Injectaplas have ordered a suite of seven new Borche machines to replace the company’s existing range of sandretto’s.
One of the key drivers in making this investment was to do with energy saving as the company have a very limited power supply to site.
Upon the installation of the first two Borche machines, Chris Whelan the managing director was astounded by the reduced level of power consumption and soon concluded that he would be able to run additional machines on the existing power supply and thus boost the company’s production capacity at a far reduced energy cost per component.
Injectaplas is a family run business based in rugeley in which has been established for 25 years, the company specialise in the manufacture of plastic wheels in high viscosity nylon, polypropylene and polyurethane and supply various industrial sectors including food, retail, furniture and transport with current customers including Eurostar, Silent Night, Sainsbury’s, Marks and Spencer, Mains Gas amongst many others.
The package of Borche machines represent the main part of the company’s £500,000 investment in the business to boost production capacity and production efficiency.
Injectaplas fully evaluated and considered a number of potential machinery suppliers over many months before ultimately selecting Borche
“we selected Borche over and above a number of competitors on the basis of the energy efficiency of the machines together with the excellent service support from Borche UK in Droitwich and we are confident that we have made the correct decision”
Chris Whelan Managing Director