Carbures in support of the community, through its PEMEX client, made a significant donation of 200 luminaires for street lighting, with the LED Street Lights certificate, to the State of Guanajuato in Mexico.
The donation is the result of a business relationship, according to the framework of the contract signed with PEMEX since 2015.The donation, made on December 19, will benefit more than 3,000 people, who can count on public lighting, thanks to the contribution made by Carbures-Civil Works, to the State of Guanajuato. Celso Ventura, Project Coordinator of Carbures Civil Works, and Margarita Torres, Human Resources Manager, delivered the presentation to Alberto García Coria, General Manager of Material Resources and General Services, of the Secretary of Finance, Investment and Administration of the State of Guanajuato, in the presence of Juan Carlos López Puga and Carlos Alberto Jauregui Rodríguez, representatives of PEMEX.
These initiatives are framed, within the Carbures Corporate Social Actions policy, in all its positions in the world.
In 2017, Carbures has expired 18 years as company. We have reached the adult age. This has been one of our best years. A year of consolidation as a Company, of stability, of organic growth, of launch of new projects and of technological innovation.
Throughout this year we have traced the path we are going to take in 2018. The jump to the Continuous Market responds to our new business reality of the Company. Our industrial capacity is much greater than we had when we went to MAB five years ago, our internal structure is very reinforced and we enjoy a solid global positioning as a manufacturer of pieces and structures in composite materials for the Aerospace, Automotive and Civil Works. Therefore, the growth that we have achieved in the last two years, place us in a clear position to jump to the Continuous Market as a natural step to continue growing as a Company. The second challenge we are already working on is to reinforce our position as a leading Company in Industry 4.0, through collaborative robots, intelligent linear systems and the sensorization of composite structures of compound materials.
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!
This week La Voz de Cadiz has organized a conference of 'La Mirada Económica' in which they gave some of the keys to what has come to be called ' Industry 4.0 ' were given. Our CEO, Borja Martínez-Laredo, participated in them, where he talks about the guidelines that must be followed for the modernization of companies and not lose the train of the future.
Industry 4.0 is the complete digitalization of the value chain through the integration of the data processing technologies, intelligent software, robots, and sensors, including suppliers and customers throughout the production process in order to predict, control, plan and produce intelligently.
Carbures has been involved in this transformation for months and is positioned in this Industry. Across the automated systems, they have been implanted in our plants. The investment in these systems is an element of competitiveness absolutely necessary as this year was demonstrated on having gained the contract with SABCA, a Tier 1 Belgian of world reference. One of the projects in which Carbures is already working in the cloud computing with which a reduction wants to achieve a reduction in costs, time and efficiency in our factories.