Your roll container is developed and produced as follows:
- Your requirements provide the point of departure for developing a roll container.
- A list of requirements is drafted in close consultation with one of our project managers.
- Our product developers transfer the list of requirements into our CAD system to become a 3D drawing.
- After evaluation and a few minor adjustments, if any, the 3D drawing is converted into a 2D drawing package.
- If desired, the drawings are used to build one or more prototypes to test the roll container in practice.
- Once approved, we make the welding moulds and punches required for manufacturing the roll containers.
- The machine processing of the basic material starts as soon as the moulds and punches become available.
- The processed components are then welded and galvanised.
- The galvanised components and the other parts, such as castor wheel sets, are assembled into a complete roll container on our assembly line.
- A full quality control inspection is the final step, rounded off by giving each roll container a unique barcode if required.
- The roll containers are delivered to the address you indicate.
- Our project managers supervise the entire process and keep you up to speed on progress.
- An evaluation is held after delivery.
Our project managers are always available to answer your queries and discuss our working methods.