The health emergency caused by the spread of Covid-19 continues to impact the entire cruise sector strongly. Our behind-the-scenes work continues because the large projects, in the medium and long term, do not stop, and all players in the naval industry continue to design and construct new and increasingly modern interiors and furnishings for cruise ships and yachts.
Optimising production processes by directly connecting design and artisanal phases in real-time: that's one of the great innovations and achievements of Industry 4.0, which has also made its way into our laboratories and production lines.
For us at Naval Interior, growth means betting on the future, looking ahead, and having the courage to take risks. It also means investing in improvement and efficiency. In numerical terms, this translates into an increase of 2,400 square meters, bringing the total extension of our laboratories and workshops to 6,100 square meters.
There are routes worth taking, port cities where you must dock, and opportunities you must take advantage of if you work in the naval industry. Cruise Ship Interiors Expo, which has just concluded in Barcelona, is one of those opportunities. That's why we at Naval Interiors were there.