Lenze Americas Exhibits Packaging Automation Solutions at EXPO PACK Mexico

First time exhibiting at PMMI's Latin American event

UXBRIDGE, MA - MAY 09, 2013 - Leading global manufacturer of electrical and mechanical drives, motion control and automation technology, Lenze Americas (Booth #1824) will showcase its precision control and drive solutions for packaging applications at EXPO PACK Mexico, June 18-21, 2013 in Mexico City.


EXPO PACK is the premier packaging and processing technology event for Mexico and Central America. EXPO PACK Booth #1824 will feature Lenze's newest drive solutions for achieving high performance and efficiency in packaging machines and processes.

"The future of packaging automation has arrived! We are excited to bring the latest technologies to our manufacturing partners and packaging customers in Latin America," states Tom Jensen, OEM business development manager at Lenze Americas. "Lenze offers a complete selection of proven solutions for high efficiency machine functions - from drive shafts to control systems to visualization technologies."

The Lenze EXPO PACK booth will highlight its extensive product portfolio, including important new solutions for packaging automation.

· Lenze p500 Controller combines a maintenance-free controller, logic (PLC), motion and visualization in a single, panel-mounted device for controller-based automation systems with central motion control or visualization within a drive-based automation system.

· Lenze i700 Servo Inverter features real-time EtherCAT bus and a compact, flexible design that's easy to install for high performance dynamic motor control of synchronous and asynchronous motors.

· Lenze Controller 3200 C equipped with an Atom processor offers a compact and robust design, large power reserves and comprehensive features for optimum productivity in central control of high precision manufacturing packaging operations.

Featuring a practical, real-world 'EASY' engineering approach, Lenze will demonstrate how users can design, select components and implement a packaging machine or automation architecture tailored to a customer's requirements. The Lenze Drive Solution Designer (DSD) for drive dimensioning is just one tool in the Lenze suite of software engineering tools that span the entire machine lifecycle from initial design concept to installation and operation.

"Lenze's expertise and practical, powerful design tools based on real-world requirements, combined with our integrated product portfolio, ensure the best possible technologies for packaging machines," adds Jensen.

To learn more about Lenze packaging automation solutions, please visit www.lenzeamericas.com.

About Lenze Americas

Lenze is a global manufacturer of electrical and mechanical drives, motion control and automation technology. Our products can be found in many industries, including automotive, packaging, material handling and logistics, robotics, and commercial equipment (pumps/fans). A global network of distributors and representatives makes Lenze Americas perfectly positioned to meet the motion control needs of customers worldwide. Lenze Americas, the American subsidiary of Lenze SE of Germany, is headquartered in Uxbridge , Massachusetts ; corporate global headquarters are in Hamelin , Germany . Lenze Americas can be found online at http://www.lenzeamericas.com/.

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