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The Vauché group has been a key player in the environmental chain for 155 years. Both designer and manufacturer of equipment dedicated to the environment, the family business provides solutions in all areas of the waste sorting and recycling. The company’s aim is to imagine the future today to make the industry move forward.
“A company submerged in digital transition"
Vauché initiated its mutation several years ago to be able to benefit from IT as a lever for growth and competitiveness. Gaetan Mangel, company Design Office Manager says that the digital transition was a necessity to ensure the company’s sustainability. Businesses need to integrate digital working to be competitive in the face of the competition: “It is imperative to be part of this mutation to avoid falling behind the competition. To remain effective in our field, we must follow the movement or be ahead of it" explains Mr. Mangel.
“Innovative solutions in the service of the company’s performance"
Vauché has put many solutions in place to perform its digital transition. It has currently 17 Solidworks licenses. The company opted for this 3D design software capable of providing high performance to gain in efficiency and optimize its working time. Gaetan Mangel says: “Today, we have solutions that allow us to produce 3D drawings and no longer make detail drawings of the manufacturing process. We simply create the 3D and the manufacturing is then done automatically. These solutions allow us to design our products more quickly and acquire precision in our drawings. “
The use of IT was essential for producing drawings, and also for order and purchase management. For this, the company has also invested in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in order to automate nomenclatures, purchases and orders. “This management tool was essential to automate repetitive tasks. This allows us to save time and be more efficient" explains Gaetan Mangel.
Vauché wants to go further in the implementation of solutions for autonomous operation of factory machines: “We want to propose to customers to be alerted when machines show deficiencies. The aim is to ensure preventive maintenance on some machines and anticipate faults and potential breakdowns. “To achieve this, the Design Office has implement research on "the sensing of vibration or temperature on bearings to alert the operator to a potential problem on the machine. “
Beyond the functional capabilities of the tool, the support and expertise of the Integrator were essential: “Cadware is a full partner. More than being a simple license seller, Cadware accompanies us and supports us when we have difficulties. We follow the evolutions of Cadware software and we shall continue this collaboration" concludes Gaetan Mangel.
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