Industrial EquipmentOctober 20, 2023

Who assembles the robotic lines?

The enormous complexity of modern vehicles means assembly line design is a specialist business. One Czech company is helping automakers optimize their manufacturing layouts.
Avatar Lindsay James

Did you know that the average car has around four thousand welding points? And typically there are about 30,000 parts to assemble? This complexity makes assembly line design a specialist task.  

One company that thrives in this area is Chropyňská Group. Established in the Czech Republic in 1992, Chropyňská Group works with major automotive companies including Audi, BMW, Opel, Porsche, Škoda and Volkswagen to not only optimize the layout of their assembly lines, but to also select the appropriate components, integrate automation technology, test the lines and then deliver the final setup.

Following several acquisitions, Chropyňská Group had grown significantly. This meant it needed to streamline the processes and procedures across its various sites and unify its data and bills of materials to gain a competitive edge.

The 3DEXPERIENCE platform, including the Digital Equipment Continuity Industry Solution Experience and DELMIA Ortems, has helped the business move forward. Read the full customer story to discover how the platform is paving the way to more success in the future.

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