About Us - Merco machines

About Us

About Us

Merco Machines strives to be your partner in machinery, every step of the way

Founded in the late 70’s, Merco Machines designs and manufactures machines and entire production lines for both the production and reconditioning of steel drums up to 900 drums per hour. Having the main focus on customer satisfaction, uncompromising quality and a competitive total cost of ownership, Merco Machines already met the needs of customers all over the world, including Europe, North- and South-America, Asia, Australia and Africa.

Relying on the know-how and experience of highly skilled engineers and technicians, we are looking forward to be your partner for the custom design and manufacturing of a whole range of steel drum production and reconditioning equipment, including drum ends manufacturing, steel drum body-forming, horizontal and vertical seamers, leakage testers, painting and silk screen printing machines as well as end-of-line equipment.

Also for being a one stop supplier for turnkey projects including decoiling, welding, ovenised curing and internal handling, or even when it comes to refurbishing or expanding existing production facilities, Merco Machines offers your company a tailor-made solution.
 
 
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We are committed to keep on satisfying our customers’ specific needs all over the world.

Controlled machine automation using custom-fit HMI and SCADA interfaces guarantees functional reliability, short changeovers, efficient and safe operation, and reduces breakdowns, downtime and maintenance costs. In order to meet the most demanding quality standards, only high quality components from selected brands and suppliers are integrated in our products.

The final training of machine operators, fine-tuning and optimisation of our machines in the customer’s plant is part of our after sales service.

Furthermore, in-house manufacturing of machine parts enables Merco Machines to quickly react to your company’s requirements for spare parts and allows Merco Machines to control, firsthand, the quality manufacturing of its products.