Adhering to the best manufacturing practices Roop will continue to thrive in the 21st century:
By adopting of new and high-end machining facilities, Roop is in the process of moving towards leaner manufacturing setups, an optimized process for better quality and reduced resource requirement.
Roop complies with all environmental regulations. Roop is progressively moving to renewable energy sources, focused improvement projects for a reduction in power consumption, preference to energy-efficient machines and process, are key and important in Roop’s day to day working.
Roop adheres to – No to first use plastic
Incorporating robotics and automation into plant floor processes is regarded as a best practice for manufacturing operations for creating a highly efficient work environment, besides mitigating the impact of the shortage of skilled labor.
In addition, automation has increased worker safety aiding Roop creating a safe place to work.
All parts manufactured at Roop, are mapped for a complete life cycle with complete information of all changes and effects through out during its complete manufacturing life cycle.
Training is vital and Roop is ensuring that its staff remains current on the latest manufacturing technologies that impact the business — and that they know how to implement them effectively
War on waste is a vital strategy at Roop.