Relyon Limited based at Wellington in Somerset are the latest UK company to choose a Salvador Crosscutting System to update and speed up their manufacturing process.
The Superpush S200 Optimising Machine was supplied by UK distributors Daltons Wadkin and installed and commissioned by the Daltons Wadkin team last November. Sales Director Andy Walsh who negotiated the sale commented “The Salvador Superpush System represents real value for money and it is a high performance piece of kit. We have installed a number of these machines in various parts of the UK and demand seems to be on the increase. We were delighted to be able to meet the requirements of a high profile manufacturer like Relyon and I am sure the equipment will give them many years of excellent service.”
Relyon became a public company in 1966 and became known as Relyon Group PLC and due to an acquisition in 2001 by Steinhoff International Holdings Limited their market presence has been further strengthened as the UK arm of a truly international organization. The Relyon bed division has won a number of awards for the quality of their work and their products are distributed widely throughout the UK.