Positive results for Bovone via The Glass Machinery Company

The appointment of The Glass Machinery Company as sole UK agent by Italian manufacturer Bovone has seen very positive results this year.

Both the company and its customers have reaped the benefits that advanced Italian technology brings to glass manufacturing.     

Already this year The Glass Machinery Company has installed 5 new Bovone machines into both existing and new Bovone customers.

Whilst senior management at Bovone had evaluated other agents regarding its representation in the UK it was considered that the experience, enthusiasm and excellent support service of The Glass Machinery team surpassed others.

The company believes for this sector the manufacturing field is key to a stronger economy, with a renewed focus on generating positive growth. The Glass Machinery Company’s constructive ethos, extensive industry experience and commitment to customer satisfaction has consequently secured very promising results for the Italian manufacturer.

Phil Birchall, Managing Director at The Glass Machinery Company believes that Bovone’s commitment to quality service and regular product development provides new-found advantages and potential which could alter the competitive balance of the UK glass processing market.

Phil comments, “The ability to innovate and create high-tech products is essential for future prosperity. Bovone’s hard earned reputation for excellence and progress is substantiated by the five installations we have completed this year so far, which have led to positive results for everyone. Customers have increased output and quality standards significantly through investment in advanced automation.”

Senior management at the Milanese based Bovone commented, “We are committed to delivering world class products, ensuring they provide our customers with viable benefits and a return on investment. The Glass Machinery Company’s appointment was a key part of our corporate profiling strategy and is considered critical to further establishing Bovone in the UK market.”

Founded in 1954, Bovone is a reputable, family run company headed up by Vittorio Bovone, who along with a consolidated worldwide team provides processing equipment to the glass processing sector. The company is established on the international market as a dependable supplier of highly reliable and durable products.

Phil Birchall, Managing Director, The Glass Machinery Company comments: “It's not easy to transform the market’s economy overnight but it is moving forward in a positive way. Given the great results we have already achieved, we feel confident that the addition of Bovone to our existing, high quality portfolio of glass machinery products ensures we can offer complete solutions to glass processors at extremely competitive costs as the market looks towards recovery.”

For more information on Bovone products or any systems in the range visit The Glass Machinery website www.theglassmachinerycompany.co.uk or call 00 44 1630 638555.

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Date: 27 June 2013
Source: www.h-stanley.com

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