GEFOND TO INVEST IN DIGITALIZATION

FOR INCREASED COMPETITIVENESS AND PROFITABLE GROWTH

 
 
The Industry 4.0 Plan recently issued by the Italian Government launches an ambitious challenge to the Italian manufacturing industry and proposes a large programme of measures targeting better competitiveness in our Country. Among these measures are the confirmation of the 140%
Superdepreciation and the introduction of the 250% Iperdepreciation: the former promotes renewal and expansion of the existing machinery park that, according to recent surveys, is obsolete; the latter addresses technological and digital evolution of the firms in compliance with the Industry 4.0 model. This measure aims at promoting and spreading a network of interconnected systems both within the same factory and between a factory and external systems.
 
GEFOND offers the manufacturing industry a comprehensive and integrated range of products and automation technologies – such as WOLLIN and AED (die lubrication systems), FOUNDRY4 (dosing furnaces), GREEN BOX (die thermoregulation central units and free coolers) e INSERTEC (melting furnaces) – which meet the requirements of the Industry 4.0 Plan.
 
All GEFOND systems have advanced software management PLCs, can be adapted to the different communication protocols used in every single diecasting cells and comply with the European security directives.
 
Fault monitoring, diagnosis and remote control are available and can be integrated to the different corporate systems. GEFOND’s technologies are equipped with state-of-the-art energy saving systems that are performing and sustainable and, as a consequence, economically- and environmentally-efficient.
 
GEFOND faces the market challenges by supplying innovative and integrated technologies as well as specific competences aimed at increasing customers’ competitiveness and sustainable growth for improved flexibility and process efficiency while reducing time to market and streamlining process control.
 
 
Metef 2017: Hall 4 Stand B08
 

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