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New management control system

In 2012 we introduced a new management control system, which is now fully operative and which ensures a more effiecient production of drive axles and gear boxes for loading shovels, fruit harvesters, concrete mixers, 4x4 vehicles, axles for electric buses and ice scraping machines. During the last few months, both Softwarehouse (T.I.M.E. Srl), that has provided us with the management system, and our personnel, that had to rapidly adapt to new control rules, have worked hard.

We have gained a new and improved file storage system, that gives us the possibility to quickly find both past and present information about our rigid and steering axles and gear boxes. Each article is also identified by a bar-code, useful in making materials identification easier.
A few automatisms have been introduced in the procedures, in order to make the production of drive axles and gear boxes faster and simpler. Most importantly, we are now able to ensure a constant and precise control of all production stages from design the driven axles to the production of axles, given that each operation is now monitored in real-time.

Reports on achieved results are periodically extracted and, by analysing drifts with respect to previously set goals, it is possible for us to evaluate our performances and promptly introduce changes and corrections to ensure optimisation of operations for a more efficient priduction of drive axles and gear boxes.

The next step calls for allowing working time detection by directly connecting the machines PLCs to our servers (instead of relying on mechanical detection systems for single operators, as it is now).
It is going to be a gradual change that will enable us to improve our processing performances even further.