Company Overview of Pro Mach, Inc.
Pro Mach, Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells packaging and processing products and solutions for automotive, fixtures, pharmaceutical, beverage, furniture, printing/publishing, dairy, health, beauty, aids, solar, energy, food, hardware/tools, toiletries, food, disposables, household, goods, toys, electronics, nutraceuticals, and textiles industries in the United States and internationally. The company’s products include retort and sterilization solutions; heat shrink sleeve labeling, tamper evident banding, and stretch sleeving equipment; end-of-line packaging solutions, including case packers, shrink wrappers, and robotic equipment; conventional palletizers, robotic palletizers, case ele...
6279 Tri-Ridge Boulevard
Loveland, OH 45140
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for Pro Mach, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
President of Identification and Tracking Business Unit
President of Primary Packaging Business Unit
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Pro Mach, Inc. Key Developments
AXON Launches Loudness Logging to its Compliance Recording System TRACS
Aug 15 14
AXON's compliance recording system TRACS has been enhanced with a loudness logging and monitoring option. This loudness logging and monitoring option, according to the ITU-R BS.1770-3, EBU R128, ATSC A/8 or ARIB TR-B32 standards, will enable monitoring and logging of loudness measurements of all audio channels on TRAC S
recorders (including existing installations) without additional hardware requirements. During the real-time encoding process, before audio compression, all relevant audio loudness levels (up to 8 stereo pairs) are measured, driven by the advanced Emsytech Hummingbird® loudness meters. Measurements are stored in the MPEG stream, for synchronized loudness monitoring, and in separate loudness data files for easy (automated) detection and retrieval. During live play or playback of the recorded content, the Momentary, Short-term and Integrated measurements are shown in audio bars, in sync with the video. The course of the loudness levels during a user defined period of time can be shown in a loudness history graph. This graph also shows a calculated Integrated Loudness level over the user defined period and can be exported to a .png, .pdf or .csv file. Besides monitoring and logging, the TRAC S loudness option also makes the compliance recorder function as an integrity checker for loudness levels. Loudness violations can be reported by means of e-mails or via SNMP statuses as well as visual statuses in the client.
Pro Mach Appoints Andy Monroe as Vice President of Product and Market Development for Its Bottling & Capping Business Unit
Jul 16 14
Andy Monroe has been appointed Vice President of Product and Market Development for Pro Mach’s recently established Bottling & Capping Business Unit. The business unit coordinates engineering, manufacturing, marketing, and sales efforts of the Fowler Products, Zalkin, and Federal Mfg. divisions. The business unit functions as Pro Mach’s nucleus for expanding the company’s range of solutions associated with bottling and capping consumer packaged goods, dairy products, juices, beverages, spirits, pharmaceuticals, and industrial products. Monroe has worked as Sales and Marketing Manager of Fowler Products for the past 14 years. He joined Fowler in 1984 as a Technical Specialist for water purification systems after earning a B.S. degree from the University of Georgia in microbiology. He moved to the sales department in 1987. Monroe’s new duties include leading the development of marketing strategies for new products and collaborating with the divisional sales and marketing managers to plan and implement their sales goals.
Jordan Reportedly Plans To Sell Pro Mach
Jun 20 14
The Jordan Company, L.P. is exploring a sale of Pro Mach, Inc. that could value it at close to $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. Jordan is working with Barclays Plc as it prepares Pro Mach for a sale process, the sources said. According to Reuters, representatives of Jordan and Pro Mach did not immediately respond to requests for comment and Barclays declined to comment.
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