MADRID, SPAIN — Symaga has created a new Factory Management Plan for 2022 that includes safety and occupational risk prevention measures that oversee all actions in occupational risk, environment and quality.

The company recently received ISO 45001 re-certification in safety and health and ISO 14001 will be re-certificated by the end of the year. In the months ahead the company will work to execute strengthening actions such as the renewal of its forklift fleet. This year, 25% of the forklift fleet is renewed with electric. In addition, waste management is one of the main points to be stressed, as the objective is to increase the number of recycling points and improve separation with more paper containers.

Sustainable manufacturing of the company’s silos advances, and in 2022 Symaga increased green energy consumption with a new photovoltaic solar energy plant installed in 2020 that is set to double in size. The company is on track to get more than 50% of its energy consumption from clean, self-generation.

Symaga is moving toward an Industry 4.0 principle with implementation of MES-SGA system linked to its ERP. The goal is to improve factory control to get a more efficient management of raw material and finished product warehouse.

“Symaga’s philosophy is one of continuous improvement,” the company said. “This Factory Management Plan 2022 achieves a safer, less contaminated and more efficient workplace, and thus attaining an improvement in our company’s competitiveness.”