Why is the modular approach gaining more and more acclaim?

Nowadays, companies have to face the different needs of customers one by one, which leads them to offer products that are as personalized as possible, managing an ever wider variety of products.

Secondly, companies must confront the forces of competition, trying to achieve efficiency by reducing costs, increasing quality and decreasing delivery times.

Finally, it is worth mentioning the rapid technological evolution that forces companies to minimize the development time of new products. Modularity is a strategy increasingly used to manage these needs.

THE MODULAR APPROACH

The modular approach reduces the workload in the development, production and assembly stages and, as a result, proves to be a viable, safe, cost-effective and ecological solution in many types of projects.

Over the years, more and more projects have been oriented towards shorter delivery times and reduced budgets, so that sustainable solutions have become necessary to ensure maximum efficiency. This is where modularity comes into play, an approach that allows projects to be carried out in a safer, easier and more efficient way, on schedule and at lower costs.

THE ADVANTAGES OF MODULARITY

Modularity reduces processing times and therefore labor costs, increases safety, has a lower environmental impact and improves the overall quality of execution. Considering these obvious advantages and the success rate in different projects, modularity is gaining more and more popularity globally and more and more customers are starting to request it as a standard approach.

TRANSPORT AND CONSTRUCTION EFFICIENCY

Thanks to today's technologies, modular construction has become an economical and efficient way to build and transport products. Once completed, the prefabricated modules can be easily transported to the site of the plant to be installed, with reduced and optimized transport costs compared to those related to the transport of products made in the traditional way.

COST AND CONVENIENCE

Compared to traditional designs, the modular construction method is more cost-effective overall. In addition to the reduced need for manpower, the economic advantages of modularity are evident if we consider that the projects are carried out in several modules, built according to standardized procedures, following tested and repetitive processes. This method eliminates unnecessary costs and improves overall safety, while also reducing the risk of injury during both the manufacturing and assembly stages.

In addition, the modules take up much less space and this means that they can be easily stowed away until the time of collection. Modules can be moved easily and installed quickly, positively impacting processes, budgets, planning and standards compliance.

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