Aylesbury Automation


Introduction:

       Aylesbury Automation Limited is a well established and securely financed British company, privately owned and at the forefront of technology. The factory is located in Aylesbury and combines all the necessary resources under one roof, with a total floor space of approximately 12,000 sq.ft.

The Company:

       With its origins in The Bifurcated & Tubular Rivet Company (circa 1892), Aylesbury Automation Limited was first formed in 1960. Aylesbury Automation quickly grew to become the leading automation company in the UK - a position it still maintains. The company is a fully resourced business which offers a total package of highly knowledgeable and experienced sales, design, workshop and service personnel, who combine together to provide the most viable solution to our customers manufacturing problems - all soundly based on ISO 9001:2008 accreditation. The company has also been accredited with the Investors in People award, through which the contribution made by all personnel is recognised and their development and training is maintained.

       It follows therefore that a culture of continuous improvement in people and product is adopted and this enables the business to adapt quickly and manage inevitable change, thereby maintaining its leading position.

Company Expertise:

       Over the company's long history, it has responded to market place requirements and gained vast experience in the application of factory automation throughout almost every type of industry, and tackled almost all their associated manufacturing problems - from solving production bottlenecks to increasing capacity and reducing costs. These solutions range from a tooled vibration parts feeder through to automated feed systems, assembly equipment and special purpose machines. The company's core products include a full range of sophisticated vibratory parts feeders, linear feeders and rivet setting machines, supported by additional ancillary equipment. The business runs a full IT capability, with networked computer systems and sophisticated CAD stations.

Company Aims:

       The Company consults with each customer to provide the most viable and economic solution, to solve each specific manufacturing problem. By installing high quality equipment, built by best practice, to help make industry more competitive.

Awards:

The company has been awarded the following accolades:

1989 First registration of BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 - Quality Management System 

2000 First registration of Investors In People 

2000 Aylesbury Business Excellence Awards - First Place International Trade Award 

2003 First registration of BS EN ISO 9001 : 2000 - Quality Management System 

2004 Apprentice Young Learner 2004 - Foundation Modern Apprenticeship Award

2007 Accepted for membership of The British Automation & Robot Association

2008 Accepted for membership of The Confederation of British Metalformers

2008 Bucks Ambassadors Awards - Innovation Award

2009 Accepted for membership of The Process and Packaging Machinery Association

Professional Associations:

  • PPMA
    The processing & Packaging Machinery Association is the UK's trade association for suppliers of processing and packaging machinery to the UK market and represents over 350 member companies.
    Its principle objective is to promote sales of machinery, both at home and abroad, through various projects and serives of mutual benefit to both members and their customers by providing free technical and machinery information and advice.
  • CBM
    The Confederation of British Metalforming (CBM) is the leading trade association for all UK manufacturers of fasteners, forgings, pressings and fabrications, offering both business support and representation at the highest level for the metalforming industry.
  • BARA
    The British Automation & Robot Association (BARA) provides a voice for the Robotics and Automation Industries, when dealing with government, industry, financial and academic institutions. The aim of the BARA is to promote the use of, and assist in the development of Automation in British industry.
  • EAMA
    The Engineering and Machinery Alliance (EAMA) is an 'umbrella' organisation of like-minded associations that represent SME manufacturers. We act in concert on certain common lobbying issues and other representational activities.
  • BSI
    The British Standards Institute (BSi). ISO 9001 is by far the world’s most established quality framework, currently being used by over ¾ million organisations in 161 countries, and sets the standard not only for quality management systems, but management systems in general. It helps all kinds of organisations to succeed through improved customer satisfaction, staff motivation and continual improvement.
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