Motan Colortronic revamps its technical centre
By Hamish Champ
Posted 5 July 2012
Motan Colortonic, the granulators-to-conveyors firm, has opened what it calls its “revamped” technical centre at its Chesterfield plant.
The new centre offers "enhanced facilities" for new and existing customers who can come in and put their materials through a series of trials on conveyors, dosing and blending systems and moisture-control equipment, said managing director Karl Miller.
The new centre took four weeks to set up and saw an investment of around £100,000, according to Miller.
“We’d had a technical centre for a while, but decided to revamp it after Colortronic merged with Motan,” he said.
“We've brought in a range of Motan and other related products so people can develop and test new ideas and systems for whatever their needs are, whether its plastics processing and recycling or wanting to trial heating and cooling systems.
“They can also view first hand the level of our customer support and the spare parts we carry,” Miller added.
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