ELOCOM PROYMEC ASSEMBLY S.L.
In its expansion in manufacturing plants, ELOCOM has taken new and strategic steps. In addition to the factories in Burgos in 2000 and ELOCOM ITALIA srl in 2012, this year, ELOCOM PROYMEC ASSEMBLY SL Villarreal (Spain) has been inaugurated.
The project is based on designing and creating teams, dealing with some basic aspects such as quality, safety, reliability, accessibility, convenience and communication, that are always present in ELOCOM supplies.
In order to unite all these aspects in any of the equipment (baggers, palletizers, fillers BB`s …) ELOCOM has a group of technics and engineers with extensive knowledge of the latest advances in technology.
ELOCOM has an experience of more than 25 years exporting, and is aware of the needs that require some markets. Thanks to this experience and close collaboration with the company Proymec Castellon, SL (Proyectos y Mecanicos Levante, S.L.), the decision of exploiting synergies founding a new plant in which projects are developed together has been taken to provide a comprehensive solution, for storage systems, transportation and handling of solids and for bagged and palletized products.
The company ELOCOM PROYMEC ASSEMBLY, S.L. is already operational, and the production of layer palletizers and BigBag fillers has been brought to it.
With the expansion of the already existing technical office, ELOCOM has a well equipped technical office to develop and adapt the machines to the needs of each client. Currently, the 3D drawing system is used in the entire range of machines of ELOCOM.
In the plant of Villarreal, many of the tasks that were previously outsourced to external companies (machining, metalwork, painting, etc …) are made in the workshops of 3,000m2; this has improved the reaction time to urgent requests or last minute changes.
Nowadays, the most important new development projects being carried out are:
– Big Bag fillers for micronized products at high speeds.
– New layer palletizer to 11 layers / minute at height (new lift).
– Robot palletizing bags at high speeds, up to 1,500 bags / hour (with several units and mounted 2,015)