Interview with One4All use case: meet the company Orifarm
- Posted by Mara Corbella
- On September 19, 2023
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Orifarm is one of the ONE4ALL partners and use cases. The Group is a dynamic international player in the healthcare business. They produce high quality pharmaceuticals at affordable prices available to end users by manufacturing, commercializing, and trading products.
We have interviewed Orifarm to discover more about the use case.
What are the challenges addressed by the project in the Orifarm use case?
The Orifarm supply plant handles a good variety of products (up to 3000 models), with high and variable demand and daily peak periods. Additionally, a fast response time is required for production, ideally shipping the orders in just one day.
Therefore, the ONE4ALL technologies aim at addessing these challenges, minimizing errors and proving the versatility of the cobots’ modularity and flexible design.
What are the applications for the one4all project in the Orifarm case?
For the Orifarm use case, the implementation of technology is planned for storage and pallettization of the recived goods. The intention is to optimize the warehouse management and assess the workforce by using cobots.
The cobots will perform those tasks in collaboration with the operators, which will highly boost the process.
What is the impact that this innovative technology will bring?
The modularity of the production modules will enable the efficient handling of the products adapting to the demand. Moreover, ONE4ALL technologies will increase the response rate and scheduling during the whole process. An overall improvement in terms of resilience and agility of the production is expected.
What is the expected impact in terms of sustainability?
Talking about sustainabilty, the ONE4ALL project in the Orifarm use case will increase the energy efficiency, by decreasing energy consumption in activities such as transportation, heating, cooling and more.
In addition, the new technologies will lower the packing material consumption. In addition, the new technologies will lower the packing material consumption.