EXCELLENCE MADE IN ITALY AND DEDICATED SERVICE Customer needs at the center of the ADI model
One of the major reasons for ADI’s success is the fact that each tool is completely designed and produced in Italy, relying on the many years of experience with innumerable types of machining tailor-made tools for every need, improving their clients’ production processes in a timely and measurable way.
ADI puts the customer in the centre, and structures the various activities around that position to ensure maximum client satisfaction. This satisfaction can be measured by minimizing TCO or “Total Cost of Ownership”.
The following features are aimed at reducing the customer’s TCO:
- made in Italy
- modularity and interchangeability
- prompt response and intervention
- excellence of raw materials
- aptitude for problem solving
It is important to understand how a tool can heavily influence a customer’s production process, and how they can achieve global cost reductions by investing in higher performing tools regardless of their unit price. Although the cost of the tool is much lower than the main costs such as: raw materials, labor, plants, it has a substantial impact, thus the right balance of activities can lead to significant overall savings. The optimization of the entire process is not achieved by optimizing the individual phases independently.
A notable example is ADI’s grinding wheels, developed for both vertical and horizontal CNC machines and specifically designed to improve the production process and to meet the customer’s specific needs in terms of quality, productivity, unit cost and reduction of waste and of downtime.
The exclusive UHS ® technology is a major contributor to the case, allowing greater retention of the original profile, even with massive stresses generated by substantial working parameters.
To achieve tangible savings, customers need to measure their processes to highlight the impact of each activity: measurement is the keystone of the optimization processes and ADI tools can play a fundamental role in reducing the Total Costs of Ownership (TCO).