Two gigapress 9,000 tons at VOLVO CARS
IDRA SECURES CONTRACT FROM THE SWEDISH CAR MANUFACTURER TO DEPLOY 9,000 TONS GIGAPRESS IN SLOVAKIA.
Idra Srl, a prominent player in the automotive manufacturing industry, is thrilled to announce a significant milestone in its journey toward innovation and sustainability.
The company has been awarded a prestigious contract by Volvo Cars to install two 9,000 tons GigaPress machines at a greenfield site in Košice, Slovakia. These state-of-the-art machines are set to revolutionize the automotive manufacturing industry and position the brand’s new plant in Košice as a strategic hub for GigaCasting.
The 9,000 tons Giga Press, among the largest die casting machines in Europe, represents a remarkable leap forward in automotive manufacturing technology. This cutting-edge equipment will enable the production of complex and lightweight vehicle components with precision and efficiency, paving the way for enhanced vehicle performance and safety.
Furthermore, this collaboration underscores a commitment to sustainability in European manufacturing. The GigaCasting process is inherently eco-friendly, reducing waste and energy consumption, and aligns perfectly with Volvo Cars' dedication to sustainable practices. This project is a testament to the drive for innovation and the determination to minimize environmental impact in the automotive industry.
Idra's Italian innovation has played a pivotal role in leading the revolution in automotive manufacturing. Their expertise and forward-thinking approach have been instrumental in the development and implementation of the Giga Press technology. The collaboration with the brand exemplifies the company's dedication to driving progress in the industry.
The success of this endeavor highlights the importance of partnerships in achieving shared goals. The cooperation between Idra and Volvo Cars, as well as the support of local stakeholders in Slovakia, has been key to the project's progress. Together, they are forging the path to a more sustainable and technologically advanced future for European automotive manufacturing.