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A team with many years of experience knows how to provide the customer with the right solution for the production of a high performance industrial automation system.


On request, the Automac Technology technicians will commission and inspect the machines directly at the end customer’s establishment, anywhere in the world. Troubleshooting and repairs are performed via remote support on site.

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The automation of industrial processes, step-by-step. We start by listening to customer requirements, the reference sector of the application is identified and information and technical data of the system to be automated are gathered.

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Specialists in industrial automation since 1998

The first objective: customer satisfaction.

Automac Technology was established in 1998 from the consolidated experience of the two founders; a young, dynamic and reliable company attentive to new technologies.

The reference sector in which the company operates is that of industrial automation applied to production machines managed by process logic controllers (plc), numerical controls (cnc) and personal computers (pc), or generally, the control of industrial processes.

Automac distinguishes itself for professionalism, competence, organisation and reliability.

Its know-how acquired from experience in the field is made available to the customer to supply technologically advanced solutions for all requirements.

The company commitment is aimed at supplying a complete service, which starts from design, with the production and commissioning of industrial automation systems (individual, semi-automatic or automatic machines, production islands and supervision systems), and continues through time with a quick and efficient after-sales service. Automac relies on qualified staff that can search for and repair faults on various types of machines and in different sectors.

It provides assistance for the repair or replacement of the electronic devices used in automation and recommends the list of materials to the customer, which must be kept in stock in order to prevent long machine downtimes.