Schuler is the technology and world market leader in forming technology. The company offers presses, automation solutions, tools, process know-how and service for the entire metalworking industry and lightweight automotive construction.
Customers include automobile manufacturers and suppliers as well as companies from the forging, household appliance, packaging, energy and electrical industries. Schuler is a leader in minting presses and implements system solutions for various high-tech industries. Schuler has around 6,600 employees in around 40 countries and is majority owned by the Austrian ANDRITZ Group.
A long-term collaboration
A long-term cooperation Start 2004 Beutler Nova: operating concept, style guide, visualization 2005 Müller Weingarten: Integration of the style guide and visualization for several machine groups as well as for the control room operation. 2005 ff Further developments for the existing solutions. 2006 Implementation of the first forging line.
Start 2004 Beutler Nova: operating concept, style guide, visualization
2005 Müller Weingarten: Integration of the style guide and visualization for several machine groups as well as for the control room operation.
2005 ff further developments for the existing solutions
2006 Implementation of the first forging line
2007 Takeover of Beutler Nova and Müller Weingarten by the Schuler Group
2013 Development of a cross-location style guide and operating concept for the Schuler Group. Implementation of the HMI framework based on the A-VIS framework.
Alphagate is a competent partner who can react quickly to changing requirements. We benefit from Alphagate’s many years of experience in mechanical engineering. Since the start of the collaboration in 2004, such a good relationship has developed that projects can be efficiently planned and implemented. ”
Michael Beloch, Team Leader Electrical Design, PLC Programming at Schuler
We have been working together since 2004 – we are pleased to be able to support the Schuler Group in many areas. The exciting developments of the last few years have always given rise to new challenges, which brings us further. ”
Ulf Oberbichler, CEO – Alphagate