Rockwell lands $1.9 million order from Warwick

Warwick Chemicals Ltd., a division of Warwick International Group Ltd., has awarded a $1.9 million order to Rockwell Automation Inc. and its Global Solutions team.
The multi-phase project will replace Warwick Chemical Ltd’s distributed control system (DCS) solution with the Rockwell Automation PlantPAx process automation system to achieve a lower total cost of ownership, open connectivity with third-party systems, and improved service and support.
Warwick Chemicals Ltd leads the global market in manufacturing bleach activators for the detergent and biocides industries.
"Our current DCS was installed in 1994, extended in 1998, and then extended again in 2001. By replacing our 17-year-old DCS infrastructure, Rockwell Automation will help us meet productivity goals and aggressive process improvement plans," said Colin Ainsworth, electrical, control and instrument engineer at Warwick Chemicals Ltd.
"This win is significant because it demonstrates Warwick Chemicals’ increasing trust in Rockwell Automation as their process control supplier," said John Genovesi, vice president and general manager of the Information Software and Process Business, Rockwell Automation, which is based in Milwaukee.

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