High-volume manufacturing relies on automation.

A successful and defining characteristic of our business is our ability to seamlessly integrate automation so that customers receive the maximum benefits available from high-volume manufacturing. Our production cells are fully automated; from material selection at silo, right through to palletising and banding.

So, what is automation? In our case, our injection molding tools and secondary processes all feature robotic handling systems to reduce the need for human interaction.

The primary benefit of automation is that it decreases manufacturing cost however, it is also used to save energy, raw material use and to improve quality, accuracy and precision.

Decreases Cycle Time

Robotics can complete repetitive tasks quickly and efficiently, reducing downtime and improving output.

Improved Quality and Reliability

Robotic handling systems work with constant precision and ensure products are manufactured with the same specifications every time.

Waste Prevention

With high quality products being consistently molded, waste and its associated costs are reduced and maintained.

Flexibility and Longevity

Automation is extremely versatile and durable, and can be used for multiple applications.

Better Floor Space Utilization

With automation, we utilize the floor space for every product. This helps improve the efficiency of every production cell whilst contributing to the overall superior performance of our factories.

Automation ensures our customers stay competitive and responsible

By providing customers with high-volume and high-speed output, we reduce the overall consumption of material and energy, to reduce cost and minimize our impact on the environment.

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An example of dynamic automation in just one of our manufacturing cells.

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