Hegla to demonstrate leading edge at glasstec 2012

glasstec 2012 will be a pivotal platform for Hegla as the leading glass cutting system specialist demonstrates a number of new developments on Stands C55, C56, C73 and E55 in Hall 14.

The 3 x 2 Optimax Plus Float Cuttng Table will be one of the flagships this year at the show as it will incorporate the lastest Laser Marking System available from the company which will be exhibited with a double sided loader also attached.

With an impressive Stand sitting alongside Bystronic glass, this year’s exhibition will inevitably create a substantial impact with the industry able to evaluate options on-stand that will help to improve performance and profit margins for many businesses.

Previously the show has proved a very successful arena for Hegla, which has led to great success for the company that is considered one of the leading global suppliers of glass cutting and sorting equipment.

Steve Goble Managing Director Hegla UK comments: “According to industry research reports show despite challenging market conditions that overall exhibition industry activity has increased by 3.8% to last year, which bodes well for this year’s show and the industry as a whole. The Glasstec show´s history always attracts a large number of visitors which helps to increase leads/sales generation and is vital to demonstrate developments and spread the word about a new Hegla product or service

As a machinery provider we listen more than talk by focussing on what visitors want. With a hands on approach there will be interactive demonstrations on the Hegla stand which will enable the company to demonstrate its expertise within the glass cutting and storage sector.”

Other important fully automated exhibits will include a 6 x 3 combination Float/Laminated Prolam 46 cutting table with a Re-master as well as a 6 x 3 Galactic Linear Drive Float table with a fully automatic X and Y breakout which includes a fully automatic sorting system and subsequent corner turning unit attached.

This next generation of automated systems on display will also include racking and storage systems – a key area of expertise for Hegla. For this reason a large assortment of the latest modern equipment will be shown on-stand including an automatic stacker loading system specifically designed for Jumbo glass, an automatic and semi-automatic concertina glass racking system as well as robotic equipment for picking and placing glass and various internal and external racks.

The reliability of the range is substantiated by the guaranteed performance and recognised excellence of German engineering. For those businesses needing to transport products the tailored Hegla vehicles available with and without Hi ab, will be seen on-stand.

Steve Goble, Managing Director at Hegla UK comments, “Glasstec has always proved successful for Hegla and this year we have no doubt that the latest developments for highly efficient glass manufacturing will make an impact and prove popular. At one of the largest global exhibitions we will reinforce the qualities, skills and superiority of the Hegla brand providing investors with the right means to take their businesses forward.”

For more information on the Hegla range please call 01604 261933 or alternatively visit the website www.hegla.co.uk

600450 Hegla to demonstrate leading edge at glasstec 2012 glassonweb.com
Date: 24 October 2012
Source: www.hegla.co.uk

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