ERGIO was founded in 1993 and started as a workshop for small wooden products. During the following years, the company increased in size but also gathering more experience in wooden constructions, making the shift to timber frame houses a natural step forward.
ERGIO now offer builders and real estate developers constructions on wooden structures, in the Timber Frame and Nordic Systems. Collaborating with Ergio means the beginning of a journey to the perfect home, together with a complete team with 30 years of experience in woodworking.
Today, the future means technology, innovation and perseverance. As a result, Ergio decided in 2019 to purchase the X-Combi automatic line for timber frame-type panels.
Martin Smith, MBA project leader for Ergio installation, commented “MBA were first contacted by Ergio in 2014, at the very early stages of their planning. I visited their factory and established that they were planning a serious investment in automation to support their high quality production plans. I took to them to visit examples of automation that we had supplied in Belgium that was similar in concept to what they were intending to do. The project itself evolved over several years, and I have been pleased to see Ergio go from strength to strength since their decision to invest in automation.”
Ergio CEO & Founder, Georgel Merlușcă comments "Technology is a vital component in development and progress, and at Ergio, we are determined to provide our partners with innovative and high-quality solutions, always exceeding expectations. We always look for the latest innovations to ensure we are one step ahead of the competition".
He adds, "Our collaboration with MBA since 2019 was an inspired decision. Not only did we purchase an ultra-performing machine, but we also gained confidence and certainty that we had made the best choice. We have had constant support from the moment of purchase and throughout the assembly. We are excited about the X-Combi machine and its versatility, allowing us to develop innovative products and scale up production successfully."