Category: Rockwell Automation – Manufacturing

Grantek Featured in The JOURNAL from Rockwell Automation

July 3, 2018

The June 2018 issue of The JOURNAL from Rockwell Automation includes an article that expands on Grantek’s recent “How to Properly Implement Bypassing in Machine Safety” webinar. Click Here to Read The JOURNAL Article This article builds upon the webinar delivered by Grantek’s Director of Safety Practice, Jeff Winter, and continues Grantek’s thought leadership in

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Grantek to Join Panduit at Rockwell Automation’s Automation Fair

October 10, 2017

Grantek is proud to join our partner Panduit at Automation Fair in Houston, TX on November 15th and 16th. We will be at Booth 1241 between 10-11am and 2-3pm on the 15th, and between 3-4pm on the 16th. Please click here if you would like to set up a meeting with us during those times, or

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6 Steps to a Successful Large-Scale Plant Safety System Upgrade

January 30, 2013

When implementing a large-scale plant safety system upgrade, it is important to follow a very clear procedure which leaves no stone unturned – from initial conversation to final validation and everything in between.

By following these steps, you can achieve success in implementing your next safety upgrade. With guidance from an expert manufacturing systems integrator, this massive undertaking can be a smooth and efficiency process to help you achieve your safety and manufacturing operational excellence goals.

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Manufacturing Efficiency Leader, Grantek, Invests in Rockwell Automation’s RAPID Line Integration

January 7, 2013

NEWS RELEASE – Toronto, Ontario – January 8, 2013 – Grantek’s strategic investment in RAPID Line Integration training ensures leading manufacturing expertise in the configurable line control solution to decrease cost of deploying and optimizing manufacturing equipment.

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Extracting Actionable Data from Legacy Systems with Manufacturing Intelligence Software Upgrade

December 17, 2012

Every enterprise wants to improve. It can do this by understanding where it is today and mapping out a clear path to achieving better results for tomorrow. Undertaking this journey demands technologies and manufacturing intelligence that provides accurate, actionable information. More often than not, facilities have a mix of legacy systems from a variety of

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