Simple but accurate and reliable ways to store and convey parts. This is what most industrial plants require to run their operations in the smoothest and most efficient fashion.
Even as early as 1886, electrical equipment pioneer Bosch had a nose for fresh new ideas. And today, this global company, with sales totalling more than €50 billion and a staff of 300,000 in 2011 remains as committed as ever to innovation. A prime example of its passion for excellence is the Bosch plant at Hildesheim, where Interroll Dynamic Storage solutions have taken pole position in the production and assembly processes.
Three Interroll-designed dynamic flow systems – which do much more than simply store goods – were integrated perfectly into their system. All deliveries of components are received at two goods inwards ramps and transported by forklift to the direct delivery warehouse. This warehouse is divided into two pallet flow systems which are upstream of stator production and final assembly.