Banner Partners with the Automotive Industry
OEM and Tier 1 part suppliers from around the world rely on automation control products and solutions from Banner Engineering to meet the demanding requirements of applications in the Automotive manufacturing industry.
Our broad selection of sensor and safeguarding solutions help companies improve quality, manufacturing efficiencies and productivity, while being robust enough to withstand the harsh production environments associated with automobile manufacturing.
Banner’s experience in the assembly and manufacturing of automobiles and automotive components is a core competency which is apparent in our continually evolving product designs and company success. From the stamping, molding and welding of parts for interiors/exteriors, steering systems and powertrain to the complex assembly of subcomponents and complete automobiles, Banner provides solutions that enhance your production processes and give you a competitive edge in the global market.
Tradeshow27 - 29 May, 2018
SNEC 12th (2018) International Photovoltaic Power Generation and Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition [SNEC PV POWER EXPO] will be held in Shanghai, China, on May 28-30, 2018. It was initiated by Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association (APVIA), Chinese Renewable Energy Society (CRES), Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), Shanghai Federation of Economic Organizations (SFEO), Shanghai Science & Technology Development and Exchange Center (SSTDEC), Shanghai New Energy Industry Association (SNEIA) and jointly organized by 19 international associations and organizations including Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)
Segments of the Automotive Industry
Banner partners with Tier 1 automotive components suppliers to develop products and solutions that ensure consumer satisfaction and safety while facilitating world class productivity to deliver low cost products in high volume to brand OEM customers.
Error proofing, process efficiency and machine safety are key concerns in the body shop. Banner has an extensive selection of products and technologies that ensure assembly quality, protect operators from hazards, illuminate work cells and signal the status of operations.
Used in the Press Shop, Banner products solve challenging applications. From laser sensors used in difficult error proofing applications to safety controllers that simplify safety device management, rely on Banner for solutions that improve productivity, enhance worker effectiveness, and ensure operator safety.
Products and solutions from Banner Engineering help powertrain plants improve manufacturing methods and reduce expenses by providing users and machine builders with better value for many applications on assembly lines and in machining areas.
Banner solutions are used extensively throughout final assembly areas at auto manufacturing facilities around the world. Our products help auto manufacturers ensure assembly quality, increase productivity and process efficiency, while reducing operational expenses and production downtime.
Banner solutions increase productivity and monitor critical processes in the paint shop. From detecting vehicles and components to enabling remote monitoring of equipment and the environment, Banner has the products and industry expertise to keep the facility running at full speed.
Featured Success Stories
An equipment manufacturer builds test and measurement machinery for the auto industry. Operators access machine systems through the control cabinet. Intense illumination of the cabinet facilitates machine maintenance and management. Multiple AC powered fluorescent light fixtures had been used for this task.Read More
American Hoffmann Corporation chose WLB32 LED light bars to illuminate work areas, enclosures and control cabinets, replacing fluorescent light fixtures. The superior light distribution offered by the WLB32 LED lights lights, as well as the ease of installation were key factors in the company's decision.Read More
Prior to installation, engines and transmissions are coupled together on the assembly line. A worker using a hand held bar code reader scans the QR code on each transmission. The codes are small, have minimal quiet zones and are dense with embedded information. Additionally, the bar code readers have a limited range. Combined, these factors made scanning the QR codes difficult, adding time to the assembly process and diverting labor resources.Read More