SAPA wins America over for the second time thanks to the One-Shot® Method, the world’s fastest method to produce more lightweight car parts, the only method that guarantees endless productivity.
Last week I told you about this year’s edition of Plastics in Motion and how glad we were to take part as guest of honour.
As you know, it is a prestigious event worldwide in the plastics sector, which is fundamental for us in our daily strive to innovate cars.
I want to share some of the pictures with you because I know how important it is for you to be up to speed with the latest technologies on the market.
Today I would like to show you some excerpts from the video that was filmed while SAPA was giving the presentation we were invited for.
Mr Alfonso Molaro R&D Specialist at SAPA in his speech voiced the new challenges ahead of the company from the Campania region; the company, despite having deep roots in the region, also has a well-established international presence, which makes it the flagship of the Italian automotive industry.
One of SAPA’s main objectives is to reduce the number of work phases to speed up production.
The One-Shot® Method, i.e. the method created and patented pending by SAPA, is the world’s fastest method to produce parts with:
- Less weight;
- In shorter time;
- Less waste;
- High quality performance.
If you and your company have set yourselves these objectives, then you can’t miss this video.
Because I know how important it is for you to find reliable and advantageous solutions, I can already tell you that you will find concrete examples of how we managed to produce parts with just one single press stroke, thus eliminating a whole series of issues that made our production slow.
This innovative system that is capable of revolutionising the classic production process was met with keen interest.
If you find the video that I am about to show you valuable, you can ask our customer care service for the full video of our speech: they will send it to you within 24 hours.
Here is a teaser that I think will be of interest to you.
Executive Director and Member of the Board of Directors at SAPA