Clearview National December 2015 - Issue 169 - Page 72

MACHINERYEXTRA Emmegi (UK) Creates New Role »»Machinery specialist Emmegi (UK) has appointed Jeff Rooke to the new position of Service Manager as it steps up its investment in its technical and engineering department to keep pace with current growth. Jeff is a highly experienced technical manager, having worked in the industry for more than 25 years. This is a new role which Jeff will be free to develop as he puts in place new processes and systems to improve the efficiency and responsiveness of the technical and engineering team. Jeff said: “I am creating a central hub which will handle A New Era all service calls from customers, prioritising and directing them to the appropriate member of the team. This will mean Garry Barehead, our Engineering Manager, and Craig Smith, our Spare Parts Manager, are better able to concentrate on delivering the great customer experience which Emmegi has always been known for.” ...Providing the Solution for Glass Handling Mule Warehouse Use Nomad On-Site Glazing Contact Us for a Brochure & Demo Express One Man Glass Lifter T: 01202 307700 Horizon Lay Glass Horizontally F: 01202 722066 Unit 28, Newtown Business Park, Ringwood Road, Poole, Dorset BH12 3LL Tel: 01202 307700 e-mail:, 72 » dec 2015 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M CB Solutions, award winning manufacturer and installer of windows, doors and curtain wall systems, celebrated its success earlier this year with a move to a brand new factory and £113K investment in new machinery from elumatec. »»“We look on the move as the start of new era,” said Christopher Burrell, CEO, CB Solutions. “Moving into the new factory gave us the opportunity to introduce more automation into our processes. This will make us even more competitive in our existing and new markets.” CB Solutions manufacture a range of products for modular, construction and associated sectors and its key requirement for the new machinery was to speed up the production process without compromising accuracy. “We discussed our requirements in great detail with elumatec and felt very confident that their experience would enable us to select the best solutions for upgrading our equipment.” Christopher added. Following a thorough assessment of the company’s current requirements and future objectives, elumatec’s Technical Sales Manager, Andrew Robson recommended a SBZ122/64 profile machining centre, with a power torque spindle to machine thick-walled profiles and lengths up to 7.05m. The machine also has automatic clamp positioning which saves time when profile lengths have to be changed often. ‘fast cutting with no length calculations or correction values necessary’ CB Solutions also purchased a TS161/21 bead saw and an EMA measuring system for highly accurate cutting. A DG104 e355-6m double mitre saw was added, providing fast cutting with no length calculations or correction values necessary. CB Solutions also purchased eluCad software which allows the machinery to be programmed from computers in the office. Visit