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Our company provides hi-tech turnkey projects in the fields of electrotechnology and industrial automation.

(Source: Courtesy of VMA)

Our company provides hi-tech turnkey projects in the fields of electrotechnology and industrial automation.

The Cabinet Building Unit has its own spacious assembly shop. The project division assembles electrical distribution cabinets (we are a Schneider Prisma-approved control panel manufacturer) and automation control panels with regular internal audits on quality, cost and delivery time. The serie division is specialized in making a large series of sub-assemblies and wiresets for OEM customers.

The Infrastucture Business Unit realizes electrotechnical turnkey projects for office blocks, public utilities, logistic centres and industrial sites.
This comprises:
High- and low-voltage equipment and systems
Power distribution and distribution panels
Data transmission cabling
Fire control rooms, forms of access control and security systems
Building automation and visualization.

The Industry BU realizes turnkey projects in the sphere of industrial production and process automation 'from sensor to management level'.
Hard- and software engineering
Automation control panels
Robotics
Product development for PLC, PC, SCADA and DCS platforms.
ERP interfacing

In 2008-2009, a new electrical cabinet production area measuring about
5.000m2 will be built in Trenčín. It will employ 150 people.

VMA Slovakia
Kubrická 41, 91101 Trenčín
Slovakia
Tel: +421 32 744 08 24
Fax: +421 32 744 51 05
info@vmaslovakia.sk
www.vma.be

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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