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The Association of Professionals for the Competitiveness of Machining (ASPROMEC) has its offices in:

C/Painter Díaz de Olano nº 18 low PC: 01008 Vitoria-Gasteiz (alava)

655 58 58 01

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Aspromec

What do we at ASPROMEC offer you to make your company a Factory 4.0?

Information

Training

Visibility

Connectivity

Digitization

Contact whit us


The Association of Professionals for the Competitiveness of Machining (ASPROMEC) has its offices in:

C/Painter Díaz de Olano nº 18 low PC: 01008 Vitoria-Gasteiz (alava)


655 58 58 01

info@aspromec.org


Aspromec

What do we offer from ASPROMEC, to turn your company into a factory 4.0 close?

information

training

visibility

connectivity

digitalization

Contact us


Die Association of Professionals for the Competitiveness of Machining (ASPROMEC) has its members in:

C/Painter Díaz de Olano nº 18 low PC: 01008 Vitoria-Gasteiz (alava)


655 58 58 01

info@aspromec.org

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Training in the mechanized sector contributes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions

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Training in the mechanized sector contributes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions

One of the issues that has concerned the industry in general and machining the most, of course, is to contribute to improving sustainability and reducing the emission of greenhouse gases. Due to the economic and energy situation that is being experienced in the sector, the industry must lead a global transformation towards greener and more efficient systems.

The machining from the future: more sustainable, less polluting and inclusive

The sector of machining must make a change in the manufacturing processes that have been known up to now with the aim of making the industry more sustainable, less polluting and more inclusive. for all of it, It is very important to promote the training of professionals in the sector machining and that they have the necessary resources to be more efficient, both in digital and energy matters.

Having the appropriate knowledge means avoiding possible setbacks in machining and contributing to the sustainability objectives set by the European Union. Training becomes even more of a key element if one takes into account the large number of people who work in the industrial and machining, According to data from the National Institute of Statistics, the figure rises to 12,6% of the active population in the third quarter of 2022.

Industrial training must adapt to the new realities of the machining

For the fourth industrial revolution to be a fact in the sector of the machining, this must be adapted to the keys of a new productive model that revolves around sustainability and efficiency, and in which artificial intelligence becomes transcendental to achieve the objective.

To modernize machining, it is essential to adapt to the new demands made by the industry and one of them is undoubtedly sustainability and efficiency.. At the same time, these values ​​carry with them the creation of new green jobs, as, trained and properly qualified professionals will be needed to monitor and analyze the energy efficiency of the machining.

One of the regulations, in terms of sustainability, that the European Union especially takes into account is the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. This regulation includes the objective for the year 2030 zero carbon emissions and limit global warming to 1,5 degrees Celsius. These goals can create a net gain of 18 million jobs for 2030. These jobs are the main link in the modernization of industry and machining, achieve sustainability objectives and incorporate digitalization in the sector.

For Aspromec has one of its pillars in promoting training in the machining sector and therefore, offers help and personalized advice to machining companies. Contact us for more information, writing to info@aspromec.org