GreenLine

GM Technology invests in the development of the GreenLine

Workshop performance improvements drive more development of the GreenLine thanks to increase the equipment production and employee satisfaction

Our commitment to a circular model specialized in offering remanufactured printing equipment has made our workshop grow in volume of work and in personnel.

For this reason, GM Technology has invested in bettering facilities, technical equipment and expanding the technical staff of professionals. They are exclusively dedicated to our GreenLine remanufactured product line.

Since March 2021, improvements have been made in the organization and operation of the GreenLine Workshop.

One of the most relevant has been to change the way of working by betting on the production chain that allows saving time in production, automation of the remanufacturing process and high performance in the remanufacturing of GreenLine equipment.

In addition, it has invested in new equipment providing technology to the department with an ultrasound equipment that cleans the housings of the printing equipment.

However, it is the growth in the staff of the technical team that has allowed to generate more production and improve the results in the production chain.

Currently, the GreeLine workshop has 15 specialized technicians in the remanufacturing of equipment and 10 trainees led by Alberto Yerga, head of the GreenLine workshop, who tells us:

“Positivity is the motto of our workshop to create a good work environment”, “We are a great team of professionals; but now we are better organized

“We have become 15 people in the workshop and that improves productivity ”

His second on board, Juan Jiménez, head of the workshop, explains that “The division of jobs has significantly improved efficiency, we do the same process as before but better planned”

“We have managed to improve the level of production, going from 10 -12 machines up to 30 teams that we do now ”

GREENLINE WORKSHOP IMPROVEMENTS

  • Productive chain: The separation of the remanufacturing process into different phases so that each worker performs a specific task. The phases are check 1, check 2, remanufacturing, cleaning, test 1 and test 2.
  • Improvements in the distribution of the Workshop
  • Expansion of new incorporations and personnel in practice. A new team of specialists in unit remanufacturing has been created.
  • Restructuring and expansion of the workshop with more meters and with more workspaces.
  • New ULTRASOUND EQUIPMENT. A washing train with three tanks for washing, rinsing and drying the equipment housings.

GreenLine

A multi-stage ultrasonic cleaning equipment for your printer elements, the TierraTech 3-well cleaning equipment wash debris on multifunctional and printing equipment, getting a more efficient cleaning. Cleaning of casings with three tanks

In summary, our GreenLine remanufactured product line offers the highest quality to our customers thanks to a rigorous remanufacturing process that meets the goal of not generating more waste by using resources in a more sustainable way.

“The most cost-effective and sustainable printing solution on the #MPS market today is GreenLine machines powered by R-OEM toners.”

 

 

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