MasterMover Bespoke Engineering
Modifying MasterMover machines to create bespoke solutions
The material handling needs of manufacturers and other organisations can sometimes fall beyond the existing MasterMover product range. If this is the case, MasterMover utilises its design expertise to modify existing products or build entirely new solutions to help customers solve specific challenges. As bespoke solutions are often complex in nature, MasterMover implements a structured project management process to ensure requirements are fully scoped, solutions are delivered on time and on budget, and that projects meet expectations in terms of fulfilling the challenging presented.
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MasterMover has worked with many of the world’s leading manufacturers on bespoke engineering projects. In fact, many of the products in the MasterMover product portfolio were developed initially as a bespoke engineering project to fulfill a particular need or application. The PowerSteered range of projects is a good example, with the PS3000+ being developed to move wind turbine blades during manufacture. The smaller PS800+ was similarly brought to market to move aeroplane wings, initially for one of the world’s largest aerospace companies.
Previous MasterMover bespoke projects have included the following:
Unilode Aviation Solutions go green with electric trucks from Briggs
Unilode Aviation Solutions are one of the leading service suppliers to the aviation industry. As part of a project across multiple sites, they required an overhaul of their existing materials handling fleet.
Briggs Equipment delivers new equipment to paper specialists
To help improve efficiency and productivity within their warehouse environment, paper manufacturing specialists, Brown Brothers Group have taken delivery a new forklift fleet from Briggs Equipment.
Crendon Timber invest in electric trucks from Briggs Equipment as part of sustainability drive
Crendon Timber Engineering recently introduced their own sustainability targets, which aim to reduce their environmental impact through investment in green technology and processes.
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