Enhancing the Efficiency of Production Processes in Times of Industry 4.0

Press release from 2015-01-20

Strengthening Electrical Engineering + Automation as Technology:
HAVER & BOECKER founds HAVER Automation

In order to give more importance to the sector Electrical Engineering + Automation and to strengthen it as independent technology, HAVER & BOECKER has founded the company HAVER Automation GmbH & Co. KG located in Münster (Westphalia/Germany) becoming effective as of 1 January 2016. The foundation of HAVER Automation is an important step towards the future for HAVER & BOECKER as experts for packaging, palletizing and loading technology, particularly because process optimizations and efficiency increases in machine and plant engineering are driven by the terms Industry 4.0, Smart Factory und Internet of Things, says Wolfgang Schlüpmann, managing director of HAVER Automation. In cooperation with its customers, the company develops customer-specific and industry-specific automation solutions for the cement, building products, chemical, mining and food industries.

Within the HAVER & BOECKER company, HAVER Automation will act as independent technology company. In implementing the “Time to Chain“ motto, the close integration of the technologies into the whole company  plays a decisive role. “Time to Chain“ symbolizes the linking of all process steps comprising transport, storage, mixing, filling, packaging, palletizing, and loading of bulk materials and fluids. By linking these process steps to build an overall system and with the help of innovative automation solutions, all systems, machines and components are integrated into the customers’ logistic processes and thus processes are optimized and made more efficient. This leads to an intelligent production and to new business models. 

HAVER Automation has expertise in the secto

  • Engineering, project management, commissioning, service Process control engineering, dispatch automation, batch management, OEE and web solutions, condition monitoring
  • PLC programming, switching and control cabinets, MCC (motor control center), 
  • energy distribution, electrical engineering