Salvamac records over 50% growth

9 December 2019

Polish-based crosscut saw machinery manufacturer Salvamac has recorded sales growth in excess of 50% in 2019.

The company was founded in 2016 and manufactures semi-automatic and manual cross-cutting saws.

“It was an extremely positive season, we have achieved and even exceeded our goals in a shorter time than we had expected,” said co-founder Christian Salvador.

“Our products met with great interest in all those markets that want to make each phase of the production cycle faster and more efficient, starting from the cross-cutting”.

Ziemowit Dolkowski, co-founder, said its production was initially focused on the Classic 40, 50 and 60 semi-automatic and manual cross-cutting saws, which require limited investment and a step towards a faster, safer and more efficient production.

It has since been adding more advanced machines with intelligent handling systems to aid small businesses move to more automated solutions.

This year it launched its own electronic stop “Salvastop”, a system that electronically manages the stopping and positioning of the boards or profiles to be cut, regardless of the material. At Ligna 2019 it launched the pusher optimising saw SALVAPUSH 2000.

“Optimising the cutting of the wood to the individual requirements of our customers is part of our DNA,” added Mr Salvador. “This is just the beginning.”

2019 was also a breakthrough year due to the company’s creation of a new division – AIR & PAINTING. Salvamac will launch further products in 2020 at the exhibitions Holz Handwerk in Nuremberg and Xylexpo in Milan.

Christian Salvador and Ziemowit Dolkowski say their business is moving up the gears