Belco Industries is partnering with Macrodyne Technologies to provide short-stroke, front-loading extrusion presses for the North American market. The extrusion presses will range from 500 to 8,000 tons and will feature various billet sizes and lengths according to customer needs.
Both companies are thrilled to be able to meet demand through this collaborative union. “This partnership is very exciting for the aluminum extrusion industry as there has been a need for several years,” explained Chris Kohn, vice president of sales for Belco Industries.
Founded in 1959, Belco Industries is a worldwide developer and manufacturer of industrial equipment for the extrusion and paint finishing industries. From their 70,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Belding, MI, the company serves suppliers and manufacturers of extruded aluminum automotive parts, appliances, fabricated metal, and furniture.
Based in Concord, Ontario, Canada, Macrodyne Technologies has been supplying customized extrusion equipment since 1990. The company designs and manufactures heavy-duty, high-quality hydraulic presses up to 30,000 tons, fully automated hydraulic press lines, and die handling equipment for dies and molds weighing more than 100 tons. The equipment is utilized in a variety of extrusion manufacturing operations, serving a broad range of industries, such as automotive, aerospace, industrial and consumer products, defense, construction, and more.
Both Belco Industries and Macrodyne Technologies are highly trusted in their industries and take pride in their ability to provide long-lasting, reliable, and precise equipment. Their goal is to deliver turnkey extrusion press lines that customers can use to streamline plant operations and positively impact profits.
“We’ve seen an outcry from customers to have local design, service, and supply support on aluminum extrusion lines,” said a representative from Macrodyne. “With this partnership, we can provide a North American turnkey solution with faster delivery times and rapid response for the entire industry.”