WORKING PROCESS ITALY, AT XYLEXPO WON THE PRICE WITH MACHINE FOR PRODUCTION OF WINDOW ELEMENTS
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17 July 2018

WORKING PROCESS ITALY, AT XYLEXPO WON THE PRICE WITH MACHINE FOR PRODUCTION OF WINDOW ELEMENTS

On the occasion of the 26th biennal world exhibition in Milan for woodworking and components of the furniture industry at Xylexpo 2018 (8-12 May), Working Process presented a national premiere of one of the main workhorses: Logos Life Evo XS 2353, a work center of considerable size for the flexible production of wooden frames and doors, equipped with the most modern technologies and advanced production mechanics, capable, moreover, of maximizing the productive performances of any producer.

Hundreds of visitors crowded the Working Process stand every day, stunned to see how the Logos Life Evo XS 2353 work center minimal and essential sections, made of wood, in a single totally automated processing cycle, putting light as such system represents for Working Process, partners and customers, the ideal solution to break down the conventional size and shape limits and to avoid manual intervention by an operator on other workstations.
All of this, clearly, translates into a competitive advantage hardly replicable by the competitors of the sector, so as to be recognized by the XIA Jury (Xylexpo Innovation Award) giving Working Process the prize for the 2nd place overall in the XIA global ranking and the 1st placed as a machine for processing the massif dedicated to fixtures. “Motivation: machine dedicated to the production of elements for wooden doors and windows which, thanks to a special system for moving the piece, allows an almost continuous production, even of lot 1” (official Jury motivations XIA).
This international recognition represents a fundamental milestone and an illustrious business card within the sector. A result achieved thanks to the great passion and quality that is daily put into place by the whole Working Process Team, allowing the company to realize the TWC philosophy: “Technology Without Compromises”, a revolutionary vision of the concepts of window and machine. In this sense Working Process intends to break the patterns of the traditional “window-machine” concept, framing it not only as a mere mechanical process, but as the binomial of “product-process” that allows it to gain and increase trust and celebrity of a number always greater of partners and customers, so as to be the first choice of today and tomorrow.

Fore more information contact Mr Giordano Carrara:

WORKING PROCESS Srl
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I-29029 Niviano di Rivergaro / Piacenza / Italy
Ph. +39 0523 364075
E-mail: giordano.carrara@working-process.com

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