DPPS is a system integrator, that provides automation services for manufacturing and product development throughout the world. We serve customers in countries across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa and deliver comprehensive system solutions and services.
"DPPS" stands for DePeuter Packaging Solutions. Originally the company was founded in March 2009, as "DePeuter Electrical Solutions" (DPES). At the beginning of 2014 we split our company to differentiate our services and the name DePeuter Packaging Solutions was registered to better match our new profile in the material handling segment.
DPPS is located in Houston. Our address is 103 W Riley Rd. BLDG. B, Houston, TX 77047
About Our Services
All over the globe, as allowed by US trade laws.
Here, at DPPS, we offer a great price for each service, but every project varies depending on the required cell assembling parts. Please request a quote, It's FREE.
Here, at DPPS, we work diligently within all departments to minimize the time it takes to process and build a project. Since most of the projects we handle are custom designs, the time it takes from concept to fully build varies by order. However, we can assure you our project team will do all they can to meet or exceed your requested timeline.
There are a number of reasons why you should choose us:
- Personalized service, from initial quote to final installation to after sales support. At all times you will speak to a real person, located in the US, to support your needs.
- We offer 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year remote technical support.
DPPS can provide professional and trained installation labor for all our system, anywhere anytime. Rates are available upon request.
F.A.T stands for Factory Acceptance Test. It is a process that evaluates the equipment after the assembly process by verifying that it is built and operating in accordance with design specifications on contract. FAT at our facility in Houston is included in the quote.
Industry 4.0 is the subset of the fourth industrial revolution that concerns industry. Digitisation, automation and data collection are the key principles of Industry 4.0 that manufacturers must align themselves with. By doing so, manufacturers can improve efficiency while streamlining costs and maintaining, if not improving, the quality of its products and industrial processes.
Automation is the technology by which a process or procedure is performed with minimal human assistance. Automation or automatic control is the use of various control systems for operating equipment such as machinery, processes in factories and other applications with minimal or reduced human intervention.
Industrial automation is the use of control systems and information technologies for handling different processes and machineries in an industry. Earlier its purpose was to increase productivity while reducing the need of human resources. Today, the focus of automation has shifted to reducing human injuries, improving quality, increasing efficiency and throughput in a manufacturing process.