Hasco Invests in the Future
Hasco invests in the future with future-oriented production processes and certified quality management so that customers benefit from a clear lead and competitive advantages.
Hasco has invested in the expansion of its modern machine fleet. The company aims to create additional production facilities, enabling it to implement individual customer wishes. Particular focus has been placed on the more comprehensive processing of steel plates, up to 1000 mm in size, for the construction of injection molds.
The company's simultaneous investment in two high-performance machining centers from Burkhardt + Weber (BW) has boosted its commitment to its Lüdenscheid site, as well as to the promise it made to its customers regarding production.
The decisive factors in the choice of the two BW MCC 800 machining centers were not only their compact dimensions but, more particularly, their high precision in machining steel. After extensive test runs on different makes of machining centres, the decision was taken to purchase the BW models.
One key advantage of the BW machines is the robust design, which enables high-precision and rapid machining of plates, while ensuring maximum quality and cost-efficiency.
The investment enables the company to achieve higher-performance and more flexible production at its headquarters in Lüdenscheid. This marks a further step in the ongoing process to provide even better and faster deliveries of stress-relieved steel, precision standard parts and ready-to-install system components to moldmakers.
Future-oriented production processes and certified quality management ensure that the company’s customers benefit from a clear lead and competitive advantages.
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