Related to coronavirus

Dear customers and suppliers,

Due to the current situation caused by the spread of the COVID-19 virus in our country, Teymasa has decided to cancel all visits to our facilities as well as the movement of its staff. These precautionary measures are adopted following the advice of the health authorities and in the confidence of preserving the health of both workers and customers and suppliers.

The means have been set up so that all Teymasa personnel can continue working from home, except for the production plant where a protocol has been established, strictly following the recommendations of the health authorities.

We appreciate your understanding and remain at your disposal through the usual contacts:

  • Sales & Marketing mdoronina@teymasa.com
  • Administration Dept. mjadmon@teymasa.com
  • Technical Dept. jpbaquer@teymasa.com
  • Purchasing Dept. mjgranados@teymasa.com

IoT en packaging

The big pillar of industry 4.0 is the Internet of Things, #IoT. It is a concept refers to a digital interconnection of everyday objects with the Internet being able to identify key aspects for the IoT integration.

Is IoT used in packaging?

Yes, because it allows to connect things with people and advanced services to improve the collaboration of machinery or installations, controlled by a PLC. In this concept, everything is connected and the key factors are the availability of data at any time and from anywhere, as well as monitoring for remote control and diagnosis of facilities.

In this way it is possible to perform a predictive maintenance and advance to any type of incidence in the machines so that it can act in the shortest possible time, minimizing losses in production or ensuring user comfort, all resulting in a lower cost.

The intelligent and real-time data processing allows to anticipate the stops in the manufacturing lines before they occur, or to predict quality defects in the manufactured product, analyzing the variables recorded in real time.

TEYMASA & ORLEN OIL

Today, we were at Orlen’s oil plant in Poland, where we visited some ancient teymasa facilities that still work like the new one. We also initiated a new project to improve the different production lines.

Soludia Maghreb & Teymasa Agreement

Yesterday, September 20, Teymasa and Soludia Maghreb signed a contract whereby Teymasa will be responsible for the construction and installation of different production lines for the new Soludia plant in Tamesna. This agreement has been possible thanks to the commitment and professionalism of the teams of both companies and the technical assistance of Sopri, official distributor of Teymasa in Morocco.