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PP-R and PP-RCT pipes, copolymers of polypropylene, have rapidly established themselves on the market in recent years due to their unique chemical and mechanical properties and the associated benefits in terms of performance and low environmental impact.
Bausano lines allow each metre of pipe to be extruded to predefined specifications.
Petford Group was looking to further modernise their manufacturing operations, help them improve OEE, reduce scrap, streamline reporting and remove manual record keeping, so in September 2021, they implemented Intouch across
their machines, including 9 injection moulding machines, a welder, and a robot cutting saw.
ICS Cool Energy’s Cold Store containers allow a leading international brewery to keep their reactor vessels in reliable temperature-controlled environment and maintain consistency of the fermentation process.
ICS provided two customised, high-cube 40-feet refrigerated container units with heavy-duty ramp, delivered as part of the Cold Store hire solutions.
The latest Financial Time (FT)/Statista ranking of Europe’s fastest-growing companies has just been published, and leading UK-based 3D printing bureau 3DPRINTUK is delighted to have made the cut.
The company was placed as the third fastest growing manufacturer in the United Kingdom, showing just how impressively 3DPRINTUK has performed.
Gary Moore, sales director at UNTHA UK, looks at how the plastic recycling conversation is evolving in industry and what this means for more difficult applications.
As we look towards the next 12 months, we’ll likely see attention being directed towards the ‘trickier’ side of plastic recycling — specifically in relation to flexible, or soft,
The Board of Directors of Piovan S.p.A. approves the financial statements for the year 2022, the year that saw the consolidation of IPEG, Inc. as of 1 February. 531.4 million in revenues.
Consolidated Adjusted EBITDA amounted to € 62.7 million (excluding certain non-recurring items from EBITDA), 11.8% of revenue and other income, up 53% compared to 2021.
Containers for today’s
logistics have to be stackable, feature IML barcodes, integrated RFIDs and, of course, the logo of the company that owns them.
Switzerland’s Georg Utz AG has specialised in this application, and for this reason it has commissioned the country’s largest injection moulding machine, a KraussMaffei MX 4000-75000.