The Spanish company J. Huete International has developed a trolley to make the renovation of plastic an effective way while ensuring compliance with all requirements and all requirements in terms of occupational safety and, specifically, that which affects workers at high altitudes.
"These types of tools have become in recent years the best ally of horticultural producers in greenhouses because thanks to innovations such as the trolley we designed," the team with J. Huete International says. "It is possible to adapt the workforce in a simple way to the new governmental requirements in any aspect related to occupational safety."
This trolley is used to comply with safety standards during the replacement of the greenhouse cover but also during the initial assembly. "Although lifelines, nets, and other elements are installed, especially at the time of designing and executing the project, dispensing with safety elements that facilitate labor can have very negative consequences for the company," they explain.
This is a new fruit of the R+D+i work carried out by J. Huete International. The company remains in direct contact with clients to innovate and improve different parts of the projects executed in order to be able to apply the improvements in future projects, creating a process of continuous improvement based on the knowledge and experience acquired. "Our main objective is to accompany clients in the design, execution, and operation of their projects, transferring the knowledge gathered over decades of projects in more than 35 countries."
For more information:
J. Huete International
Polígono Industrial Oeste
Calle Ecuador, Parcela 4/10
30820, Alcantarilla, Murcia, Spain