L3 ExMac meets the highest standards available for material handling and mechanical handling. Our ethos is to not just to meet all standards specified but to exceed them. We pride ourselves on providing our customers safe, secure, high-quality services and installations. We have been assessed and accredited for the following management systems, products and approved partner recognitions:
L3 ExMac Automation, the UK’s leading supplier of materials handling systems completed all four phases of a major contract to upgrade the the Chivas Brothers’ palletization and automatic dispatch (PAD) facility in Dumbarton. The project, for one of Scotland’s largest bottling plants with storage for more than 10,800 palletized loads, is expected to achieve a 50% increase in output.
L3 MacDonald Humfrey and L3 ExMac design and deliver assembly line for high-performance engine At Ricardo
L3 MacDonald Humfrey Automation and L3 ExMac Automation collaborate to deliver Ricardo's 600m2 state-of-the-art assembly facility to build a new high-performance engine.
CHEP, the global leader in pallet pooling, subcontracts a number of its UK pallet conditioning facilities to partners such as Unit Pallets Ltd (UPL). Working together CHEP and UPL completed the build of a new 1500 m2 facility in Grangemouth, Scotland.
The Grangemouth plant is the first CHEP plant in Scotland operated by UPL, with capacity for processing 4.3 million pallets per year.
L3 ExMac Automation, the UK’s leading manufacturer of material handling equipment, supplied conveyor systems for two new cab finishing lines at the JCB Cab Systems plant in Rugeley, Staffordshire.
JCB, the family-owned manufacturer of construction, agricultural and groundcare machinery produces more than 300 different products on five continents in some of the world’s finest engineering factories.
UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), Harwell, Oxfordshire
The Nuvia group was tasked to decommission the UKAEA site at Harwell in Oxfordshire and transform it into a world-class centrr for excellence in science and innovation. As part of the overarching project, Nuvia was contracted to design and build a nuclear waste encapsulation facility at Harwell that could transport stainless steel drums containing intermediate-level radioactive waste (ILW) through the process.
L3 ExMac Automation’s priority is to resolve issues as quickly as possible when a request for assistance or parts is received. Response is immediate, and with the ability to call on a wealth of experienced engineers and a vast stock of standard component parts, we are able to provide a first class after sales support.
With years of experience maintaining and servicing automated materials handling systems for some of the world’s leading organisations, we can confidently claim that L3 ExMac’s after sales support is totally focused and second to none.
Over the past 20 years L3 ExMac Automation’s engineering team has gained valuable knowledge and expertise in designing and supplying automated guided vehicles (AGVs).
An AGV system provides automated transportation based on driverless vehicles. Systems can be designed to suit a variety of operations.