The continuous development and improvement of products and services is part of everyday business at MOSCA. This focus on innovation has been honoured in the TOP 100 competition by naming the company one of Germany’s most innovative medium-sized companies in 2022. The award recognises new developments in the field of digitalisation, including a virtual showroom for the intralogistics industry.
Manufacturing companies place many different demands on end-of-the-line machinery: from securing fragile goods for transport with a minimal amount of packaging, to solutions that firmly hold together loads weighing several hundred kilos. MOSCA develops new strapping machines and end-of-line systems designed to meet these challenges.
This focus on product innovations has been recognised with the Top 100 Innovator 2022 seal from competition organiser compamedia. This award honours companies from the German SME sector that stand out regarding their innovations. Competition mentor Ranga Yogeshwar will present the seal at an official ceremony on 24 June in Frankfurt.
Award winner MOSCA is currently focusing its innovative strength on complex, digitalised industrial applications. “MOSCA has gained a reputation as an innovation leader since the company was founded in 1966,” explains MOSCA CEO Timo Mosca (pictured). “But developing new products and services is not an end in itself for us. We strive to simplify production environments and daily operations for our customers, for example by machines that operate fully automated or that save electricity and other resources.
“MOSCA stands for innovations with added value and we are happy that this is being made public through the TOP 100 Innovator Award.”
MOSCA’s award-winning innovations include a virtual showroom that enables customers from the intralogistics sector to get a live, close-up look at machines and applications via their web browser. MOSCA is planning to implement this application for other industries as well.
The machine manufacturer is also working with partners on the vision of a digital production line. An edge computing module developed by MOSCA is already processing performance data from high-end machines at a decentralised location and transferring this information to the cloud for evaluation.