NICOLAS CORREA receives orders for in €5.5 million at the BIEMH
Last modified 19-06-2012
Nicolás Correa received numerous visits from clients while at the BIEMH. While the majority were from Spanish companies, it also had the opportunity to welcome visitors from European and Asian countries who were interested in receiving proposals for covering their new milling needs.
The company expected more visits than expected with an the unexpected increase in the offers it is now receiving in comparison to those seen in recent years.
Visitors showed interest in the products exhibited by Nicolás Correa on a macro-screen with the help of augmented reality, which was an excellent tool for attracting the attention of passers-by. Based on a simple catalogue, the application allows users to visualise the selected product with a clear 3D animation showing the operation of the machine.
The most outstanding development was certainly the deal it closed between the previous week and the trade fair for two large machines, together with other orders for a total value of €5.5 million.
One of the orders came from Italy for the supply of a gantry milling machine, with a mobile sleeper, with X-Y-Z-W runs of 11,800 x 6,800 x 1,500 and 1,650 respectively, for a total value of €2 million. It will be used to machine large components for the nuclear sector.
The second order was placed by a Chinese client to which we will supply a FPV-W 75 gantry milling machine, with a mobile sleeper, with X-Y-Z-W runs of 7,500 x 4800 x 1,500 and 1,650 respectively, for a total value of €1.5 million. It will be used to machine large components large heat exchangers.
What's more, Chinese client Beyang Hanfen has acquired a gantry crane from the FP family for €685,000, German client Zeisier has bought a mobile column floor-type machine from the Axia family for €675,000 and we have also sold fixed bench machines in the United Kingdom and in France to clients CMS Cepcor and Robatel, respectively, for a total sum of €650,000.
These orders ratify the strength of Nicolás Correa's value proposal to a wide range of clients, particularly manufacturers of equipment and their main subcontractors.