Behind great flooring, there is high technology work in several areas of the industry. Innovation takes place in four scenarios: the laboratory to experiment and create the optimum chemical formula for each project, the R&D workshop to have the best precision flooring machinery and, thirdly, the project execution site to use the most sophisticated laser equipment to produce High Planimetry. The fourth scenario cannot be seen during the project. It starts many weeks, or even months, beforehand: it is the planning of industrial logistics on a major scale. As we know, concrete has a 'tempo', a specific speed to obtain the perfect chemical process, and this involves a planning of supplies that has to be repeated for weeks in specific quantities. This involves the analysis of suppliers, creation of transport routes by sea and land, preparation of fleets on an extraordinary scale. For the A Laracha technological paving, for example, raw materials with a weight equivalent to 1,100 cars had to enter each day (and uninterruptedly for 90 days). And all of this in the indicated proportions and times.
This approximation to the perfect floor has immense and long-lasting benefits for companies that operate vertically, with high-rise storage installations that remain constantly perpendicular to the ground and facilitating the work of elevating mechanisms and forklifts. High storage avoids having to build many storeys in warehouses and the resulting traffic to move from one to another. Savings are enormous. A few millimetres error at the floor level can mean several unacceptable centimetres at a height of ten metres. Manufacturers of elevation and forklift systems