£200k investment for Emissco aerosol production

Staffordshire-based aerosol manufacturer Emissco has installed an automated filling line.

This new production line will allow an additional eight million units per year to be produced, to give an overall capacity of around 16 million cans, and represents an investment of around £200,000. The plan is that the Klarius-backed company can now scale up production according to customer demand.

Automatic Filling line for aerosol cans

 

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Founded four years ago, Emissco has won customers in Europe and the Middle East providing solvents, greases, and air-con cleaning products

“With a total equipment value of £200,000, our new high-capacity aerosol line is taking our business to the next level. This investment means we can offer our customers more, and faster than ever before. We’re excited to bring this new line into operation and look forward to delivering market-leading solutions to customers around the world.” commented Wayne Johnson, Operations Director at Emissco.

New production plant being lifted into place

The firm produces products under its own brand, but can provide clients with the option of producing private label sprays. It also introduced (non-aerosol) adblue into range last year. .

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