INDIANOLA, IOWA — Cemen Tech, the world’s largest volumetric concrete mixer manufacturer, has been announced as the 2020 Prometheus Award Winner for Manufacturing Technology Company of the Year. Finalists in this category included Pella Corporation, Sukup Manufacturing Co., Vermeer, and Wells Enterprises.
The most prestigious recognition for Iowa’s technology industry, The Prometheus Awards presented by LWBJ celebrates leaders from technology, business, education and government for the year’s most momentous innovations. The awards acknowledge individuals and companies impacting Iowa’s over $10 billion technology industry, which accounts for almost six percent of the state’s total economy and employs over 92,000 workers. Finalists and award winners epitomize great talent, solidifying Iowa’s reputation as a technology state.
“We are proud to win this award because it shows our commitment to technology in our ever evolving manufacturing process, our proprietary technology development for our equipment and first in our industry technology for support,” said Connor Deering, CEO / president. “ACCU-POUR™ for real-time concrete production monitoring and Cemen Tech CONNECT, an industry exclusive web-based video technical support system, are two examples of how we are leading our industry to provide technologies that support our customers’ businesses .”
ACCU-POUR allows real-time production monitoring for volumetric mixers, providing users a comprehensive view of their concrete business operations, and is designed to impact operations of all sizes, giving users more control over their business than ever before. This cloud-based productivity solution can be used on any brand of volumetric concrete mixer.
Cemen Tech CONNECT allows real-time video field support at the push of a button. Users are immediately connected to a field support expert via live video calling, who can then assist with troubleshooting, part identification, field evaluations and more. Live multi-party video calling gives users the ability to share content (pictures, video, parts manuals, etc.) across multiple screens, and on-screen annotation allows users to draw, point or circle right on the screen for simplified communication. Field support experts can then provide information for any necessary parts or problem resolution.