With this order, Corruseal will be takings its 8th and 9th EVOL machines. To date, seven machines are already running, following the latest start-up in January 2023.
“Once again, Corruseal has placed its faith in our high-speed casemaking solutions,” says Bettini. “The company has been running the EVOL in its plants for many years now and in one of their factories, they are operating four machines, side by side. This is testament to the relationship we have built with Corruseal and we are grateful for their continuing belief in not only our machinery, but also our after sales support and services.”
Bettini continues, “Corruseal is the leading user of EVOL in South Africa and they now join the list of companies around the world who use multiple machines within their daily operations. We are honoured to be working with companies like Corruseal, who are able to see undeniable benefits of our total converting solution.”
With these two new machines, it brings the total of EVOL running in South Africa to 13. The two new machines are expected to be delivered in 2024.