“We are excited to have such strong and knowledgeable partners at our side. The collaboration in our first project has already convinced us of TOMRA and Sutco. It is the quality and flexibility their systems offer and the reliable service that made them our partners of choice. Together we aim to make Site Zero a blueprint for sorting facilities in Europe”, explains Philipsson.
Leveraging the power of connectivity and data, all AUTOSORT™ machines are connected to TOMRA Insight
, a cloud-based data platform for secure, near-real-time monitoring of all sorting lines. “When we started working with our customer and understood their goals, it was clear that a digital monitoring tool would help optimize the process. This is where TOMRA Insight comes in. It collects sorting data, creates reports, and sends notifications if there are any inconsistencies that affect the overall performance of the sorting line. If this data is used as a strategic management tool, efficiencies can be increased and costs lowered”, describes Lambertz.
More than 300 participants from the plastics value chain were invited to be part of the grand opening on November 15, where they could listen to various presentations and see live demonstrations. Mattias Philipsson, Oliver Lambertz, Michael Ludden, CEO Sutco and Yannick Rödder Project Manager Sutco, shared their perspective and future vision of the project in a press conference. They highlighted that the plant will be the first of its kind and able to produce the highest material qualities, while decreasing its ecological footprint. Philipsson concludes: “Together with our partners, we will make Sweden a leader in recycling.”