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Amsler moving into bigger quarters

Heidi Amsler

 

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W. Amsler Equipment Inc. plans to start moving into a new building in Bolton, Ontario, in August.

Blow molding equipment maker W. Amsler Equipment Inc. plans to relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations this summer to Bolton, Ontario, from nearby Richmond Hill, the company’s home since 1999.

Amsler officials announced July 9 that the company has signed a lease agreement for 34,000 square feet in the Toronto suburb, more than doubling the size of its Richmond Hill operation. The company, which makes all-electric linear PET stretch blow molding machines, will move in starting Aug. 1.

Amsler also supplies bottle inspection equipment, trimmers, air compressors, vacuum conveyors, molds, gaylord dumpers, temperature control units and process chillers.

The building is undergoing significant renovations and improvements, including new plant air compressors, auxiliary equipment and other infrastructure needs.

“We’ve experienced rapid growth over the last five years and we’ve outgrown our current space,” said Heidi Amsler, marketing manager.

The expanded facility will house sales, engineering, manufacturing and service personnel. The new location has more room for machine development, pilot production and classroom training.

The plant also has greater access to rail transportation and to Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Werner Amsler founded the machinery company in 1994. The business moved to Richmond Hill in 1999.

Effective Aug. 1, the Amsler’s new address will be: 31 Parr Blvd., Bolton, Ontario. The main phone number will be 905-951-9559.

Original Article http://www.plasticsnews.com/article/20180709/NEWS/180709923/amsler-moving-into-bigger-quarters

W. Amsler to Move Operations to Expanded Facility in Bolton, Ontario

Heidi Amsler

 

Amsler Equipment Inc.

Company is Strategically Positioned to Meet Demands of Growing Blow Molding Machine Business

RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, July 9, 2018 W. Amsler Equipment Inc., a leading supplier of all-electric linear PET stretch blow molders, has announced plans to relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations to Bolton, Ontario later this summer. The new location – designed to meet the expanded demands of the company’s growing PET blow molding machine business – will be in the heart of the “Plastics Corridor,” less than 20 kilometers from the Pearson (Toronto) Airport in Rexdale. The Bolton area is also home to suppliers such as Husky Injection Molding Systems, Athena Automation, and many blow molding companies.

Amsler has signed a lease agreement for 34,000 sq ft of space which will more than double the company’s current facility. The standalone facility will provide room to grow and more space for collaboration with customers. In addition to corporate offices, the new space will house business development and project management activities, said Heidi Amsler, marketing manager for W. Amsler. “We’ve experienced rapid growth over the last five years and we’ve outgrown our current space,” said Amsler.

The expanded facility will house sales, engineering, manufacturing, and service personnel. The new location will also accommodate more room for machine development, pilot production, and classroom-style training. Greater access to air and rail transportation will make it more convenient for supply partners, customers, and vendors.

All equipment, production assets, and employees will be transferred from the existing facility in Richmond Hill to Bolton. W. Amsler will occupy the leased space starting August 1 where it is currently undertaking significant renovations and improvements. The investment includes the purchase of new air compressors, auxiliary equipment, and other infrastructure need.

Amsler was started in 1994 by founder Werner Amsler in Concord, Ontario and operations were later transferred to Richmond Hill in May 1999.

Effective August 1, the new address of W. Amsler’s headquarters will be 31 Parr Blvd., Bolton, Ontario. The company’s main phone number will be (905) 951-9559.

About W. Amsler Equipment Inc.

Amsler Equipment Inc. is the only North American manufacturer of all-electric linear PET stretch blow molders, 100% designed, built and serviced in North America. W. Amsler is a privately-held Canadian company founded in 1994 by Werner Amsler. In addition to PET stretch blow molding machines, Amsler supplies equipment for complete blow molding plants and filling lines. These products include bottle inspection units, blow-dome spin-off trimmers, air compressors, vacuum conveyors, blow molds, gaylord dumpers, mold temperature control units, and process chillers. For more information, visit www.amslerequipment.net.

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Original Article –  https://news.thomasnet.com/companystory/w-amsler-to-move-operations-to-expanded-facility-in-bolton-ontario-40013089

 

 

L42X All-Electric Reheat Machine Preferential Heating, Neck Orientation, and Hot-Fill Capability

Heidi Amsler

W. Amsler Equipment Inc., Canadian supplier of all-electric linear PET stretch blow molders, will introduce its next-generation four-cavity all-electric reheat stretch blow molder at the upcoming NPE 2018.

The L42X all-electric reheat machine offers several new features including preferential heating, neck orientation, and hot-fill capabilities. For custom blow molders, the next-generation four-cavity machine provides versatility to enable PET bottle production in a range of configurations and sizes, according to the manufacturer.

The new machine makes up to 2-liter containers at a rate of 6500/hour in four cavities. It can also be used to run two-cavity molds for production of larger containers up to 5 liters. Neck finishes range from 18 mm to 70 mm. The L42X reheat machine has four parallel heating ovens, one for each cavity. It comes equipped with 12 Bosch-Rexroth servo motors, compared to three servos for the previous model. The extra servos provide more repeatability, lower energy consumption, and require less wiring, resulting in easier troubleshooting, according to W. Amsler. The machine also has a 40-ton servo-driven mold clamping system. Servo systems are used to control preform loading, preform transportation through the machine, rotation through the ovens, stretch rod actuation, motion towards the molding station and clamp opening, closing, and bottle unloading.

W. Amsler Equipment Inc. will display its four-cavity stretch blow molding machine with a larger touch screen control.

W. Amsler Equipment Inc. will display its four-cavity stretch blow molding machine with a larger touch screen control.

The L42X comes equipped with a large touchscreen operator panel from Wonderware. It has a Windows-based human machine interface (HMI) with full access to assembly drawings, bills of materials (BOMs), set-up guides, troubleshooting, and training videos.

 

Original Article – http://www.kunststoffe.de/en/products/overview/article/l42x-all-electric-reheat-machine-preferential-heating-neck-orientation-and-hot-fill-capability-5768124.html