DICO NET consists of independent companies characterized by complementary highly advanced skills that have decided to work together in a network to provide a complete service, from the design to the entire construction of automatic machines, including the required wiring and computer services.
from ozzano dell'emilia, Italy
8. February 2019
Meet the customer's needs regarding the rapid supply of strategic spare parts for the ordinary and extraordinary maintenance of their automatic machine lines.
The DICO MAKE network joins together highly specialized companies oriented to the construction of designed mechanical parts: milling, turning, metal carpentry and cutting services for prime materials. Production is conducted in the centers of the network, using the most technologically advanced machinery, and organized on an island basis for homogeneous processing. Part of this production, the one involving the highest manpower content, is conducted in our Romanian plant to ensure further cost reduction while providing final quality.
DICO BUILD brings together the companies that assemble and connecting mechanical elements and electric panels, up to the stage of the construction of complete and Commissioned automatic machines. The same technicians involved in connecting can be utilized for local installation and commissioning both for the machinery they have constructed and for third-party equipment. The considerable experience acquired in this sector makes DICO BUILD an ideal partner for any production outsourcing requirements.
DICO SERVE brings together the companies providing quality services both to the centers in our network and to the external market. They intervene in managing complex contracts, providing computer solutions applied to production management and coordinating the network’s commercial activity.
DI.CO SERVICEVia Progresso 2540064 ozzano dell'emilia
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