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Electrix International Ltd

Electrix International Ltd is the World’s Leading Manufacturer & Stockist of Stainless Steel Cable Management Systems. Based in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, their client base includes the food, pharmaceutical, brewing, dairy and soft drinks industries where hygienic, durable and corrosion-resistant products are required.

Paul Burt (Continuous Improvement Engineer) explained the problems Electrix faced before they contacted Hako “We were using a small pedestrian scrubber-dryer machine to clean and maintain the factory floor. The problem we were experiencing was the time it was taking to cover this area. The problem got bigger due to the expansion of our manufacturing site; we were carrying out a pre-sweep of the factory prior to using the scrubber-drier which was taking considerably longer to do”.

Mark Foster (Area Sales Executive – North East) visited the Electrix site alongside Tony Mackey (Product Demonstrator) with two B115R machines (cylindrical and brush plates). Paul Burt made the following comments regarding the demonstration: “Tony Mackey and Mark Foster provided Electrix with very knowledgeable information and a professional attitude. Both Tony and Mark looked at our needs as a business and provided us with what they believed would help maintain the high quality standards we were trying to achieve. Overall, Electrix felt that the build quality and easy understanding of the control buttons were the key factors in helping to choose our cylindrical machine from Hako”.

Paul went on to say: “Since the Hako machine arrived we have seen our cleaning time reduced significantly. The ride-on machine leaves a much better surface finish than our previous machine. Electrix could not be happier with the service provided by Hako. We are 100% sure the correct decision was made in choosing the Hakomatic B115R cylindrical machine”.