to benefit with the use of Patec Presses. We are pleased to be in partnership with them.” Said Michael Wee, CEO of Patec.
PATEC, one of Singapore's Top 50 SME founded in 1992, specialises in the Original Design Manufacturing of high precision mechanical press machines (tonnage ranging from 100 to 1000 tons), robotics transfer, feeder and other ancillary support systems. PATEC also develops, fabricates and tests precision tools in-house, for custom applications and process conversions.
Patec presses are especially suited from the production of high volume high precision metal parts. Most premium metal components company in Asia, especially Japan, Thailand, China, Malaysia and of course Singapore, uses Patec presses for the manufacture of high volume high precision parts. Patec press is also used by metal component manufacturers in Germany, Italy, Spain and other European countries.
The agency agreement was signed by Dr Stefano, General Manager of Handel & Beratung. “It is our privilege to be appointed sole agent for Patec Press in Europe. Patec Press is a highly reputable Press Maker in Asia as a high quality metal press manufacturer. It is used widely in many industries including automotive, handphone, media storage and consumer electronics to form high precision metal parts. We look forward to recommend Patec Press to our valued customers, and are confident that it will enjoy successes in Europe. “
PATEC's is the pioneer of Link Motion Drive technology which decreases the slide technology by up to 40% during the working portion of the stroke, so the material flows more effectively. At the same time, this allows the non-working portion of the stroke to increase in velocity, so as to maintain a high production rate.
The result is a better quality part at higher production rates. In addition, slower speed through the working stroke reduces tool impact, snap-through, noise and vibration, thereby increasing machine and tool life.