Optima do Brasil has agreed to distribute Quality Machines products in South America
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Optima do Brasil has partnered with the Brazilian mechanical engineering company Quality Machines based in Campinas.
Optima do Brasil distributes Optima Group's technology for the pharmaceuticals sector throughout South America and will now also be supporting Quality Machines, particularly in After Sales.
Quality Machines operates in the medium and large automation market, offering high-tech projects. The company develops special projects for machines and equipment for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food, veterinary, chemical, automotive and general industries, meeting the most modern concepts with a high degree of automation.
“Our close partnership now means that manufacturing companies in the pharmaceutical and consumer sectors can access a wide range of solutions from a single source – from cost-effective machines in the lower output range to highspeed solutions for the most demanding requirements," said Rolf Geissinger, Managing Director of Optima do Brasil.
(L–R): Carlos Eduardo Praxedes, Sales Director of Quality Machines; Rolf Geissinger, Managing Director of Optima do Brasil; and Genivaldo Paixão Praxedes, Technical Director of Quality Machines
Optima said in a statement that Quality Machines has gained a reputation in Brazil as a reliable partner for cost-efficient mechanical engineering projects for the South American market.
Within the framework of OPTIMA Total Care Life Cycle Management, Optima ensures safe and reliable production of the systems installed in South America long after commissioning. A part of the Life-Cycle-Management Program is Basic Services and Smart Services.
Basic Services include, for example, support during commissioning, retrofitting and upgrading, training of plant operators, embedded engineers and the production of spare parts directly in Brazil. Smart Services are digital solutions that provide the best possible support in terms of plant efficiency, predictive maintenance, knowledge management and solutions to problems – for example with remote support using augmented reality eyewear.