Came is pleased to announce the article published in the May issue of Metalworking World Magazine, the digital magazine for the international metalworking industry.
In this article, Came, that prepares to celebrate the first 40 years of activity, is described as “Unique company in Europe able to offer from aluminium die-casts to wound stators, processing and assembly, consolidating its protagonist role in national and international ambit”
This result has been made due to the strategies and targets of constant enlargement for both, die-cast division and windings.
As specified in the article by managing director of Came, Cristian Chilese, Came “has made huge investments to widen the range, especially for the production of low-voltage windings, then widely used in the automotive sector, in electric cars and forklifts and in the wind sector and foundry factory where by the end of 2017 the company will come to 11 production presses.”“.
Came is also equipped for production of windings for DC motors, with independent poles, i.e. BLDC, brushless direct current.
Moreover, Came can offer a full service and support to its clients thanks to its technical assistance and research & development.
To read a full article about Came on pages 58-59, you can click here.