Our close collaboration with Siemens

Siemens as the world leader in the automation technology is forced to their products up-to-date. This is the reason why the renovation of existing products gets quicker and quicker. The manufacturer needs to sell and establish new products in the market to replace the obsolete products. Very often that is not possible because of prices or to technical reasons. SINTRONICS is your partner who either repairs your used components or who replaces the obsolete products from their own stock.

SIEMENS approved the competencies of SINTRONICS and led to the fact that SINTRONICS offers trainings and seminars about “maintenance” for their customers together with the engineers of SIEMENS.  Due to this long-lasting cooperation SINTRONICS was officially allowed to use the SIEMENS-logo on their website.

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Our partners

All manufacturers in the automation world are forced to keep their product range up-to-date. This is the reason why the renovation of existing products gets quicker and quicker. The manufacturer needs to sell and establish new products in the market to replace the obsolete products. Very often that is not possible because of prices or to technical reasons. SINTRONICS is your partner who either repairs your used components or who replaces the obsolete products from their own stock.

SINTRONICS is your partner for the long-lasting support of current and obsolete components and modules. So we help you with our technical competencies to have your plant and machines available within shortest practible time and to speed up the return-of-investment.

Siemens, Fanuc, Heidenhain, Indramat Bosch

Contact

Address for delivery and invoice

SINTRONICS GmbH
Konrad-Zuse-Ring 34
D-61137 Schöneck
Germany

Availability

Tel:

+49 6187 99413-0

Fax:

+49 6187 99413-10

e-mail:

service@sintronics.de

Business hours

Mo – Fr

07:30 – 17:00 h

Our Headquarter and central warehouse

Only 20 km away from the metropolis Frankfurt/Main, centred in Germany and Europe, with first-class connections via air, train and autobahn