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Lenze celebrates being a driving force in UK industry for 70 years

Lenze celebrates being a driving force in UK industry for 70 years

Motion control specialist Lenze celebrates 70 years at the top of the drive and automation technology.

Lenze, a driving force in providing the latest drive and automation technology, will be celebrating the company’s 70th anniversary this November. Since its creation in 1947, Lenze has seen many changes. From post WW2 mechanical drive technology and frequency inverter drives in the ‘90’s, to today’s networking, automation and Industry 4.0, the company has specialised in using the latest technology to bring efficiency and relability to its global customer base.
To celebrate its journey in style, Lenze organised an anniversary event at the company’s HQ in Groß Berkel, Germany. Alongside a factory tour and range of business talks from international consumers and other speakers, CEO’s and CTO’s experienced first-hand the latest in market place and solution innovations. As well as discussing current industry trends, the event saw discussion on the future and the part Lenze will play as the world of drives and automation continues to expand.
Over the past 70 years, Lenze has worked tirelessly to support OEMs and end-users with expertise, an integrated product range and strong service. This approach has proved highly successful and today Lenze’s product range, services and expertise contribute to machines around the world that are easier to use, lower cost, run faster, and with greater flexibility. 
Lenze’s Managing Director, Stewart Hylden, comments: “We have come a long way in the past 70 years. Lenze  now employs 3,300 people worldwide and has a depth of drive and automation expertise that means that many European production lines now operate with our drives, thanks to their high performance and reliability. We are standing on the edge of a whole new era of industrial revolution with Industry 4.0 and are looking forward to what the next 70 years will bring in terms of automation and drives innovation.”

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