In the mechanical components sector, any collaboration between CASSIOLI and its customers was a contribution of experience and knowledge relevant to a specific market segment or a particular technology. In this way it is generated over time add value to all customers. The above enables companies to rely on consultants CASSIOLI actually competent in the issues of automation and handling for the metalworking sector. State that any production or distribution process is automated and that simultaneously brings an added value would be wrong. There are clearly some industrial contexts (even the mechanical sector) where the automated solution does not improve efficiency. But in other cases, the benefits are present and quantifiable. Besides, it would not be justifiable, for example, the behavior of some customers CASSIOLI that after many years continue to choose elaborate systems such as automatic warehouses, assembly lines, interlocking systems and automated vehicles.
In any new system CASSIOLI careful analysis of the operational process identifies the elementary operations as well as the correlations and their duration. As part of customer loyalty, the solutions offered are intended to be less stringent as possible. In the case of production lines, our products have high flexibility to gradually shift from the assembly manual to automated, without downtime and with the depreciable investment in no time.
One of the strengths of CASSIOLI is the ability to be available to make his own the needs of companies seen as partners. This tune created with the client allows you to create a perfect match to the needs of the logistics system considered. It ‘clear that such an approach requires a high amount of expertise and experience with regard to the usual problems of logistics in the engineering field. In any new system CASSIOLI the careful analysis of the operational process identifies the elementary operations as well as the correlations and duration. This way you can assign functions to workstations by aggregating different elementary operations in view of the objectives expected productivity of the system, flexibility and compactness of the station, specific automation of particular stages and balancing of the entire line (or assembly production or packaging).