Campisa production is managed and coordinated by a centralized MRP system that determines the start of each production cycle and all purchasing.
All the components that are in stock are registered, located and entered into the MRP system for simple and automatic search and retrieval, thanks also to the use of bar codes on all parts and items produced. The use of bar codes has eliminated all retrieval and dispatch errors.
The entire Campisa production process conforms to the specifications of the quality manual which was checked and certified to the ISO 9001:2008 quality standard.
Campisa uses good quality glossy sheet metal for those parts that must be welded and spray painted, and zinc plated or pre-painted metal sheets for all those parts that are assembled with screws nuts and bolts.
Automatic production lines include punchers that straighten and punch out parts, eliminating the occurrence of shavings almost totally. Parts are subsequently folded using robotized press breaks.
Welded products are subsequently taken to the electrostatic spray painting plant which has a capacity for 17 spraying stations. The cycle consists of degreasing, phosphating, a primer coat, a top coat of a two-component epoxy paint and final drying in the oven. Two-component epoxy paint is the most resistant to the passage of fork lifts. Zinc coated or pre-painted parts do not require further finishing.
Campisa production is very diversified and assembly requires various specializations. Mechanical assembly of dock levellers, high-speed door and dock seal frameworks. Electromechanical mounting of electro-hydraulic controllers, mounting of coupled transmitters and receivers for wireless connections.
Many details are tested live. For example, the cylinders used for the production of FIDELITY are tested along the entire run of the sliding gate. Consoles – electro-hydraulic controllers – are 100% tested after being installed, including their earth connection in conformity with the requirements of the applicable regulations. This enables Campisa to guarantee its customers top quality products that are tested and safe as well as being aesthetically impeccable.
There are two warehouses: a production warehouse for parts that are currently needed in the production cycle and a general warehouse. All products, semi-finished and finished products are bar coded and allocated a shelf location. The warehouse is managed by an MRP system that prompts action to reorder or produce an item as soon as its stock level falls below an established threshold.
All Campisa products have spare parts available for a minimum period of 10 years from the date they were supplied. Delivery times for spare parts depend on the complexity of the ordered part: if the part is a standard component, then the spare part is delivered immediately, if on the other hand the part was custom made then delivery will involve the few days that are necessary to produce the item in question.