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Borche UK Open Days

Borche UK Open Days

Wednesday 27th June 2018 and
Thursday 28th June 2018

Discover the latest Borche Servo Controlled series of machines that will be on display together with associated automation.

The official open day is on 27th June 2018. The President of Borche – Mr.Zhu will be greeting our customers from the UK and Ireland with opening ceremony at 1pm.

Light refreshments will be served. Please confirm your attendance by emailing

Venue:Borche Machinery UK Showroom and Service Centre, Bay 2, Building 83, First Avenue, The Pensnett Estate, Kingswinford, DY6 7FL, United Kingdom

Time: 10:30am – 4:00pm

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Wheatley Plastics

Wheatley Plastics expands with new Borche 600


Wheatley Plastics the Stockport based moulder has invested in a new Borche BU600 ton machine to meet increased production demand for larger scale mouldings.

The company installed a new Borche 150 ton machine last year and added a further new 200 ton machine earlier this year and the new BU600 was selected on the strength of the performance and reliability of the existing Borche machines experienced to date.

The new Borche BU600 is of the Two Platen design and therefore is very compact in terms of footprint and is extremely energy efficient as a result of the Servo drive system.

Wheatley Plastics is a very long established business and has a wealth of experience, managing Director Gary Knight has overseen an impressive rate of expansion over recent years since he completed a management buyout in 2011 in which has seen the company more than double in terms of turnover during this time.

Investment levels for the company have now exceeded £350,000 over the last 12 months in new machinery and material handling systems.

The manufacturer offer clients a full initial product design service together with tooling design and procurement right through to final production.

Wheatley Plastics are well established in serving a wide range of industrial sectors including Construction, Medical, Packaging, Electronics, Point of Display, Plumbing and Pest Control amongst others.


“We have been delighted with the performance of our Borche machines and expect Borche to be very much part of our future expansion plans of which target further growth to £2 million turnover within three years” Gary Knight Managing Director

RGE Group

RGE Group invest in first Borche 1000 ton machine


RGE Group have installed a new Borche BU1000 machine to meet increasing demand from their domestic and international clients. The machine will be producing a range of large storage containers up to 65l in size in a range of colours and materials.

The BU1000 machine is of the Two Platen locking design for a more compact footprint together with additional mould height capacity and as with the full Borche range of machines employs the latest servo hydraulic systems for reduced power consumption and vastly improved energy efficiency.

RGE Group have three manufacturing plants within the UK including Whittlesey near Peterborough which houses the new Borche 1000 together with an impressive overseas network in which includes both factories and offices in the USA, China, Lithuania and Denmark, in all the Group have a total production capacity in which now employs in excess of 150 moulding machines up to and including 3150 ton together with printing, sub assembly and product design and finishing capability.

The company have now been established over 50 years and currently serve a wide range of markets and blue chip names within the following industrial sectors including White Goods, Office Furniture, Chair Bases, Material Handling Products, storage containers and technical mouldings amongst many others and continue to find growth from all sectors and the group’s annual sales turnover now exceeds £50 million.

RGE Group have invested heavily in recent times in both Moulding Machinery, Robotics and Automation and Material handling systems together with Machine Tools for the company’s in house mould toolmaking facility combined with major improvements in logistics and infrastructure as well as company wide health and safety procedures.


“We have seen significant growth in our business and have steadily grown our capacity for larger moulding. Having heard good things about Borche machines we were keen to measure it’s all round performance against our existing machinery types. We visited and inspected the machines in production at an existing Borche customer in the UK and decided to place our first order for our Whittlesey factory.”     Gordon Leach     RGE Group Managing Director


Plastic Supplies – Dudley



Plastic Supplies Dudley the Brierley Hill based Moulder have invested in a new Borche BS260 ton machine to meet increasing demand

Whilst the companies order book continues to grow this investment decision was also very much influenced by the necessity to improve the production efficiency of the factory and reduce production costs where possible.

The company had one of their existing older machine broken down and were faced with another potential costly repair, instead of this the management decided to replace the machine and invest in a new Borche Servo driven machine.

Following the installation of the new Borche BS Servo controlled machine as a direct replacement of the existing machine of old fixed pump design the companies monthly electricity bill has reduced by a staggering £4,200 per month thus this investment has proved to be fully self-funded with a payback period of less than 14 months.

Plastic Supplies Dudley are a family run business established in 1969, the company have a range of injection moulding machines up to and including 480 ton and manufacture both in house product together with a range of components to various industrial sectors including construction, heating and ventilation, leisure and automotive amongst others.


“ we are delighted with our decision to install the new Borche and in particular with the savings in our monthly electricity costs that have been made as a result, we would not hesitate to make the same decision again in the future” Tim Loverock , Managing Director


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Naylor Group



Naylor Drainage Ltd, a subsidiary of Naylor Industries plc, has made a further investment in the company’s in-house plastics moulding division by installing its first Borche 500t machine.

Naylor is a 4th generation family business founded in 1890, which manufactures a wide range of drainage products in both plastic and clay for supply to the building and civil engineering industries. The Naylor group has a current turnover of some £50m, employs 380 people and has six UK manufacturing sites- half in the Barnsley area, the others in Cheshire, Scotland and the West Midlands. The Naylor group is also an active exporter, with sales onto every continent and into 65 different markets.

Naylor’s in-house moulding facility already houses five existing moulders up to and including 440 tonnes; these use 100% recycled polypropylene to manufacture various products for Naylor’s clay and plastics divisions. The new Borche moulder will be used to produce connectors, access chambers and a new range of environmental components.

This further investment by the company was made to increase efficiency in the manufacturing process and create additional production capacity to support Naylor’s sales growth. Equally however, the Naylor group is very aware of its wider environmental responsibilities and investing in the new Borche 500t machine meets both objectives for the company. The machine’s energy efficiency is attributable to the servo controlled hydraulics which result in a dramatic reduction in electricity consumption and cooling requirement as compared to older existing machines.

Mark Grimes, Naylor’s injection moulding manager commented: “We evaluated a number of machines and suppliers before selecting Borche. The combination of a high spec machine together with excellent service and technical support and massive savings on energy reductions finalised the deal. The machine was delivered on time and we have been delighted with the performance to date”

Naylor are currently evaluating further investment in terms of plant and facilities in anticipation of further growth in 2016.




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



Thurplas – Birmingham



Thurplas the Birmingham based moulder has taken delivery of two additional Borche machines to enhance production capacity and meet increasing customer orders.

The new Borche 320 ton and 260 ton machines will be utilised across a wide range of products in which the company produce for various industrial sectors including lens for traffic management systems, light clusters for Rolls Royce and fuel distribution components for the automotive industry together with hospital supplies products amongst an array of others.

The company offer a complete in house component design through to final production and process the full range of materials including Acetal, ABS, Nylon, PVC and polyester to name but a few and also offer printing, painting and assembly capability.

Thurplas was established in 2002 and is run by Keith Plumbe who together with Dave Dale the works manager have a wealth of experience within the plastics industry of over 70 years between them.


“ we are very pleased with the performance of the Borche machines and in particular with the service from the team at Borche UK in Droitwich “Keith Plumbe Managing Director

Alderburgh Group – Littleborough



Alderburgh Group of Littleborough continue to expand with a move to a new 65000 square foot factory, combined with the new plant the company’s investment levels over the last year have now exceeded £1.5m.

Alderburgh manufacture various products in relation to ground works to the construction industry including Gas Barrier Ventilation Systems, Structural Waterproofing, Ground Stabilisation systems, Damp Proof Course systems and Stormwater management systems and inspection chambers and are notably the largest independent manufacturer of DPC in the country.

The company have been involved with a series of large projects with the MOD at RAF Brize Norton, the Manchester City Football Academy together with the highways agency amongst others.

Alderburgh Group have an existing in-house moulding facility with some eight machines up to and including 560 ton, the company installed the first Borche 560 ton machine earlier this year and based on the machine performance have subsequently ordered another three machines namely a new Borche 800 ton and two further Borche 560 ton machines.


“We have been delighted with both the performance of the new Borche 560 together with the energy efficiency and with the aftersales service provided by PMS, on this basis we had no hesitation in confirming our recent order “Gary Baker, Director, Alderburgh Group

Agema Engineering – Coventry

A new 2200 tonne injection moulding machine from Chinese manufacturer Borche has pride of place in a major expansion by Coventry-based Agema Engineering, intended to meet growing demand from the UK automotive sector.

The machine, the largest supplied into the UK from China, sits alongside five other new Borche machines, including 1200 and 800 tonners, in a newly fitted out facility, the company’s sixth in the Bedworth area. The larger machines, fitted with rotary platens and secondary injection units, will carry out multicomponent moulding on large auto components and are two platen models with auto tie bar removal for low level tool loading, while the three smaller models are toggle lock.

Agema Engineering, established by former toolmaker John Stringer in the 80s, has enjoyed dramatic five-fold growth in recent years with turnover now exceeding £16m and a workforce of more than 120. Confident of the firm’s ability to win new business, Stringer has overseen an investment programme totalling some £10m in the past three years, with Borche machines, supplied through agent Droitwich-based Plastic Machinery Sales, at its heart.

“Agema purchased the first Borche machine over three years ago and now have over 20; we have found the machines to be very reliable consistent and extremely energy efficient,” Stringer says. Analysis of the machines’ energy usage shows dramatic improvements over the firm’s older equipment, attributed to the servo driven pump system employed, which also offers lower noise and cooling requirements. Borche itself claims outstanding savings on energy consumption with machine prices up to 40% below comparable European-made equipment.

Combining toolmaking with a wide range of injection moulding, Agema is a Tier One supplier with capabilities spanning wood veneer back moulding, carpet back moulding and both over moulding and 2K moulding across a range of materials including highly glass filled nylons. The company supplies a range of interior and exterior parts as well as demanding under-bonnet components.

According to Terry O’Reilly of PMS,( Sales Director) Borche has capacity of some 800 machines a month from its two Chinese plants which have impressed Stringer, who is chairman of Agema with son Jonathon as managing director.

When PRW visited the company recently, commissioning of the equipment, which employs sophisticated Keba control systems and will be deployed with six axis robots, was underway. The new facility is expected to open this month.

Agema’s automotive customers are typically at the prestige level and the company also supplies mouldings for motor cycles.

Pix: Big Borche as supplied to Agema

John Stringer (left) and Terry O’Reilly in one of Agema’s earlier units