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Netstal at Gulfood 2013

Netstal at Gulfood 2013
Netstal is due to demonstrate its injection molding technologies in the beverage, medical and packaging industries at international plastics trade show Gulfood in Dubai (February 25 through 28, Trade Centre Arena / Sheikh Saeed Hall). Visitors to the stand of Netstal's representative Integrated Packaging Systems (IPS) will be able to receive detailed advice from Netstal experts about the products, systems and services that are relevant to their specific applications.

"Customer demand in the United Arab Emirates for premium beverage bottles and closures is high right now," explains Markus DalPian from Netstal. "Customers are increasingly appreciating the fact that we are able to develop the right system solution with the right system for specific applications. Thanks to our high level of expertise and innovative strength, we can guarantee maximum cost-effectiveness and the most efficient production for our customers."

Netstal also has a strong local service partner in the form of IPS, who is able to focus on specific customer applications and provide a high level of technical support to achieve maximum machine availability. An extensive, close-knit partner network means that Netstal's turnkey system solutions are configured for top quality, the shortest cycle times and the lowest material costs in the United Arab Emirates as well. "Applying our application and system expertise to specific customer applications is a matter of course for us in this region, too," continues DalPian.

Netstal's complete system solutions are based on its acclaimed top-quality machine series, which include the PET-LINE and PETForm for the manufacture of PET preforms and the EVOS and ELION for bottle caps, thin-walled packaging and medical parts. All of these series are characterized by utmost reliability, incredibly low energy consumption and maximum output. "These benefits are helping our growing customer base in the United Arab Emirates to manufacture competitively thanks to staggeringly low local production costs," says DalPian.