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12/10/2007
Presses: the Sacmi Group breaks the 10,000 barrier

New PH6200 installed at the Spanish Rocersa plant marks an enormous achievement

It all began back in the early 1950s, when Sacmi developed its first friction press. A machine that was, back then, the most advanced money could buy. And it is thanks to cutting-edge technology and reliability that the Sacmi Group has continued to produce, over the following decades, ever-more sophisticated machines and, consequently, to be chosen as the official supplier for a growing number of customers all over the world.

A success story that has allowed Sacmi to make a remarkable achievement: to have designed, built and installed on the customer’s premises the 10,000th press ever to have been built by the Group. The machine – a PH6200 – was assembled at the Rocersa ceramic plant in Spain and came on line at the beginning of December. A key model for those looking to produce medium-large porcelain tiles, the PH6200 is the latest act in a long line of technical developments spanning decades.

During the official start up ceremony for press number 10,000, which took place on December 13, Sacmi awarded Rocersa a silver press model to symbolise this stunning industrial development, which began in an age when technology was a different matter altogether. Yet while times and techniques have changed both that first press and this latest one are part of the same mission: to create cutting-edge products of long-lasting reliability.

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