PMMA Mars Eco Injection Moulding Machine
Following the introduction of the entry-level Haitian Mars Eco series of injection moulding machines late in 2011, Premier Moulding Machinery (PMM) has completed a very productive year with record sales.
2012 saw the installation of the company’s largest machine to date, a 1000t servo hydraulic Haitian Mars MA10000.8400 universal machine into a tier one automotive customer, along with a number of other machines into similar automotive customers.
PMM states the Haitian Mars Eco series has proven to be a popular choice with existing and new customers alike; one such longstanding customer is Swindon-based moulder, Elbmar Ltd, who installed its third Haitian machine, a Mars MA3200.1700 Eco, earlier this year.
Elbmar Managing Director, Kevin Rich, explained: "Prior to purchasing the Mars MA3200eco, we had bought two Haitian machines, a HTF320W and a HTF300X; both machines have proven to be very efficient and have had impeccable reliability. However, we needed to increase our capacity and with ever increasing energy costs we decided to buy the MA3200eco this time. The energy savings have exceeded our expectations and once again the machine has been impeccable.”
"Haitian has been growing in reputation within the UK, since the introduction by PMM eight years ago," commented Paul Hulin, PMM’s Managing Director. "However, the Mars Eco series has boosted our sales greatly,” he continued.
“I believe that we have found the best cost / performance balance for this entry level series, as our customers gain exceptional power savings and reliability for a price that rivals typical used machinery costs.
“For example, we have installed two Haitian MA3800.2250 Eco machines, at a cost of only £75,995.00 each, including installation, filled with oil and two years warranty. Additionally, our customers gain the confidence of our service and spares support in the UK, and from our principle, Haitian Europe, based in Germany,” Mr Hulin concluded.
Not wishing to stand still, Haitian will be adding further innovations to the Mars series from the start of 2013, including the latest software package to the Keba 2580 controller, which provides a freely programmable machine sequencer as standard.