As a leading supplier of value-added machinery and technology for the metal packaging industry, Stolle has alliances with a number of other machinery suppliers. We have a history of experience and a solid working relationship with many companies who supply machinery and systems that run in line with our machinery. Whatever it takes to meet our customers’ can and end production goals, Stolle has the knowledge, resources and connections to get the job done.
Stolle is part of the Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork™ program, which includes business enterprise, sales and solutions, and product and technology partners. Through collaboration with Rockwell Automation, Stolle helps its customers improve time to market, lower total cost of ownership, better manage assets and lower manufacturing business risk. For more information, visit
Infotech Enterprises provides leading-edge engineering solutions, including product development and lifecycle support, process, network and content engineering to major organizations worldwide. With more than two decades of continuous growth, Infotech leverages a "Global Delivery and Collaborative Engineering Model" to achieve measurable and substantial benefits for their clients. Infotech adopts a proactive approach to serve their clients by providing access to their team of 8,100+ engineers working across 30 global locations, including their best-in-class delivery centers in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. Infotech’s clients span multiple industries including Aerospace, Consumer, Energy, Medical, Heavy Equipment, Rail, Semiconductor, Telecom and Utilities and include 22 Fortune 500 and 27 Global 500 blue chip organizations.
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Stolle Machinery has been a leader in new innovations, new technologies and new products for many years, and has a team dedicated to new product developments in both metal forming and metal decorating. This team has expanded Stolle's R&D resources by teaming up with several colleges and universities to explore new ways to use technology to revolutionize product development. By working with these schools, Stolle is able to explore new technologies and develop processes never before used in can body and end manufacturing.