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Success in special purpose machine production at Videoton

VT ASYST 03VT-ASYST Kft, the Videoton member company dealing with the design and production of special purpose machines, handed over a new production line to the Japanese owned Denso Gyártó Magyarország Kft.  The experts of the company made the production equipment in close co-operation with the customer, based on Japanese design.
The special purpose machine production became an independent company within the Videoton group this January. Last year the business unit accomplished more individual special purpose equipment and three stations of a new production line to the Székesfehérvár site of Denso. The particularity of the project is that the earlier versions of the production line were produced in Japan, this was the first time that part of it was made in Hungary.
The function of the machine is the laser etching and visual checking of the diesel injector produced. The whole implementation of the project – starting from the production and assembly of the mechanical parts of the equipment through the localisation of the design up to the installation – was done by VT-ASYST’s engineers supported by Japanese colleagues from Denso.
The extent of the order is beyond 70 million HUF.
Based on the positive feedback received from Denso, VT-ASYST trusts that the company may have the chance for the production of further parts – or even the whole – of the production line.
The customer already indicated its need for another production line of the same type. There is one further (100 million HUF) line – following the design, already in production phase – for Denso.
The co-operation between the two companies started in year 2000, and since that the Videoton company has supplied several production lines for the Székesfehérvár factory of the Japanese company.
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