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-It will be shown in an In-House Exhibition between 23 and 27 March
Fagor Arrasate will supply TPV Group with a large 30,000 kN servo transfer press and a 10,000 kN servo press for stamping parts for the automotive industry. TPV is an important TIER1 located in Slovenia that supplies the main European OEMs. The big press has a large 7-meter bolster and is equipped with a compact coil-feeding line and destacker.
The servo transfer technology that it incorporates gives it great flexibility to stamp different types of parts in different materials, high productivity and high piece quality in materials that otherwise may present drawing difficulties. The 10,000 kN press, in turn, will have a 4.5-meter bolster and a long coil feeding line. It will perform blanking and progressive tasks. With this new order Fagor Arrasate has 13 references in the design and manufacture of presses of 30,000 kN or more for OEMs and TIER1 in Europe, USA, Mexico and China.
This new project is the result of the company’s commitment to continue its expansion in Central Europe, where it has more than 100 references among the OEMs, TIER1 and TIER2 located in the area. This implementation is reflected in the success of the last edition of the MSV exhibition in Brno (Czech Republic), where Fagor Arrasate met with the most important companies in the sector.
The large press will be the protagonist of an In-House Exhibition week that Fagor Arrasate will organize between 23 and 27 March, where its customers will be able to visit its central headquarters in Mondragón (Spain) to see the equipment in operation. They will also be able to see another 30,000 kN press prepared for stamping Ultra High Strength Steel (UHSS) for one of the world’s largest stamping groups. About TPV TPV is a major supplier to the automotive industry, developing and producing chassis and body components, seat parts and engine seals for OEMs and TIERs. It has 5 plants in Slovenia, 1 in Serbia, and is planning to expand to China and USA.