D Mecatronics Inc. Web Page - http://www.dmecatronics.com
Video - Proprietary fully integrated production lines produced by D Mecatronics
Due diligence synopsis
D Mecatronics Inc. is supplying components, integrated systems and robotic modules to the world's top ten automotive suppliers. Through independent subsidiaries The Company offers sector and technology specific solutions to enable our customers to dramatically accelerate, time-to-market, and revenue. To date, the Company's primary activities include design, build and installation of tube related automated systems used by automotive parts and assembly suppliers. The Company is currently offering products such as Seat Frame Systems, IP Tube systems and Integrated Bend - Weld Systems for the automotive industry.
The company’s primary goal is to achieve superior financial results by building a high quality portfolio and an outstanding leadership team while following a sustainable business model. Its long term objective is to become a global enterprise through aggressive new product development, international expansion, and acquisitions. D Mecatronics offers technology specific solutions to help customers dramatically accelerate production, lower operational costs, and increase revenues. The company’s automated systems can reduce manufacturing time from a few minutes to a few seconds as well as reduce retooling time from several weeks to several days.
D Mecatronics Manufacturing Automation group has a wide range of experience and a proven track record in the design and assembly of custom equipment for manufacturing. D Mecatronics experience ranges from single workstation semi-automated equipment to fully integrated production lines. Their engineers, designers, technicians, and project managers, work together with representatives from their customers company and provide the team effort necessary to achieve the best solution for their particular needs.
D Mecatronics can also supply instrumentation to automate a test or monitor a process. Site planning, safety factors, logistics, power requirements and ease of maintenance are carefully considered in the design phase and fully integrated into the production of our customers systems.
All systems are run and debugged under production conditions prior to shipping. As part of D Mecatronics total solutions approach, D Mecatronics provides factory installation and start-up assistance, operator training, mechanical and electrical field service and complete documentation along with a factory warranty.
The auto parts area is divided into three tiers of original equipment manufacturers (OEM’s), which supply automotive manufacturers with parts for new vehicles, and the aftermarket parts suppliers, which manufacture parts for used vehicles.
The automobile industry is one of the largest sectors of the global economy. In 2006 global automobile components sector was valued at over 1.6 trillion and the global automotive parts and equipment sector was valued at almost 500 billion by a market research firm.
The global automotive manufacturing industry operates in an increasingly aggressive marketplace whose performance is tied directly to performance of the large and growing retail automobile industry. The top six companies in the global manufacturing industry are General Motors (GM), Toyota, Ford, DaimlerChrysler, Volkswagen and Honda and of those D Mecatronics Inc. have produced machines which supply parts and components for FIVE of the top six manufacturers in world.
The automotive industry marketplace is the nation’s largest manufacturing industry. It is a mature, steadily growing marketplace with an estimated value in the hundreds of billions. The nation’s automotive manufacturing industry is tied to the U.S automotive industry, which is considered the largest automotive retail marketplace in the world. The U.S automobile manufacturing industry continues to be dominated by the Big Three U.S automakers – GM, Ford, and DaimlerChrysler;
One of D Mecatronics Inc’s major customers has earned the number one position on Fortune Magazine’s America ’s Most Admired Companies list. The company was designated an Industry Champion within the Motor Vehicles and Parts category and is also a recognized global leader in interior experience, building efficiency and power solutions. The company provides innovative automotive interiors that help make driving more comfortable, safe and enjoyable as well as ranked among the 50 best U.S. manufacturing companies for 2005.
D & R Technology Inc. Web Page - http://www.dnrtechnology.com
D&R Technology Inc - A wholly owned subsidiary of D Mecatronics Inc
D & R is devoted to customer satisfaction through best in class technology application. Developed partnerships with market leaders enable us to collectively leverage our respective strengths and deliver total solutions to our customers. DMTN designs and manufactures automated assembly line systems. Their clients include the world's top ten automotive suppliers.
One of those companies was just named one of the 50 best manufacturing companies in the U.S., partly because of their robotic operational efficiencies. Now D Mecatronics (DMTN) is aggressively pursuing new contracts with even more of America's manufacturing leaders. Huge productivity gains from DMTN robotics systems DMTN 's automated systems can cut manufacturing time per operation from a few minutes to a few seconds. Its flexible systems can reduce retooling time from several weeks to several days. And its customers can pick up productivity savings of between 100 and 300 percent.
7669 Kimbel Street
Canada, L5S 1A7
5456 Tomken Rd.
Canada, L4W 2Z5
Phone: (905) 625 – 5111
Fax: (905)625 – 9939
Actual D Mecatronics Computer-Aided Design
D MECATRONICS INC.
March 31, 2010Part A General Company Information
Investor Relations: Dino Paolucci Jr.
Item (III) The state and date of the issuer’s incorporation or organization:
Part B Share Structure
Item (IV) The exact title and class of securities outstanding:
Security Symbol: DMTA
CUSIP Number: 233279 20 7
Common Stock: 250,000,000 authorized
Preferred Stock: None
7669 Kimbel Street Phone: (905) 672 - 7669
Mississauga, Ontario Fax: (905) 672 - 5659
Canada, L5S 1A7 Web Page:
The exact name of the Issuer is D Mecatronics Inc.
Name change history: None in the past five years.
Berardino Paolucci - President & CEO
Phone: (905) 672 - 7669 ext: 224
Drasko Karanovic - Director
Phone: (905) 672 - 7669 ext: 226
Dino Paolucci Jr.- Vice President/Director of Public Relations
Phone: (905) 672 - 7669 ext: 225
Cell: (905) 399 - 9814
Dennis Brovarone (No Shares Owned)
Attorney at Law.
18 Mountain Laurel Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80127
Telephone (303) 466-4092
Fax: (303) 466 -482
D Mecatronics senior management team is comprised of seasoned professionals who have decades of experience and success in managing and growing organizations. This knowledge and insight enables them to lead D Mecatronics Inc. in the creation of products and services that meet our customers' toughest challenges. Years of pioneering experience in diverse engineering and OEM sales/manufacturing environments have given D Mecatronics Management Team a comprehensive technology vision as well as an end-to-end understanding of the strategic business needs of its customers. Like all D Mecatronics employees, D Mecatronics leaders consider themselves an integral part of each customer's long-term success.
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Recent Pictures of the Innovate Products Produced by D Mecatronics Inc.
Actual D Mecatronics Computer-Aided Designs/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)
CAD is the application of computers in the design and manufacture of components used in the production of items such as automobiles and jet engines.
CAD is software for creating precise engineering drawings. CAM adds a computer to a machine tool, such as a drill or a lathe. CAM engineers similarly use computer modeling to determine the best overall manufacturing procedures for use in an industrial plant, including the testing and handling of finished products. Engineers use CAD and CAM together to create the design in CAD on one computer, and then transmit the design to a second computer that creates the part using CAM.
Driving Seating Innovations in the Automotive Industry and D Mecatronics (DMTN)
Automotive seat engineering is becoming incredibly complex. With the constant pressure to reduce physical prototyping costs, shorten time-to-market and comply with regulations, engineers are under tremendous pressure to maintain a competitive edge. In response to customer demand for improved driving comfort and style, automotive manufacturers are developing many new seat styles and a variety of comfort and safety innovations that have significantly increased the complexity of seat systems. With all these innovations, engineers have to manage an ever-increasing amount of information and detail. This information must be accurately captured and easily shared amongst organizations to ensure seating systems meet styling requirements and are efficiently manufactured.
In order to help engineers address these challenges, D Mecatronics has developed powerful specialized engineering software solutions specifically intended for designing automotive seats and interior components. D Mecatronics seat environments, powered by our unique technology, are the first-ever seat design applications that are fully integrated into leading commercial 3D CAD software systems. With this software, D Mecatronics engineers can:
• Increase efficiency and speed of the seat engineering and prototyping process;
• Efficiently capture all seat design data to create a complete digital product definition;
• Support all facets of the seat engineering process from styling to production;
• Provide early feedback on design and style changes;
• Verify styling criteria are met;
• Easily share seat data across the enterprise and with suppliers;
• Reduce costs and time-to-market.
CAD drawings produced by D Mecatronics represent the project pertaining to the Honda HP project (Honda Pilot)
Pictures taken at D Mecatronics headquarters as at October 18, 2007