Magnetek to Exhibit at Port and Terminal Technology Conference and Exhibition

MENOMONEE FALLS, WI –Magnetek, Inc. will be exhibiting at the 7th International Port & Terminal Technology Conference and Exhibition being held April 21-22 in Miami. Magnetek offers a variety of adjustable frequency drives, shoe and disc brakes, motors, and radio remote controls, which can easily integrate into marine terminal crane and on-shore applications.

“Magnetek’s history of supplying high quality products, in addition to our application engineering expertise, provides the diversity of experience required to deliver complete control system solutions for the marine terminal industry," said Mike Astemborski, Magnetek’s business development manager. “Because we can provide products with such advanced features, ease-of-use, reliability, and safety, Magnetek is the ideal company to partner with for marine terminal applications.”

Magnetek’s IMPULSE AC digital drives provide unmatched performance, versatility, reliability, and safety for marine terminal applications. The Company’s Mondel® braking systems are designed with advanced features that make them ideal for applications requiring reliable braking with minimal maintenance and downtime.

Magnetek’s pendant pushbutton stations provide optimum control and performance in lightweight, ergonomic designs. The Company’s festoon systems are ideally suited for a variety of heavy-duty applications operating in harsh environments.

Finally, Magnetek’s radio remote controls are lightweight, comfortable to use, and include a wide array of customizable features. They are designed to meet the needs of a variety of applications, increase productivity, and enhance safety. Magnetek product and industry experts will be available in Booth 21 to answer questions about all of these products, as well as the Company’s complete control panels and motors.

For more information about Magnetek’s power control solutions for marine terminal applications, visit

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