Robotic welding in waste containers production

MCG industry specializes in the development and production of new generation waste collection containers, large in size and fully customizable according to the customer’s needs.

The experience of MCG engineering and production teams is vital to these projects, as well as specialized and certified welding processes in materials as varied as aluminum, steel, and stainless steel.

The challenge

Optimize the production of waste containers for one of the largest customers in the MCG industry business division through the robotization of welding lines, the main process in the production of this type of solution.


MCG know-how and solutions

Technology and robotic welding

Strong investment in robotic welding lines with robots and welding machines with Super Active Wire, Touch Sensor and Arc Sensor technology. Programming offline using the Panasonic DTPS program. Collaborative robots to increase productivity, stabilize production cadence, reduce costs, and optimize human resources.

Welding engineering

Development of welding jigs and sequencing of operations. Development, manufacture, and inspection of welded joints. Use of welding software: modeling, offline programming, process optimization, and simulation of welding cells.

Structures for large dimensions

Welding cells with positioners with a capacity of 1,000 kg and robots installed on rails with four meters in length.

Dedicated customer teams

Engineering and product and process design with teams that are in constant contact with the customer and can adjust the results to their needs. Specialized production teams with certified training.

Process integration

Ability to perform in-house all phases and processes of each project: development and manufacturing, component assembly, surface treatment, logistics management and transportation to any part of the world.

Total flexibility

With several different projects in series production, MCG industry can adjust volume variations over time, respond promptly to unforeseen extra orders, set up backup production lines and store additional stocks.



  • Project development
  • Sequencing of operations
  • Process development
  • Product design
  • Prototyping and testing
  • Packaging and logistics
  • Quality control



  • Robotic welding
  • Certified welding
  • Component assembly
  • Surface treatment
  • Logistics and transportation management