EME builds another batch plant in Mexico

For EME Maschinenfabrik Clasen GmbH, a leading supplier of batch plants and cullet return systems for the glass industry, Mexico remains a very promising and successful region.

Currently EME performs there the installation of a huge container glass plant and at the same time another order for Mexico came in.The Bilbao-based Spanish company Vicrila is beginning an internationalization process and will start a start a tableware production factory in Mexico early 2014.Initially the production will start with one melting furnace, however, the batch plant is already prepared for adding a second furnace later on.

The scope of supplies includes all key components for dosing, weighing and mixing as well as the cullet return system and the control system for the complete line.

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