HAMILTON, ON, June 18 /CNW/ - Allied Innovations Inc. ("Allied")
announces that it has completed the expansion of its office space to include
the property acquired from Dominion Power Press Equipment Limited.
In early May of 2009, prior to the auction of the shop equipment, presses
and tools, Allied made a successful bid to acquire the intellectual property
of Dominion Power Press Equipment Limited ("DPPE").
Allied has secured the job files, make and model numbers, equipment
serial numbers, electrical schematics, mechanical clutch and brake conversion
drawings, preventative maintenance schedules, parts lists and mechanical
alteration histories from work performed by DPPE over the years.
Allied's President, Judy Davis said, "right now we are seeing presses,
equipment, controls, feeds and conveyors of every make and model being sold at
auctions, purchased by equipment resellers or moved within companies from
facility to facility. Our clients and other manufacturers will benefit from
this information being organized and accessible."
Ms. Davis added that, "If you are a manufacturer in Ontario who now owns,
or acquires in the future, any equipment, controls, light curtains etc that
were sold by, or serviced by DPPE, we can assist you. Allied's technicians can
upgrade or integrate into these systems and provide you with a revised
schematic. As machinery rebuilders and maintenance specialists we can supply
the replacement parts you require".
ALLIED INNOVATIONS INC. is an equipment integrator, machinery rebuilder
and reseller for the metal stamping industry in Ontario and Manitoba. Allied
Inc. employs specialized millwrights and electrical technicians to perform
upgrades, maintenance, repairs and rebuilds on most equipment found in today's
metal stamping/manufacturing facilities. Allied also provides clients with
full-scale guarding solutions and will either upgrade existing equipment or
design customized industrial controls to meet the CSA Z142-02 Standards.
For further information:
For further information: Judy Davis, President, (905) 481-4090 or visit