IMI Remosa has unveiled a new 16,000m2 factory in Sardinia as part of its ongoing mission to bolster its manufacturing capabilities and accelerate the transition to greener industrial energy sources. The new facility, which is one-third larger than its predecessor, was officially opened recently at an event attended by IMI CEO Roy Twite and Jackie Hu, Managing Director of IMI Critical Engineering (IMI Critical).
The 45,000m2 site, which employs over 200 people, will manufacture valves and hydraulic actuating systems for critical applications in petrochemical industries, alongside new green energy products, such as its new IMI VIVO Electrolyser. It is a fundamental element of IMI Critical’s strategy to enhance its core manufacturing capability and improve accessibility to sustainable solutions for the industry.
Alongside a solar energy plant, the factory also houses a full-time team dedicated to developing and testing solutions for global hydrogen generator projects. The facility is set to play a key role in the company’s research and production of green solutions, with the growing hydrogen market representing a major focus for IMI Critical, both now and into the future.