For decades now, Medek & Schörner has been a world market leader in cable marking machines and optical fibre processing lines. The only company operating in this market segment, Medek & Schoerner covers virtually the entire spectrum of machines for marking cables and processing optical fibres.
The product range begins with extremely simple coding machines, and extends all the way to fully automated machines using cutting-edge technology for use in high-speed production lines. The capacity of any system can be significantly in-creased quickly and easily simply by exchanging individual components. New components from Medek & Schörner are always compatible – even if a system has already been in operation for many years.
Thanks to the fact that Medek & Schörner has maintained excellent, close relations with companies in the cable and wire industry right from the word go, the company is always in touch with new requirements, rapidly developing new production concepts and continually improving existing systems.
At Medek & Schörner we believe that we are acting in our customers' best in-terests by not compromising our quality for the sake of price. After all, the excellent reputation that we have built up over the course of many decades is at stake. The result is that we are in a position to guarantee that our equipment will still be in service long after it would have been necessary to repair - or even completely replace - installations that looked like a good bargain to begin with.
So when you are in the market for cable marking machines and optical fibre coding systems, please take Medek & Schörner into your considerations.
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