The Borsche 560 tonne machines installed at Aldeburgh Group.
Specialist manufacturers and suppliers of building protection systems, Alderburgh Group, says continued expansion has seen it invest £1.5 million in the last 12 months on new injection moulding machinery and a move to a 6,500 sq. ft. manufacturing facility.
The Littleborough-based company, which produces various plastics products in relation to ground works in the construction industry, already has an existing in-house injection moulding facility housing eight machines.
It purchased and installed a Borsche 560 tonne-moulding machine earlier this year and has subsequently ordered another three machines, namely a new Borsche 800 tonne and two additional 560 tonne models.
“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,” commented Gary Baker, Director, Alderburgh Group.
Over the last 25 years Alderburgh Group has supplied, designed and installed thousands systems in a number of sectors throughout the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
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.