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01-20-2015

Reduction Engineering Scheer Announces Significant Investment

Reduction Engineering Scheer, Kent, OH/USA, a worldwide supplier of pulverizers, pelletizers, and rotational molding equipment, has announced a significant investment in new rotor grinding and measuring equipment in response to strong sales growth throughout the world.

Reduction Engineering’s new equipment includes a state-of-the-art CNC grinding center which delivers greater speed, improved productivity, and cost efficiency, thus adding significant new capacity to Reduction’s rotor making operation. The company also invested in a new 3-D coordinate measuring machine (CMM) which offers exceptional versatility and high accuracy.

“We’re growing as a company and our primary goal is to produce cost effectively, quickly, and at a high level of quality,” said Rick D’Angelo, chief operating officer for Reduction Engineering. “An integral part of our strategy is investment in state-of-the-art equipment as the company grows.” D’Angelo noted that the company’s rotor resharpening business enjoyed a record year. Similarly, Reduction saw significant growth in disposable discs for pulverizing. “Our overall succcess in these areas pushed us to add this new capacity so we can continue to quickly respond to customer needs,” explained D’Angelo.

Reduction Engineering plans to continue to invest in automation technology over the coming year, according to D’Angelo. “To process our materials cost effectively and efficiently, we will continue to focus on increased levels of automation in our grinding center,” he said.

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