Scandinavia's largest injection moulding machine purchased
Idé-Pro (Skive / Denmark;, a specialist for injection-moulded prototypes and small series production, has expanded its capacities just a few months after investment firm Blue Equity (Kolding / Denmark; acquired half the company’s shares – see of 24.04.2019. In Idé-Pro’s new facility at Glyngøre – around 25 km from its head office in Skive – the company has installed an injection moulding machine from Haitian (Ningbo, Zhejiang / China; with a clamping force of 40,000 kN. The Danish company now has the largest injection moulding machine in Scandinavia, according to plastics industry association Plastindustrien (Copenhagen / Denmark;

Idé-Pro started up production at its Glyngøre plant – a former fish processing factory – on 1 July. The location is scheduled to be running at full capacity by the end of 2020.
19.08.2019 [243178-0]
Published on 19.08.2019
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