M+W Americas acquires Global Automation Partners
Global Automation Partners was founded in 2001 by five partners having extensive experience with automation and manufacturing consulting and integration services. Today it has more than 130 employees in six offices who specialize in the definition, design, implementation and support of automation and manufacturing IT (MIT) solutions, as well as vertical integration of manufacturing information technologies through value-added applications. The solutions integrate multiple systems and platforms with functions such as process control, historical data management, reporting and analytics, including executions systems and interfacing to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.
With the acquisition of Global Automation Partners, M+W Group has significantly strengthened our ability to provide integrated solutions focused on customer value. Pairing GAPs excellence in providing automation solutions with our core competencies in facility design and construction will provide a single point of service for our clients. said Rick Whitney, President of M+W Americas Inc.
Pierre Lavergne, Co-President of Global Automation Partners adds: Joining M+W Group will allow GAP to increase its offering and be in a position to deliver larger projects in scope and size. With the geographic reach M+W Group offers, along with the sharing of best practices, know-how and capabilities with M+W Process Automation GmbH, GAP is now in a position to support worldwide solutions roll-outs for its customers. These are exciting and challenging times, and this is a great opportunity to increase our position on the market place as a provider of excellent automation and manufacturing IT services and projects.
About M+W Group: M+W Group (formerly M+W Zander) offers its customers worldwide integrated life-cycle solutions for high-tech production plants and infrastructure complexes including all necessary service and modernization support. The customer base focuses primarily on leading electronics, photovoltaic, pharmaceutical, chemical, automobile and communication companies, as well as research institutes and universities. The company ranks among the market leaders in various market sectors to include semiconductors, photovoltaics and pharmaceuticals. M+W Group GmbH, Stuttgart, manages the global activities of the group as a holding company. The group has three main divisions of Facility Solutions, Process Solutions and Product Solutions and generated revenues of some $2.4 billion in the business year 2008 with a workforce of approximately 4,500.
M+W Group is owned by the Austrian Stumpf Group that is globally successful in the areas of High-Tech Engineering, Smart & Renewable Energy, Real Estate and Technology Investments.
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