engineering and manufacturing project
Build and benefit from a high-performance manufacturing plant.
Building or upgrading a manufacturing facility is the true test of how complex such a project really is. The investments in time and money are significant, and mistakes are not an option. As your manufacturing engineering partner, Merkur offers the solution best suited to your challenges and requirements, and supports you every step of the way. Nothing is left to chance when it comes to increasing your plant’s capacity and productivity.
Your business needs are many and complex. That’s why our experts analyze and qualify multiple scenarios for you. They evaluate technical feasibility and costs and benefits and determine your return on investment. The option selected is then optimized to generate maximum added value for your company.
Our experts pay special attention to the design, optimization, and modernization of your production equipment, tooling, and jigs. At Merkur, our priority is to develop the best, most reliable solution for your needs at the best possible cost. And that means ensuring your equipment is safe and efficient so that it produces quality products without fail.
Integrate new technology where it pays off! Automation allows you to reduce repetitive and stressful tasks so you can redirect employees to more crucial and profitable work.
Introducing robotics, automation, and process control technologies into your production line will:
- Make your operations more efficient;
- Reduce your labor costs;
- Add value to the work your teams perform.
It takes attention to detail to consistently produce quality products. Our experts ensure that your processes are exemplary and repeatable. They develop tried and tested assembly and manufacturing procedures, quality control processes, and simple and efficient tooling and jigs. This custom-tailored approach is your guarantee of quality manufactured products with every project we deliver.
Our experts are always ready to support your operations. Working hand in hand with your teams on the shop floor, they help solve technical problems and quality issues and contribute to continuous improvement.
Manufacturing simulations help you choose the best scenarios, validate assumptions, and visualize the results. Simulations are often used to test different models and illustrate the real impact your manufacturing project will have on operations, They help you optimize your plans in order to maximize performance and minimize risk.