Posted October 20, 2015
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma- Maxcess, a global leader in innovative products and services for the web handling industry, today announced the sale of REM manufacturing to Associated Machine Design of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Purchased by Webex in 2010, Maxcess has sold all assets, intellectual property and the brand.
“This acquisition fits with our vision to provide high quality web handling equipment solutions,” said Jeff Taylor, CEO of Associated Machine Design. “REM is a proven slitter rewinder system with a solid customer base and we look forward to serving the needs of existing customers and building new relationships moving forward.”
All quote requests, including new machines, rebuilds, spare parts or any other REM needs will now be will be handled by Associated Machine Design.
“This divesture of REM is consistent with our desired focus on being a one-stop-shop for web handling components,” said Greg Jehlik, CEO of Maxcess.
About Maxcess: Maxcess helps the web handling industry maximize productivity with convenient access to innovative products and services worldwide. By bringing together the leading brands of Valley Roller, Webex, Fife, Tidland and MAGPOWR, Maxcess has built an unrivaled network of application experts with more than 240 years combined experience to help customers improve efficiency and production quality anywhere in the world. Visit them online www.maxcessintl.com.
About Associated Machine Design: Associated Machine Design, Inc., located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, is an OEM supplier of standard and custom paper finishing equipment that includes winders, reels, unwinds, calenders, roll handling equipment and other specialty engineered solutions primarily serving the pulp, paper, tissue, board and non-woven markets. AMD provides new equipment solutions along with upgrades, process improvements and rebuilds for existing equipment. Associated Machine Design provides engineering services, field service support, operator and maintenance training, and machine audits for process and safety. Visit them online www.associatedmachine.com or for additional information contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 712-0050.