Pagina 13 - Ti-News n. 08

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Line 3 upgrade
In the last edition of
Ti
news we outlined our $10 million
investment into a new and upgraded extrusion system and TDO
track and chain.  Designed by Bruckner, the upgrade was done
over two shut-down periods.  We are pleased to announce that
both upgrades were completed on time and a series of extensive
testing of our product ranges and machine line capabilities have
been carried out to ensure operational quality and consistency.
With commercial operations now up and running,
Ti
Australia has
set up a dedicated team which includes individuals across the
Ti
Group to ensure manufacturing efficiency and quality of film
is maintained.  It is this support network which allows the team
access to experienced people in order to find solutions to any issues
whichmay arise. The upgrade from 3 to 5 layers allows us to move
our white film range from a 3.3 metre line to the wider and more
efficient 6.6 metre line. The benefits are greater output per hour
through the doubling of width and increase in extrusion capacity.
Additionally we are achieving a far better quality web with a
much flatter profile than what we achieved on the 3.3 metre line.
During the testing and operational running of the line, we are
also able to use an integrated IT interface to monitor all aspects
of the line, providing access to real time information in order to
monitor and troubleshoot certain issues which may arise.  
Benefits to
Ti
and the customer include
Outcome for
Ti
Australia
Benefit for Customer
Improved process control and process stability
More consistent quality reel-to-reel
and batch-to-batch
Improved web flatness
Faster conversion and/or improved
quality print
Larger diameter reels available
Potential conversion cost savings
on volume business
Improved equipment reliability
Improved delivery reliability
Arnott’s Gala Dinner Fundraiser (Camp Quality)
On the 16
th
March 2012,
Ti
Australia once again
showed their support to one of their key
customers, Arnott’s for their foundation Gala
dinner and charity auction.
The Arnott’s Foundation is a non-profit
charitable organisation which held the Gala
dinner to support their major beneficiary -
Camp Quality. For nearly 30 years, Camp
Quality has worked to improve the quality of
life for sick kids living with cancer and their
families - providing them an opportunity to
promote health and wellbeing through fun..
Guests arrived at the Hilton hotel in Sydney
and heard a variety of speeches from celebrity
guests, Arnott’s and Camp Quality, followed
by a three course meal. The evening featured
a main auction, a silent auction and a raffle
with some amazing prizes, including sailing,
golf package, culinary master class, X factor
semi final family pass, signed Wallabies jersey
and dance lesson with a Miss Universe to
name a few.
ASIA PACIFIC