NorthGlass Glass Pre-processing Automation System Finished Acceptance Test by Yuhong Group
For NorthGlass, September is an exciting month. One good news was the maximum glass processing size of NorthGlass tempering furnace reached 3.5mX20m, creating a new world record; Another good news was that NorthGlass’s glass pre-processing automation line got delivered to a newly-built door & window production base invested by Liaoning Yuhong Group and finished on-site acceptance test.
On 24th, Jun., 2016, Yuhong Group invested RMB 255 million Yuan to establish Hebei An Yuhong D & W Co., Ltd., covering an area of 127 mu. It is the first step for the company to expand her business to Northeast, Northern China, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang regions. Yuhong Group will become a leading company in door & window industry with an annual output of 2,000,000 square meters.
In recent years, Liaoning Yuhong Group closely kept an eye on the “Industry 4.0” of glass deep-processing, striving to inject new energy to the company development. This was not the first time Yuhong Group doing business with NorthGlass. Early in 2012, Yuhong has already purchased glass tempering furnace from NorthGlass. The procurement of NorthGlass glass pre-processing automation line this time was not only the positive recognition of NorthGlass’ products and services, but also a win-win cooperation.
NorthGlass glas.RS shuttle car glass storage system assembled in Hebei An Yuhong factory
NorthGlass glas.C cutting machines assembled in Hebei An Yuhong factory
Well-arranged glass products on-site
Since 2015, NorthGlass has started the layout of building“Industry 4.0” intelligent factory, developing more innovative products to guarantee long-term business development. Currently, more than 10 NorthGlass deep-processing automation lines have been in the tense period of production, installation and commissioning for customers. In the future, NorthGlass will make full use of both her technology and resource advantages to face with new renovation challenges together with glass processors in the industry.