Customization

Involve early, benefit in the long term

Involve early, benefit in the long term

Involve early, benefit in the long term

Customised frequency inverters and servo amplifiers are a speciality of Sieb & Meyer. The individual solutions often bring great advantages to the customers and can solve design problems. For successful implementation, the company has implemented a sophisticated process chain. However, it is also important that clients involve the Lüneburg-based drive specialists in the projects as early as possible.

"Customers who contact us as early as possible in the development phase benefit all along the line," says Torsten Blankenburg, Chief Technology Officer at Sieb & Meyer AG. "When designers know what is possible with us and where we can support you, it saves time and money. For us, this gives us the opportunity to really draw from the full range when providing advice. We can guide customers to a technically optimal solution without having to make major compromises that might be necessary at a later stage."

As soon as the first step has been taken, Sieb & Meyer's internal process chain, which has proven itself in numerous projects, kicks in. From the first functional test to series production, all departments work in close coordination to realise the project. All process steps take place within the company. This is the only way to create a product that is not only technically mature, but can also be produced at good conditions. The customised solutions are based on standard components that have already been successfully established on the market. Added to this is almost 60 years of experience from a large number of customised drive systems, which are produced in series quantities of approx. 50 to 10,000 units.

"We achieve more than 50% of our turnover in the field of drive technology with customised projects," Torsten Blankenburg concludes. "Incidentally, many customers turn to us again and again - a nice confirmation that our processes are convincing and that the individual frequency inverters and servo amplifiers are appealing."

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