Nail production has always been the focus of nail production (loose and neat nails), and Hašpl has also expanded the types of fasteners so that screws, bolts, nuts, washers, threaded rods, blind rivets and retainers can be supplied.
"In order to maintain the competitiveness of our products, from the very beginning, we have been emphasizing that there must be no compromise on the quality of the products we produce and the products we import." Hašpl said. "That's why we carry out quality inspections from the raw materials at the beginning of the production process until the goods are out of the warehouse."
Due to the company's commitment to long-term product quality standards, it can also ensure that its machinery and equipment are continuously modernized. Hašpl said: “The important thing is that you always want to use modern machinery to develop your capabilities, but you also need to keep the existing processes available to customers.” “That’s why we use classic traditional machines to maintain traditional nail production. And the reason to ensure that we have the best quality equipment for nail production, cleaning, thread rolling, finishing and packaging."
Hašpl supplies products to wholesalers in Europe and North America, as well as manufacturers in the construction and wood packaging industries. The company hopes to further develop these markets in the future. "For everyone, 2020 is undoubtedly an extraordinary year, but it is surprising that as a company, we have not seen any significant impact," Hašpl pointed out. "Due to the constraints of the customer's supply chain, our business is still in full operation, and our sales (especially wood connection materials) are growing rapidly. Obviously there is social distancing that needs to be resolved, but due to the development of automation in the production process, this process It has already started. If there is any Covid-19, you may see this process increase."
In the past 25 years, Hašpl has shown itself as a reliable partner not only in nail production but also in all types of fasteners it can provide. "Due to the honest work, courage and dedication of our employees, we have been able to build a good reputation in the market. Our motto is "We survive for fastening", which is our production capacity, products and employees' hard work. Embodied."
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