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A new milestone for Betta Sanitaryware

Official acknowledgment follows purchase of 3000th mould from Sacmi Whiteware

It all began in 1998 with the supply of new-concept high pressure casting machines and glazing robots. Use of these new techniques and technologies generated brilliant production and business results, paving the way for long-term industrial partnership between Betta Sanitaryware and Sacmi Whiteware.

Sacmi has now presented this South African company with an award to celebrate the purchase of yet another Sacmi Whiteware-made resin mould - the 3000th. During a brief in-factory ceremony - performed in front of mould number three thousand itself- the award was presented to Nick Booth, Managing Director of the Ceramic Industries Group to which Betta Sanitaryware belongs.

Betta Sanitaryware began restructuring its production operations in the mid-90s, focussing on high pressure casting with resin moulds in accordance with policies imposed by the President of Ceramic Industries, Gianni Ravazzotti. It turned out to be a winning strategy: today, the entire output – over 1,750,000 pieces a year – is pressure-cast using benches and resin moulds supplied exclusively by Sacmi.


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