Glaston: Partnering For A Superior Source Of glass Lifters

Date: 26 October 2009
Source: Glaston
At Vitrum 2009, Glaston will announce its latest cooperation agreement with Finland-based Cimec Oy for the sales and distribution of glass lifters. Cimec Oy, founded in 1995, manufactures machines for window manufacturers and the glass industry.

The cooperation between Glaston and Cimec will primarily deal with products related to window assembly lines and glass lifters. Cimec specializes primarily in ergonomic handling equipment, which can be easily customized due to its modular construction.
According to Mr. Timo Nieminen, Senior Vice President, Glaston Services, “Glaston and Cimec share the same vision of a continuous customer-oriented development process that guarantees high quality products for the benefit of end users.”
The Cimec range of glass lifters includes tilting lifters as well as vertical lifters.
Benefits of the Cimec glass lifter range:
- Easy to use 
- Easy handling of large / heavy / thin (fragile) glass 
- Excellent end-product quality – no scratching or manual handling 
- One man operation for savings on labor costs 
- Ergonomic, user-friendly equipment 
- Unlimited rotation around the suspension – no bent or broken pipes 
- Easy installation – no electrical connection needed 
The Cimec glass lifter can be seen in operation during Vitrum 2009 in Glaston’s New Showroom at Glaston Italy in Bregnano.

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