The company, with its long experience of working with leather, has also developed a top-quality system of gluing upholstery linings for door panels. This makes the process extremely efficient, and a strong manual component is involved.
Using an atmospheric simulator, the Quality Control Department is able to control the effectiveness of linings in any kind of environment. The acquisition of new equipment has led to a high degree of automation in the cutting and utilisation of leathers, making it possible to get the most out of the raw material.
Commitment to automation, which, together with the cutting and sewing of the leather, and the development of processes that optimise team productivity, mean that the company is well-placed in the market with prices that are truly competitive.