Icebel, Lda. at Glasstec

Date: 3 October 2006
Source: Icebel, Lda.
ICEBEL was created by a group of technicians with a large experience in systems and automatisms and having as a goal obtaining businesses in the areas of packaging and palletisation following the development of the Industry of Glass in this area.

Located in the town of glass, with a strong implantation of the cold-end machinery for Glass Industry, it imposed itself in other industrial areas, with adequate solutions, but having as basic equipments the automatic manipulation, palletisation, transportation of palletised charges and pallet packaging.

Main products and services:

Automatic systems for cold-end;
Transportation and palletisation of bottles and other glass articles;
Automatic systems to load and unload;
Palletisers and depalletisers;
Industrial automation;
After-sales services and systems rationalization.

An other aspect of Icebel activities is the after-sales service that does not only supply spare parts. Service means communication, assistance, complicity and quality of the given support, within a company philosophy directed to the market and customer.

Visit Icebel, Lda. at Glasstec hall 13 / C12

Company: Icebel, Lda.
Address: Rua da França Lote 36-A, Zona Industrial de Casal da Lebre, P.O Box 262
Town : Marinha Grande
Zip Postal: 2431-903
Phone: +351 244 545 310
Fax: +351 244 545 319
Web Page:

600450 Icebel, Lda. at Glasstec

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