The scope of delivery included 2 return parallel cullet transport lines for 5 lines, including two colouring ones, together with a batch house. We designed, manufactured, and installed the equipment with controls and visualisation.
It was a challenge because solutions had to be adjusted to existing buildings, and the deadline was short. However, there were a few things that made our job easier, such as very good cooperation with the client.
At the bidding stage, we made a simple and yet exceptionally functional 3D model of the plant, and such a model enabled ourselves and Stölzle engineers to find the optimal solution to satisfy their requirements. Each plant has its own characteristics, and you cannot just apply a common solution. You have to make an effort to listen carefully to what the customer is saying. I believe we made it.
Using limited financial resources, we delivered a world-class batch house.
This company is an important customer, developing as fast as our cooperation. We intend to keep that cooperation for as long as it is possible.