Antil sheet metal processingClick image to enlarge

Bystronic has announced that it is acquiring 70 per cent of the shares of Antil S.p.A.

The company says the majority shareholding in the Italian specialist in automated sheet metal processing will enable it to expand its existing range of technologies and services in the field of automation.
“With Antil S.p.A., Bystronic can now offer complementary solutions for the loading and unloading of cutting systems, corresponding storage systems, and services, ” Bystronic said in a statement about the acquisition.

Bystronic believes Antil is a complementary additionClick image to enlarge
Antil S.p.A. is headquartered in San Giuliano Milanese (Milan). It specializes in the development of automation solutions for the sheet metal processing industry. Its portfolio includes loading and unloading systems for laser cutting and punching machines, automated sheet metal storage systems, robot-assisted bending solutions, and customer services.
Bystronic says the Antil brand will be maintained.

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