Our Kolb Cubimat milling center was getting on in years and urgently needed modernization. With our retrofit specialist, the company Klüppelberg GmbH & Co.KG from Kerpen, Germany, and our internal project team the Kolb Cubimat was successfully updated.
We are looking forward to producing many interesting parts on the new machine.
We have renewed and upgraded our locking system. Instead of several keys for different doors, one badge is now enough for access.
Outer and inner doors are controlled by the locking system. Employees now have only one badge, which can be used to open doors as well as to stamp working hours. The badges can be flexibly coded for individual access. If a badge is lost, access can quickly be blocked with a few clicks to deny entrance access to unauthorized persons.
Bike to work is a Swiss wide health promotion campaign. Each year more than 70,000 commuters pedal to work and back home by bike for 2 months. Through bike to work, about 2400 companies strengthen their staff's team spirit and fitness, while supporting sustainable mobility practice.
We are looking forward to the challenge in September and October, 2020.
Ready, steady, bike.
The installation of large screens directly at the workstations to retrieve and call up relevant production data such as drawings, inspection reports and order data has begun.
The use of hand-held scanners is also a step towards end-to-end digitisation.
Further steps will follow. We will keep you informed of our priorities.
WERMA-WIN is a solution for the recording of machine data to
The various signal lights provide a real-time overview of the operating status of all connected machines.
Two bending machines were successfully accepted by customers this week. The MEWAG bending machines were manufactured with a high internal vertical range of manufacture in our plant in Ursenbach.
MEWAG Saphir 60, is used by a Swiss customer for bending fuel lines.
MEWAG Saphir 100, is used by a German customer for bending stainless steel tubes in a chemical company. The acceptance test was carried out by video.
We cooperate with our good client and partner Evac OY at very different levels to get the best results. Our assembly specialists, who assemble the equipment under factory conditions and know the customer's products through and through, have sailed on cruise ships in the USA under special agreements, replaced the components of wastewater treatment systems on ships in ports and assembled the equipment in shipyards. In this industry every minute counts and practical knowledge is invaluable.
From the 17th to the 27th of February, the head of our assembly department, Andus Sulg, was sent to the Fincantieri shipyard in Palermo, Italy. His task was to check the condition of the water treatment system to be installed on board of cruise ship Windstar Breeze, which was in the dockyard for maintenance, and to plan further activities. Our company received the order to install this system.
Andrus had to coordinate the assembly work of local workers. He managed to assemble the components inside the MBR device and prepare the device for the welding work. He did this with the help of two only Italian-speaking employees and a Swiss knife. The work of welders, transport workers and assemblers had to be coordinated as well. Andrus found himself gluing plastic pipes, turning screws, measuring and looking for the necessary details. His experience shows that things succeed when there is a will to work together.
Thank you, Andrus, for your contribution and willingness to support the customer in the best possible way and to show once again that customer satisfaction is for us a priority in word and deed!