The future belongs to self-learning robots that interact with human beings, explains Yoshiharu Inaba, Chairman and CEO of Fanuc, the Japanese robot and controller manufacturer. With robots, the entrepreneur seeks to handle future growth. And locally networked managers are intended to help them do so.
Automobile Dacia SA, OMV Petrom Marketing SRL and OMV Petrom SA lead the top of the largest Romanian companies in terms of the 2015 turnover, being the only ones in the local economy to cross the RON 10 billion threshold, according to an analysis by the Ziarul Financiar.
More than 100 projects worldwide: Data mining and RFID increase productivity in ABS/ESP braking-system manufacturing by one-quarter Increase of productivity by 10 percent, reduction of storage in production by nearly one-third Increased competitiveness and transparent processes through Industry 4.0 in the production units from Cluj and Blaj
Mepro Utilaje is one of main Romanian companies specializing in the sale and servicing of CNC machine tools for metal splinting. Established in 2010 as a Dutch owned company, it is a branch of Mepro Industrial Sourcing of the Netherlands and brings Western experience and approach towards the metal working industry to Romania.