Coldwater Machine Company, a leading engineered solutions company that manufactures and integrates assembly automation and special machines for a variety of industries,has entered into a sales relationship with Parmerison Corp., a company specializing in the design and integration of small- mid-size automated systems. Parmerison, led by president Jim Adamski, will focus on expanding the sales of Coldwater’s turnkey automated solutions in Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin, as well as representing the interests of Coldwater’s cooperative partner Pro Systems.
“Jim’s automation experience across an array of applications and industries is a good fit for us while our experienced in-house team of designers, engineers and assembly technicians can help boost his portfolio,” said Coldwater’s Dan Barry, vice president of sales and marketing. “It should create an exciting synergy.”
Coldwater is recognized for developing flexible and agile automation systems that can accommodate product and model changes, helping to reduce future retooling and operating costs. It has experience in delivering turnkey solutions that include robotic, servo-controlled motions, laser welding and ablation, all joining technologies, friction welding, metal forming, bending and piercing.
Our core business over the years has evolved from precision machining to providing dies, fixtures, and gages, and to providing turnkey automated systems for the Aerospace, Appliance and Automotive industries that include a wide range of flexible and agile metal forming and fabricating solutions.