Equipment/Technology

Belgium: AVR opens a new assembly line

In June AVR, a manufacturer of machinery for cultivating potatoes and other bulbous and tuberous plants, officially opened its new production facility. Both drawn and self-propelled harvesters are built on the new assembly line. The chassis is coupled to a central chain that automatically pulls the machine forward. Fixed workstations are organized along this chain. Each employee has their own place, knows their assigned tasks and possesses the necessary tools, which saves time. Every workstation must complete its planned work before the drag chain is activated. This movement lasts only two minutes. More

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