Rovema GmbH: Passion for Packaging !

Modern technology and ROVEMA’s high quality demands, together with the overall know-how in respect of development, manufacture and service, provide the basis for even the most individual and challenging packaging solutions. Because of increasing demands at the Point of Sale, customers are nowadays looking for benchmark-setting packaging that is still very economical, future-proof and absolutely reliable in as far as the manufacturing process is concerned.

rovema_559_6_etil1150ROVEMA can offer the ideal solution for virtually any packaging order. Meanwhile, ROVEMA  machines package more than 550 different products – worldwide.

On account of its numerous ground-breaking technological packaging innovations, ROVEMA, founded in 1957 as a family-run company, quickly transformed from a small company to a medium-sized business.

In 2010, a group of investors consisting of experienced mechanical engineering managers took over the company.

One of the first measures taken by the new investors was to evaluate software for spare parts catalogs.  Having over 5,000 machines installed, this measure was aimed at a significant improvement of the after sales service and direct customer contact. It soon became apparent that CATALOGcreator®, a modern, flexible and innovative software, perfectly suited ROVEMA’s high demands.

rovema_574_6_vpl260Within just 6 weeks, a fully automated process creating 2D and 3D spare parts catalogs from the TeamCenter PDM system was implemented. For that purpose, 3D models are highly compressed using Lattice’s XVL-technology and made suitable for the web.

The next step will be linking the electronic catalogs to the ERP-system’s webshop.

CATALOGcreator®, with its functionality fully developed and tested in practice, offers an excellent tool for medium-sized businesses. It provides more efficient after sales service to our worldwide customers and retains their loyalty”, says Dr. Winfried Ley from ROVEMA GmbH.

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