Many companies who are market and/or technology leaders in their business areas have already chosen us as their key partner to maximize machine efficiency, safety, and environmental friendliness.

Agrifac Machinery B.V. is a Dutch company specialized in agricultural machinery. Agrifac's goal is to be the number 1 manufacturer of quality machines for crop protection, sugar beet harvesting and potato harvesting.

All Agrifac machinery has been designed taking into account the “4E’s for growers” concept. EfficiencyEconomyErgonomics and Ecological. Agrifac designs and produces it´s machines for the most optimal working conditions for the operator, the entrepreneur, supplier and the environment. “For growers” refers to company´s target group, Agrifac customers like to grow for the future, developing and trying to grow their crops in most economical way, to make more profit.

Agrifac uses Epec controllers in their sprayers and in their newest sugar beet harvesters.

Metso Minerals is a world-leading industrial company offering equipment and services for the sustainable processing and flow of natural resources in the mining, aggregates, recycling and process industries.
Metso uses Epec control solutions in state of the art machines for global aggregates markets.

Pellon Group Oy represents Finnish new technology know-how in dairy farming and agricultural systems. Pellonpaja uses electronic control systems manufactured by Epec in their automatic dairy farming systems. This improves their customers' efficiency and increases safety.

Sandvik Mining and Construction offer the world’s widest range of equipment for rock drilling, rock excavation, processing, demolition and bulk-materials handling. Machines operate in very harsh environments where heat, vibration, dust etc. require engineering and component selection that are able to meet these tough challenges. SMC uses Epec control systems in various machines.

Ponsse manufactures environmentally friendly and effective forest machines for the cut-to-length method of mechanized logging and also produces wood harvesting-related information technology. Epec is a key supplier of Ponsse's information and control system solutions.

Tana's mission is to provide customers with cutting edge technology in solid waste management combined with state-of-the-art control and monitoring systems. The objective of this mission is to improve our customers' business and enable them to increase revenue - from waste to value. Tana products are distributed in more than 70 countries in four different continents.

Avant Tecno manufactures high quality compact multi purpose loaders and attachments  in Ylojarvi, Finland. The strong Avant loaders are designed and manufactured  following customer needs, in order to give best possible performance in a multitude of jobs. The model range consists of  machines destined for heavy duty professional use, as well as for demanding do-it-yourself hobby time work.

Husqvarna Construction Products, part of Husqvarna AB, is a world leader in machinery and diamond tools for the construction and stone industries.

For example, Husqvarna´s demolition robot DXR 310 is controlled by PLCopen programmed Epec control units and it is extremely accurate and efficient also in sensitive environments. Remotely controlled demolition robot DXR 310 is a great example how intelligent steering and control systems are becoming more and more common also in the smaller machines. Epec control units create an extremely durable control system, perfect for typical demolition work in tough situations involving lots of vibrations, concrete dust and water.

Kabus Oy manufactures buses and coaches exclusively for Koiviston Auto Corporation. The first express coach was built in 1977. Koiviston Auto’s 80-year experience of bus traffic operation is one cornerstone in Kabus chassis and body design. Meeting the user demands means passenger comfort and safety, but also optimized fuel economy and low maintenance costs.

Kabus Oy and VTT has developed a hybrid bus, which power source combines an electric motor with a combustion engine. Thanks to the lightweight structure and intelligent mobile control system of the hybrid bus, the attainable reduction in exhaust volumes and fuel consumption is up to 40–45%. The vehicle logic unit  specifically designed for the bus determines when each motor will be used and in which proportion.

Stinis Group

No other spreader manufacturer has such a far-reaching history as the Stinis Group. With the Research and Development department in The Netherlands, and manufacturing plants in the Netherlands and Singapore, Stinis has developed and produced over 50 different types of lifting equipment. After more than 170 years, the black smith company of Arie Stinis has become a true global player and a specialist in designing, manufacturing and servicing a wide range of container handling equipment and special custom built handling gears of the highest quality.