Automated Materials Handling

Lenoch Engineering design and manufacture automation solutions for industrial materials handling, helping customers achieve greater productivity, efficiency, and repeatability, time and time again.

We offer a variety of products, tailored to the existing systems used by clients, to increase the automation of operations, including:

  • Automotive assembly and test automation
  • Friction roller, chain and belt conveyor systems
  • Full turnkey mechanical handling projects
  • Gearbox, crankshaft, axle and conn rod automation
  • Cylinder block and cylinder-head machining line automation
  • Component storage and buffer store systems
  • Software design, development and commissioning
  • Assembly conveyor automation and manual work stations
  • Postal automation systems, postal chutes and monorails
  • Wooden pallet automation and test machines
  • Special purpose machines and component fixtures

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    Lenoch Engineering is at the forefront of automated materials handling solutions, leveraging state-of-the-art technology such as Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs), Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and CNC machinery to design and manufacture custom automation solutions. As the exclusive UK representatives of ATIS products, we supply some of the world’s most ergonomic industrial manipulators to a diverse range of clients, enhancing efficiency and safety across various sectors.

    Our team of experienced engineers conducts thorough site surveys, employing 3D scanning technology and CMMs to generate detailed point clouds. This advanced approach allows us to precisely navigate the unique parameters of any site environment during the design and installation of automation systems, ensuring a perfect fit and optimal functionality.

    Furthermore, we provide comprehensive delivery and integration services for our automation products, adhering to strict timescales and using Lenoch’s own transportation vehicles to guarantee safe and reliable delivery. Our commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction ensures that every project is executed with the highest level of precision and care, from initial consultation to final integration.


    Materials handling refers to the work in industrial factories, warehouses, and distribution centres where goods such as products and materials are transported, stored, and controlled. This process can include manual, automated, and semi-automated processes. Automation within materials handling is the use of computer-based systems to make processes automatic.