PONY® is manufactured using DYNAMIC TECHNOLOGIES (DYNATEC®) in modular and expanding units.
The core of NAMCO's philosophy is to create a unique, low-cost, corporate culture of producing vehicles such as PONY®, to mobilize the productive mass in a multi-purpose and money-saving environment.
NAMCO works with DYNATEC, low volume production technologies, based on simplicity, cost-effectiveness and rationalization of design. NAMCO's DYNATEC technologies come from proven intelligent manufacturing methods that have already been tested in harsh conditions and in a worldwide production line of hundreds of thousands of PONY® vehicles produced and sold around the world.
NAMCO's corporate mission also represents the modern form of flexible, modular construction, expandable as sales increase. NAMCO does exactly that, and it does it successfully with today's dynamic DYNATEC technology, which uses the maximum human labor, creating jobs locally and avoiding the extremely expensive and rigid robots.
The main scope of NAMCO's key technologies, known as the DYNATEC system, originally developed in Germany and Switzerland is to rationalize and simplify production, by contributing to the harmonious co-existence of profits with long-term job security. NAMCO's firm belief is that the best element of security and capital growth comes only from profitable, high-performing labor intensive businesses that offer competitive and long-term employment. The only real guarantee for safe investments.
On the other hand, the "modern" streams of automation and robotization, literally oblige large-scale car companies to overpower, trying to survive through economies of scale. However, there has not yet been a robot to create consumers! In addition, it is proven by authoritative analysts and, in particular, by world leaders such as McKinsey, who stated that "flexible production methods, even in small volumes, fully match the advantages of mass production of economies of scale."