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For a long time material handling systems such as Flexpipe, were known only by the automotive industry and later became popular in the aerospace industry. Today more and more industries have started to adopt the pipe and joint systems as they have quickly improved productivity and efficiency. We are proud of our customer’s projects and we want to show you what the best in their fields have accomplished with our help.
If you are still hesitating about implementing a modular handling system in your business and if you are looking for examples in your area of expertise or to just understand what worked for others here are some case studies crafted by our team for you!
In the manufacturing sector, buying custom workstations from a catalog can be very expensive and, sometimes, the structures can’t even be reused for other purposes on the production floor. For this reason, Minus Forty began using a modular system a few years ago. However, who knew the entire factory would be using it a short time later!
When Air 2000 was acquired by the Aldes Group in 2010, the company was renamed Aldes Canada. It subsequently moved to a 35 000-sq. ft. facility and took advantage of the opportunity to upgrade its equipment. To respond to the growing demand for its products, the company’s goal was to double its production in its new location and become an excellence center thanks to research and development projects for the Aldes Group. Estimated reading time: 4 min.
Back in 2012, WATERAX's Montreal facility made plans to adopt a new floor layout, but there was a lot of old equipment that needed to be swapped out or changed. The company decided that it needed to adopt a material handling system in order to produce this new adaptable floor layout that it desired as a means of improving its efficiency and its organization. Estimated reading time: 4 min.