Sidel wants to increase the capacity of the Malaysian branch
Sidel's blow molding machinery manufacturing base in the Malaysian islands is preparing to build a new 11000M2 non functional building to replace another plant 20km away. Two thirds of the new site is mainly engaged in assembly and testing. Like factories in France, Sidel Malay is engaged in the use of medium and low production pet bottle machinery in this group. Since the experimental results can be stored and printed, 480 sets of equipment have been assembled and sold to the world since its completion in 1996
last year, the factory was mainly responsible for the design, development and production of a series of new linear blow molding machines, with a production capacity of less than 7000 bottles per hour. It is believed that in the future, it will develop towards longer life and no protection.
source: Plastic Packaging Committee