CMB Besana’s feedback about glasstec 2012

Date: 1 November 2012
Source: CMB Besana
“At Glasstec 2012 we were more than happy to perceive that the market is rebounding. Some of the clients we met were intent on buying new equipment to improve their competitive edge and provide higher quality products.

There was a general trend to buy machinery capable of processing orders when required”. These were the comments made by CMB Besana upon returning from the 5 days spent at the German show.

The company is now providing a response to these needs with machinery capable of rapidly adjusting sizes and processing operations to eliminate production stops, downtimes or long programming times. Its double-edger and CNC drilling machines are all driven by software that can be interfaced with the next-generation production programs of companies.

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