Feldman ST has carefully studied production processes that rely on manufacturing and industrial machines, which require maintenance and spare parts, always ready for us. We use the MRO method (“Maintenance, Repair, and Operating”), ensuring we always have the equipment, parts, materials, and supplies. Thanks to this method, and despite the worldwide lack of raw materials, we have a complete and ready-to-be-dispatched stock against received orders which guarantees fast delivery on any spare part for punchers and rewinders.
Our warehouse is always at your disposal, and prompt delivery is our strength, thanks to this method and the attention we put into it!
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novembre 29, 2022
TEMAC & FELDMAN ST & MICROFORA – Collaboration with Results
FST is proud to expose the fruitful collaboration with market leaders TEMAC and Microfora. After a few busy months, we just delivered the complete inline system to one of the leading converters of packaging materials in South Italy. The complete system includes: Slitting machine by TEMAC, at the two ends of the line (Unwinded and Slitter). Macro punching unit by FST, in the middle of the line (It’s a macro-punching unit model FST-P5 1400mm wide, with 20 punching tools to make holes diam. 6mm and 8mm.) Hot micro punching unit by Microfora positioned on top of the Unwinder Watch the video to see the smoothness and synergy in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN2AUqHOWAA
novembre 15, 2022
FST Challenges Global Shortage of Workforce; No Skilled Workers Required to Operate our Machines
FST designs and develops high-end industrial packaging machines, and the global shortage of workers is relevant to all our clients. Therefore, unlike other competing offerings, we put in a lot of effort, so our products require minimal human intervention. When our machines tend a human intervention, we ensure there’s no need for qualified engineers to activate, control and maintain. This approach gives us a competitive edge in days of global shortage of workers disrupting industries and the supply chain. A recent study showed an estimated shortage of 85 million workers around the globe by 2030. The deficit is almost everywhere: in the United States, there are nearly 11 million job vacancies, Europe is struggling to fill over 1.2 million open job roles, while employers in Australia are working to fill 400,000 vacant positions. Singapore saw 163 job vacancies for every 100 available candidates. The manufacturing and supply chain segments experience a lack of workers: In the [...]