With many years of experience in the field of internal material handling, WEWO has become a renowned partner for many companies.
WEWO Europe develops and manufactures innovative logistics solutions. By applying these advanced products, our customers' logistical and/or production processes run more efficiently and their employees get more satisfaction from their work.
With each new request, WEWO Europe only sees a new challenge. We can provide support at whatever level you require. Sometimes our work is limited to optimising existing processes, but frequently we achieve complete solutions, detailed to the desired level. We believe in smart cooperation with both our customers and suppliers. We work as one team, towards a single goal – resulting in greater efficiency and job satisfaction.
In order to make sure a project runs smoothly, we use the following project approach:
1. No-obligation Consultation
We provide advice, free of obligation, at your location. This allows our consultant to get a good impression of your company and an insight into the business processes. Your requirements will be discussed during this meeting.
2. Initiation Phase
In this phase, the idea of investing in WEWO Europe's expertise emerges and a business case will be drawn up by our project leader and the customer
3. Definition Phase
The objective of the project will be set up in the Definition Phase. Here we look at what the customer wants and functional choices will be established.
4. Design Phase
During the Design Phase, the project plan is put together and we translate the program of requirements and the functional design into the final technical design (3-D model).
5. Preparation Phase.
In the Preparation Phase, all the duties, powers and responsibilities are recorded (log book) in the Implementation Plan. This plan provides the guidance to take the idea, via the Design Phase, to the intended project outcome. The infrastructure parameters will also be defined in this phase.
6. Realisation Phase
In the Realisation Phase, we produce the final solution and perform various tests to achieve a successful outcome. The project will be completed in this phase. The phase may consist of several sub-projects and partial deliveries that make up the final project outcome.
Volvo Cars Ghent is a Volvo Cars Corporation factory located in the Ghent Harbour. The factory consists of a welding plant, a paint plant and final assembly. The factory was established in 1965 to support the expansion of Volvo in what was, at the time, still called the "European Economic Union".
Ergonomic tug deliverd to Maxima Medisch Centrum Veldhoven.