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    2015

    Velomat moves in a new plant. Due to the market expansion and businees growth Velomat moves in a new bigger facility. The new plant is located in Santa Teresa di Spoltore, not far from the old one and has a net surface of 3500 sqm.

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    2012

    TES becomes VELOMAT and continues the business in high-performance assembly automation systems, relying on the same management and technical resources. (“VELOMAT” was previously the brand of the standard assembly machine platforms developed by TES).

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    2010

    TES develops the first continuous motion machine which combines the technology of continuous motion machines and free pallet lines for the assembly of lotion pump with a high-speed assembly and a sophisticated tracking system of semi-defective pallets.

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    2009

    TES makes an innovative continuous-motion assembly line with a speed of 600 parts/min for lotion pumps.

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    2008

    TES enters the ceramic fuses sector with two Velomat-based assembly machines for Ferraz Shawmut (now Mersen), a world leading company in the production of electrical devices located in France.

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    2007

    TES enters the caps sector with fruit juice caps, designing an assembly line for Tetra Pak. The line combines a robotic technology for the demoulding of the parts to be assembled, a pallet line conveyor and a high-speed Velomat-based assembly machine. TES produces the first assembly machine that reaches 1000 pcs/min.

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    2005

    TES enters the Brazilian market with a Velomat-based VP4 pump final assembly machine for Valois Brazil.

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    2003

    TES developes I-Flex, a Linear Base Machine with free pallets technology. The new platform is used to make an automotive battery terminal assembly machine for MTA, a leading company in automotive electrical devices. TES enters the connectors sector building two connectors’ assembly Velomat-based machines for Tyco Electronic Belgium.

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    2002

    TES enters the closures sector making a complete continuous motion line for Guala Closures, a world leading company in liquor security closures production.

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    2001

    TES reaches the speed of 1.000 pcs/min with a leakage-test machine.

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    2000

    TES builds the 10th machine working with a VELOMAT 1000 module with a speed up to 80 cyclesminute.

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    1999

    TES develops its first index standard assembly module (VELOMAT 1000).

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    1998

    TES develops a flex feeder with parallel kinematic robot.

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    1997

    TES enters the electrical sector with a high-speed bulb-holder assembly machine.

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    1996

    TES incorporates the first integrated control with vision system on a continuous motion machine with speed up to 300 pcs/min.

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    1995

    TES develops the first continuous motion machine with a cycle of 300 pcs/min. The machine in still fully operational.

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    1994

    TES enters the pharmaceutical sector making a nasal dispenser assembly machine for Dispray (now Aptar Chieti (NYSE: ATR)). Giacomo Marini becomes a TES Chairman.

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    1992

    TES enters the electronic sector making an automatic mouse assembly line in Cork (Ireland) Giacomo Marini (co-founder of Logitech) becomes a TES investor.

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    1991

    TES has become the main micro-pumps machine supplier of Aptar Chieti (NYSE: ATR).

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    1989

    Europe Packaging and SAR, (now Aptar Chieti (NYSE: ATR)), form TES, a company dedicated to assembly automation.

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    1988

    EP enters the assembly automation sector and the cosmetic sector by developing the first continuous-motion machine for the assembly of a cosmetic pump.

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    1986

    Joining experiences, a group of professionals in industrial automation founded the Company EP, “Europe Packaging”. The company was born in the automotive sector designing and manufacturing machinery for the handling and processing of automotive rubber components.