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Automation of production processes with a focus on Transition 4.0 and environmental sustainability

The project, sustained by the funding, enabled made it possible to:

  • optimize the production process by reintegrating the skills and production of external machining in-house, leading to decreased waiting times for finished product components
  • reduce production and process lead times
  • improve delivery times
  • improve the quality and tracking of manufactured products
  • increase employees’ digital skills
  • Contribute to environmental sustainability by mitigating CO2 emissions through the restriction of outward and return transportation of semi-finished products to third-party processing facilities.

With the implementation of an Energy Management System, in accordance with UNI CEI EN ISO 50001:2018, the necessary strategies have been put in place to analyse energy consumption, to activate energy performance plans, targets and indicators, to reduce consumption and to identify opportunities to improve energy efficiency.

By adopting an Environmental Management System and obtaining UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 certification, the company has equipped itself with dynamic tools to be effective and useful to the corporate structure in order to eliminate or reduce risks due to the variability and complexity of the context, UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 applies a Risk-Based Thinking logic to the analysis of organisational processes and Environmental Impacts with a Life Cycle Assessment perspective.

The company wanted to give more space to the environmental aspects and impacts related to its processes and products in order to ensure sustainability and improvement of environmental performance over time with a view to reducing waste and related costs.