St. Louis, Mo. — February 17, 2015 — This March, Barry Wehmiller International (B-WI) will once again exhibit at Automate, North America’s largest solutions-based showcase of automation technologies. The show takes place at the McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois from March 23-25. In Booth #292, B-WI will showcase engineering and automation solutions that combine to solve productivity, efficiency, and profitability challenges of manufacturers worldwide.
Automate is one of the top 10 manufacturing shows in USA and features leading global players displaying the latest automation, robotic, vision and motion control technologies and systems.
James Mansfield, B-WI’s Senior Business Development Leader - US Southeast, said, "Automate 2013 was an ideal platform for B-WI to showcase our capabilities to different types of manufacturers. With an expected footfall of around 30,000 potential visitors, this year will allow us to present how a unique combination of our automation and engineering solutions can impact functional objectives like productivity, efficiency, responsiveness, etc., and drive organizational values like profitability, revenue growth and competitive advantage. We eagerly anticipate a successful Automate 2015."
Chris Hric, B-WI’s Senior Business Development Leader - US Midwest, said, "Automate always attracts a huge population from the end user and OEM companies who are looking forward to make purchase decisions at the event. This segment of visitors can hugely benefit from cross-functional solution providers like B-WI. While our automation solutions like Manufacturing Operations Management and Controls drive business excellence through intelligence and informed decision making in manufacturing, our product engineering solutions like Engineering collaboration and Value Engineering enhance profitability and drive globalization."
With multiple locations spanning the USA, Europe and Asia, B-WI’s unique engagement model has made it the preferred solution partner for many manufacturers from the discrete manufacturing industry as well as the process industry.