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Hydromat Inc. and Motch & Eichele/Ultra Tech Machinery Create New Company, Hydromat-RE

Hydromat-RE, a new company from Hydromat Inc. and The Motch & Eichele Company/ Ultra Tech Machinery Inc., location has been established in Cuyahoga Falls, OH.

Hydromat Inc., St. Louis, MO, and The Motch & Eichele Company, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, have announced the creation of a third entity, Hydromat-RE Inc. This new company will specialize in the refurbishing, re-tooling and selling of Legacy Hydromat Rotary Transfer machines. Legacy style machines are the original hydraulically controlled machines that Hydromat Inc. started to import into the U.S. during the 1970s. Both Motch & Eichele and Hydromat Inc. are contributing intellectual property, R&D assets, engineering capabilities and other resources to Hydromat-RE.

Most Legacy Hydromat machines are still in service in some capacity, so the marketplace is always in need of re-build and re-tools services. Hydromat-RE will provide everything from used or reconditioned parts, all equipment needed for a manufacturer's re-tool and full rebuild turnkey machines for selected projects. Brokering of used machine sales will also be a service Hydromat-RE staff members will offer. "We believe that Hydromat-RE has the potential to bring a new spirit to the Legacy machine business," said Bruno Schmitter, President & CEO, Hydromat Inc. "This team has all the experience and knowledge to make a positive impact within the marketplace."

Willie Eichele, a business leader with over 30 years of experience in the rotary transfer industry, has been appointed as Hydromat-RE's President. "I am very excited about the possibilities that we can realize through our new Legacy rotary transfer company," said Eichele. "We aim to develop novel approaches and technologies at our one-stop shop to help improve the solutions our customers require." To this end, the company, which has deep expertise in the Legacy machine technologies will offer: used machines, re-builds and re-tools of customer's existing machines, component repair and testing, new Legacy parts at competitive prices, durable tooling packages and machine installation & training supported with factory documentation. Adding to the depth of the organization is the addition of Russell B. Diemer for the position of Technical Sales Director. "We are very lucky, Diemer brings decades of end-user Hydromat experience to our organization," said Eichele. "His knowledge will be a great benefit to our customers."

One goal of Hydromat-RE is to develop new technologies in partnership with Hydromat Inc. and Motch & Eichele to advance the Legacy machine user's capabilities. With products such as the EPIC RS and EPIC SS packages Hydromat-RE will add CNC technology to existing Legacy machines. "My goals and objectives all revolve around finding new ways to increase our customer's competitiveness by supplying them quality Hydromat Legacy machines and related services," Eichele added.

"Our name speaks for itself. We are a group dedicated to action and to making a difference in how the precision rotary transfer aftermarket is supported and advanced," remarked Matthias Walter, Exec. V.P. & CSO, Hydromat Inc. "By maximizing the distinct capabilities of these two market-leading companies, Hydromat-RE is able to access 40 years of expertise to deliver innovation at economical pricing."

Hydromat-RE's location has been established in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, home of the Motch & Eichele Company.

For more information contact:


297 Ascot Pkwy

Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223


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