DFI’s new state-of-the-art application technology is supplied in Italy

Italian shower door manufacturer SAMO SpA, one of Europe’s leader in the fabrication of shower enclosures and licensee of DFI’s enhanced hydrophobic technology, has successfully completed full implementation of DFI’s production procedures under a newly developed (designed and manufactured in Italy) application technology with fully automatic capabilities.

This new turn-key operation of DFI’s patented hydrophobic process further enhances DFI’s cost-effective and innovative technology by substantially minimizing any labor required to operate the process and at the same time provides an easier method to be implemented under any production flow. This new method, as the prior application process, is also ecology-friendly and has been certified under European environmental laws.

SAMO, with its main manufacturing plant in Northern Italy (Verona region), has a vast chain of distribution throughout Italy and Europe, with sales offices in Spain, France and Portugal, and an annual production capability of nearly 750,000 shower door units.

Gastone Segala, Director of Research & Development at SAMO, reported: "This newly developed application technology provides us with not only operational efficiency but also with the capability of increased production at no additional indirect costs”.

Guillermo U. Seta, VP and Executive Director of DFI, stated: “This new engineered design provides increased levels of productivity and efficiency, essential elements in today’s global market; it also empowers competitive advantages, creates revenue opportunities, and clearly generates a remarkable improvement from an application technology perspective.”

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Date: 14 April 2003
Source: DF Technology

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