Enhancing Your Productivity. Empowering Your Business.
Established in 1871, Parkinson Technologies is a global technology leader in high-performance web processing systems for the plastics, nonwovens, paper, and specialty materials industries. Since our inception over 140 years ago, we’ve been helping customers worldwide enhance the speed, safety, performance and profitability of their production processes while providing them with everyday peace of mind.
Flexibility: The Capabilities to Meet Your Specific Needs
The collaborative nature of Parkinson’s customer relationships requires us to have the utmost flexibility in all phases of equipment design, engineering, and manufacturing when requirements demand non-standard solutions. Our methods have been developed with agility in mind, allowing for changes and refinements throughout the process. Having all capabilities together under one roof enables us to respond quickly to your requests and to accommodate even the most complex specifications.
Performance: Equipment That Keeps You Moving Forward
At Parkinson Technologies, our success depends on improving yours. Our breadth of experience and leading-edge engineering capabilities result in rugged and reliable machinery that maximizes efficiency and output without the threat of disruption. From complete biax orientation lines to slitter-rewinder converting systems, our web processing equipment is designed to exceed the rigors of production.
Innovation: Where Revolutionary Ideas Become Reality
Performance leadership cannot be achieved by standing still. Every day, Parkinson’s seasoned engineers challenge the boundaries of technology as they develop advanced approaches to working with plastics, nonwoven, and specialized materials. We’re committed to continuously pursuing inventive new ways to make our customers’ businesses better and their lives easier.
Parkinson also supports our customers in the development of new materials. Our in-house technology labs provide the ideal setting for industrial innovation, allowing you to test our equipment, conduct R&D trials, and produce commercially viable samples for test marketing.