IM Group receives top accolades in Europe
Turin-based IM Group (formerly Inkmaker Group), the dispensing systems specialist, has been recognised as one of the top 10 chemical tech solution providers in Europe 2021 by Manufacturing Technology Insights. The Group offers total processengineering through its brands: Inkmaker, Rexson, Vale- tech, Swesa, Teko and Tecnopails.
09 Jul 2021 | By Noel D'Cunha
The Group’s core business—predominantly in the paint, coatings, ink and chemical industry offers design and manufacturing through to complete engineering studies and turnkey solutions for; customised plant engineering and software design; highly accurate automated dispensing; process equipment from bulk handling to filling lines; POS equipment and other related services. Several criteria attracted Manufacturing Technology Insights to IM Group, among which is the group’s technological and auto- mated systems.
“We have invested significantly in the global evolution of our Group from systems and processes, software and technology through to human capital and the acquisition of several companies with specific expertise. All of this was recently revealed in the interna- tional media with the rebranding of our Inkmaker Group to IM Group. This recognition , by Manufacturing Technology Insights, therefore comes as a great honour to us and we would like to thank the judges for their exhaustive research at arriving at their decision,” said Christophe Rizzo, CEO EMEA / Americas, IM Group.
IM Group has manufacturing plants in three continents with presence in five continents across 15 countries including India.
The company also announced the completion of a major installation in Western Europe.
The project, led by Oliver Daulon, general manager, Inkmaker France and area sales manager for IM GROUP, was completed in record time by a specialised team at IM Group's headquarters in Turin, Italy.
“It was challenging for our colleagues, to work through Covid-related restrictions, in meeting the tight deadline but the positive attitude of the team, led by Enrico Mattiazzi, ensured that all ran smoothly and to plan," explained Olivier.
The project, involving water-based state-of the-art gravimetric and volumetric dispensing technology, agitators and quality-control stations interconnected via flexible conveying systems, brought together several components from the various brands within IM GROUP.
“We are very pleased with the outcome and look forward to completing many more projects with this client," concluded Christophe Rizzo.