Unitechnik Cieplik & Poppek AG · Hall B1, booth 121

At bauma, Unitechnik will present the latest developments for precast concrete factories. Up-to-date automation systems get the most of a plant that, at the same time, is distinguished by easy and intuitive handling.

With the UniCam5 Unitechnik will show a new generation of the master computer for the production plant that has been tried and tested for 20 years. New: an efficient operating concept, optimized pallet loading, individual working plan concepts, reinforcement manufacturing, three-dimensional components, management of outdoor storage areas, and much more.

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