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Business Operations Redesign of the New Die Casting Plant 2021 of Came

Editor: Nicole Kareta

Came, a specialist in components for electric motors, windings and aluminum die casting, has redesigned the layout of its die casting plant. The aim of these measures was to bring delivery speed and operational flexibility more in line with customer needs.

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With this new layout, Came has two next-generation 4.0 smelting furnaces that allow the employees to manage multiple 875271alloys efficiently and increase production capacity.
With this new layout, Came has two next-generation 4.0 smelting furnaces that allow the employees to manage multiple 875271alloys efficiently and increase production capacity.
(Source: Came)

In expanding the plant, Came has prioritized the logistics aspect to speed up loading and unloading and improve operational efficiency. To do this, the company expanded and improved the die storage and maintenance part to increase operational flexibility and provide an ad-hoc die management service.

With this new layout, Came has two next-generation 4.0 smelting furnaces that allow the employees to manage multiple alloys efficiently and increase production capacity. They have distributed the press areas with robots to improve product unloading automation and make it easier to recover production waste with a focus on sustainability.

The company has achieved the goals they set themselves in 2020 and, for 2022, they want to achieve new sustainability goals for their human and production processes.

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