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Specialized training and strengthening of the SDGs in companies in the Toy Valley

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From the Cluster of Innovative Companies of the Toy Valley, two activities will be organized, a specialized training, with the collaboration of the company Sisteplant, in “Zero defects” to senior officials and managers within the company, focused on improving efficiency of the production processes and, on the other hand, the development of a Guide and workshops on the Circular Economy, with the collaboration of the company Sen Innova, focused on ascertain the knowledge and implementation regarding the circular economy that exists in  the companies of the Toy Valley and in this way help them continue improving in this field.

Project R3Tornado

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The CEIV (Cluster of Innovative Companies of the Toy Valley) in collaboration with AIJU Institute of Children’s Products and Leisure, CEP Spanish Center for Plastics, IDONIAL, ACTECO and PROMAK SELLING SOLUTIONS S.L., work together in the R3Tornado project, a project whose purpose is research into the recycling ecosystems of thermoplastic waste for its revaluation, as raw material, in advanced large-format, high-productivity 3D printing processes.

Some of the most relevant objectives expected to be obtained from this project are the identification of thermoplastic polymers compatible with 3D printing, optimization of the printing process and the evaluation of the life cycle of 3D printing.

But it not only has technological objectives, but also pursues the future reduction of the volume of non-recoverable thermoplastic waste, promoting the recovery and reuse of thermoplastic waste within the industrial ecosystem using 3D printing and, of course, disseminating to the potential of 3D printing as a tool for the recovery of thermoplastic waste and its potential applications.

This project is financed by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism under the AEI program with file number: AEI-010500-2023-233​

Project KIDS EU

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Coordinated by Together with Kid’s Cluster (Catalonia), Nova Child (France) and Lifestyle & Design Cluster (Denmark), the CEIV collaborates in the creation of the KIDS EU brand, a project that fights for the unification and internationalization of the children’s sector outside the markets of the European Union through the creation of a European Children’s Cluster.

One of the main objectives of this project is to unify the sector since it is currently very fragmented, also help companies to generate new business opportunities related to the sector.

KIDS follows a holistic approach to the industry by combining different value chains to satisfy the needs of children between 0 and 12 years old, in terms of food, care, hygiene, health, fashion to toys, games, audiovisual content, technologies leisure and education.

Within all the Clusters, the best legal form for the formation of the European cluster will be studied and sources of financing will be identified to guarantee the long-term sustainability of the project and potential markets will be analysed to detect new business opportunities.

IVACE Project

CEIV obtains a grant for the Organization of Workshops of Circular Economy, 2 workshops are organized, the first called “Circular economy as a post-COVID -19 recovery model” and the second “How to identify business opportunities in your organization?.

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The MOULVET project addresses challenges in the mold industry, such as the skills gap and loss of knowledge due to retirements. It aims to capture the expertise of mold professionals from different European countries and create open training materials (OER) to complement existing resources. The project includes the development of a MOULVET platform and an Augmented Reality application for easy access to the OER. Key goals include reducing the skills gap, preserving experienced knowledge, fostering closer industry-training cooperation in Germany, Portugal, and Spain, and promoting the use of ICT in training. The project is not endorsed by the European Commission, and its contents are the responsibility of the authors.


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SMAT SUDOE is a European project funded by Interreg SUDOE, aiming to promote Additive Manufacturing and advanced materials in the plastic and mold industry within the SUDOE region. It seeks to create networks between companies, research centres, and education institutions. The project will develop four key products: a technological roadmap, a collaborative platform, open educational resources, and demonstrators. These efforts aim to enhance R&D activities, foster collaboration, and facilitate the application of new technologies in various sectors, including automotive, health, textiles, footwear, and consumer goods. The ultimate goal is to enable continuous interaction with the R&D system, making businesses more competitive in international markets.



CEIV has been a beneficiary of the European Regional Development Fund whose objective is to improve the use and quality of information and communications technologies and access to them and due to the implementation of communication strategies in RRSS and website to improve the competitiveness and productivity of the company.

Fiscal Year 2019. For this, it has had the support of the ICT Chambers program of the Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Navigation of Alicante.


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CEIV is developing a database of professionals trained in different modalities (mainly middle and higher cycles) that facilitates the search and identification of qualified personnel in the associated companies of the CEIV cluster.

The main objective are to establish a database of professionals trained for the metal-moulding and plastic sector, in which vocational training centres and universities are closely involved and seek to maintain and promote the preparation of personnel adjusted to the needs or demands. of the companies.


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The FLOWBEAT project addresses the global issue of cardiovascular diseases, with a focus on heart failure as a growing public health concern. According to the WHO, cardiovascular diseases remain a leading cause of death worldwide. The project aims to develop a non-intrusive and portable cardiac output measurement system for home use, utilizing advances in ICT. This system, comprising a multiparameter sensor device and control electronics, will enable users to independently monitor their cardiac output without medical assistance. The data will be transmitted to a remote medical assistance platform via a mobile device acting as a control unit. The telemedicine web platform allows continuous monitoring by medical staff. The project seeks to create an innovative, user-friendly solution for home use, significantly advancing current medical approaches to cardiac output measurements. Collaboration involves various entities, including the project leader, AEI AMUEBLA, AEI CEIV, and companies like RGB MEDICAL DEVICES, S.A., FFIS, CETEM, and VICEDO MARTI.-

MAGAYA AEI project 2002

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The MAGAYA project aims to revalue magaya, a byproduct from natural cider production, by transforming it into a biopolymer suitable for 3D printing using Material Extrusion (MEX) technology. The goal is to create a biodegradable material, reducing the carbon footprint associated with traditional fused deposition modeling (FDM) in part production. The project includes technical characterization of magaya, designing a treatment process, industrial research for effective transformation, exploring additive manufacturing use cases, and evaluating compatibility with BIO plastics and industrial plastic waste. Seven organizations collaborate in this interCluster project, focusing on reducing environmental impact, obtaining a new revalued material, and designing a complete additive manufacturing process for industrial scaling. The Toy Valley Cluster, AIMPLAS Plastics Technology Institute, Prime Biopolymers, Venvirotech Biotechnology, GONVARRI MS R&D, Triditive, and MI4 are involved, with CEIV and MI4 coordinating and providing visibility at regional and national levels. The MAGAYA project is financed by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, and Tourism, as part of the Recovery, Transformation, and Resilience Plan.

IMOP Project

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The objective of the project is to develop a factory personnel location system, with automatic allocation of hours to the manufacturing order, through a combination of 4.0 technologies. Convert all that data into information and knowledge, connecting with productivity, real costs, quality and traceability and human resources.

And there is currently no system that uses wireless technologies for this purpose in factories. The current methodology is through unconnected processes, which means that the numbers often do not add up, with the consequences that this entails for companies.

The result will be an innovative solution for indoor localization, with the development of a tool capable of learning and correcting the location of the subject.


Industrial research on circularity of industrial plastic waste as materials for 3D printing.

The main objective of this project is the development of new materials for 3D printing from industrial plastic waste.

It is proposed to obtain products that do not exist in 3D printing and establish the methodology to adapt other materials suitable for other manufacturing technologies that present difficulties to be processed by 3D printing. This will allow a new range of more sustainable additive manufacturing materials to be launch on the market.

​The development of the knowledge necessary to be able to give a new use and outlet to this plastic waste, achieving benefits from reducing costs due to the transportation and management of this waste, cushioning the price that raw materials are suffering, to being able to generate new avenues of income by being able to sell these materials to other companies.

The motivation of the project is given by the following aspects: ​

Improvement in the sustainability of the life cycle of polymeric materials

Use of waste

Reduction of productive waste and the impact on landfills and incinerators

Expand the materials available for additive manufacturing and real applications in the industrial sector

Improving the competitiveness of companies in the automotive sector

Reduction of logistics and waste management costs.

Project INYECCION 4.0

The main objective of the project was to incorporate Internet of Things (IoT) technology into plastic injection processes. This was aimed at gathering relevant data from each injection cycle, which, when analysed alongside operator data, environmental information, etc., would optimize processes and proactively address potential issues. Additionally, the project sought to establish a traceability system for each stage of the process, allowing customers of such companies to check the origin of the purchased product and enhance transparency from an environmental standpoint.

Project file number: AEI-010500-2022b-148

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