Plastic Automation Engineering Inc.
Delivering Tomorrow’s Technology TodayTM
When It Comes To Finding a Reliable Partner, We Are The One You Need!
Why? Because we know the plastics industry in Canada. We know how it works, we have lived its ups and downs for several decades, and we are confident in its future. We represent the equipment and technology required to make your company successful. Not only that, but we are trustworthy, reliable and dependable. You can trust us, you can rely on our equipment and services, and you can depend on our commitment to you.
If you are a manufacturer of consumer plastic parts, call us now. If you use injection molding to supply specialized plastic parts to the automotive, medical or pharmaceutical industries, contact us without delay. If you are a recycler in need of shredders, granulators or pulverizers, request information from us right away.
Delivering Tomorrow's Technology Today
The technology we represent aligns with the major trends in the industry and today’s societal demands. For this reason, our products incorporate the most advanced and reliable technology available on the market today. This means that many years from now, the equipment purchased through us will not become obsolete. On the contrary, it will perform reliably and bring you constant profits as today.
Agile Manufacturing is the largest 3D printing service bureau in Canada. Three-dimensional printing, aka additive manufacturing, is the newest tool for rapid prototyping, reverse engineering and reproduction of legacy parts.
Services provided by us
PAE is well connected with several financial institutions that offer financing packages for industrial equipment.
Once you decide to buy from us, we will facilitate the financing of your purchase to suit your particular needs.
Installation and Startup
No matter how advanced the equipment is, if it’s not properly installed and setup from the beginning, it will never reach its peak performance.
This is where we come in. PAE technicians or manufacturer’s specialists will assist with the installation, initial setup and startup of your machines.
You can count on our first class technical support and service. We’re just a phone call away from you.
Regardless of your location in Canada, our technicians will come on site as soon as possible.
Any plastics machinery will perform as good as its operators. The higher its level of automation, the more knowledgeable the operators must be.
This truth requires that training of the operators be considered as investment in people, rather than a production expense.
As you modernize your manufacturing facility, we will work with you from the onset to help you sell or trade-in the existing equipment you no longer need.
Our connections in the plastics manufacturing industry, both in Canada and US, should guarantee that your redundant machines will get a fair price on the used-equipment market.
Why Choose Us
We see the business relationship with you, our customer, as a win-win partnership based on trust and mutual interest.
We believe that win-win attitude should be the foundational stance for all fruitful and long-lasting relationships between humans and business entities.
As we build reliable partnerships with you, we’re also committed to using to your advantage the dependability of the technology offered by our principals.
Which are the elements that make a technology more dependable than other? Here they are: the design and construction of the machine, plus the supporting systems and structures around it.
Technical support and service make the supporting structure of your equipment.
One of the main features of plastic products manufacture is that in most cases it’s a day and night operation.
The machines must be capable of running day and night to meet the production schedule and be profitable to the owners.
When it comes to pricing, PAE Inc. believes that the best way to judge an investment in production equipment is not to label it as high or low, but rather by assessing the value it brings to the owners.
The proper question to ask is “what’s the return on investment?”, not “what the price of the machine?” The lower the return on the investment, the better the value of the production asset.