Mosca machine recognised for energy efficiency

Mosca CEO Timo Mosca (left) and chief technical officer Jürgen Beisel (right) accept the award from Baden-Württemberg’s environment minister Franz Untersteller

MOSCA has been recognised as one of the ‘100 Companies for Resource Efficiency’ for its new pallet strapping machine.

Mosca said the award, from the University of Stuttgart – The Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences, is due to the machine’s “advanced technology and contribution to energy resource”.

The Mosca Pallet Strapper uses technology to reduce energy consumption and volume of strapping material used. The firm said the machine features coordinated technology and optimised process handling to achieve energy savings of around 20%.

“Sustainability is an integral part of our company philosophy as a technology leader for strapping solutions,” said Timo Mosca, CEO of Mosca. “Our focus is on continuously optimising our production processes and saving resources.”

The award was presented by Franz Untersteller, environment minister for Baden-Württemberg, at the Resource Efficiency and Recycling Economy Congress in Karlsruhe.