Press releases of recent years.
EREMA in the 2010/2011 fiscal year
Record orders again for EREMA thanks to existing and many new customers
Ansfelden, Austria, May 2011. – EREMA, the Austrian manufacturer of plastic recycling systems, ended its 2010/2011 fiscal year on 31 March this year once again with record figures: consolidated sales achieved by the EREMA Group – comprising EREMA Engineering Recycling Maschinen und Anlagen Ges.m.b.H., Ansfelden with its subsidiaries Erema North America Inc., located in Ipswich/MA, and 3S-GmbH in Roitham near Gmunden in Austria – reached EUR 95 million for the period from 1 April 2010 to 31 March 2011.
Order intake is also more than respectable, rising from EUR 75 million (2009/2010) to the highest order intake volume of all time at EUR 127 million (2010/2011). This is a new record and, compared to the previous year, not only represents an increase of 70% but also lies 30% above the previous record order intake of 2007/2008.
This success was encouraged on the one hand by the further developments of the plant and process technologies which have improved both customer benefits and the price/performance ratio. Positive market developments plus the associated orders from both existing and many new customers were the second driving force behind this upswing. The number of employees also rose to keep pace with the growth, increasing to 335 as result.
Since it was founded in 1983 EREMA has specialised in the development, manufacturing and worldwide distribution of plastic recycling systems and technologies for the plastics processing industry. With its own sales and service companies in the USA, China and Japan, plus around 50 local representatives in all five continents, EREMA provides custom recycling solutions to match almost any individual application requirements. Innovative, stable technology and global service support ensure that owners enjoy the maximum benefit from their machines. EREMA technology has become established as a global, leading standard for a wide variety of recycling tasks, ranging from the recycling of polyolefins to polyester (PET).