Waltec: one of the largest glass machine manufacturers in the world

 WALTEC is one of the largest glass machine manufacturers in the world and supplies into the glass processing companies in over 100 countries of the world.

We offer our customers not only the concept and manufacture of machines and plants, but in addition, also realisation of turn-key projects.

Hereby, we supply everything from one source: development and concept via manufacture and assembly to commissioning and after-sales service. We design complete glass factories, carry out commissioning and accompany production until start of series production; not only production start, but also training of customer’s employees, as well as teaching the necessary know how is scope of our delivery. Our after-sales service provides direct contact with the expert, who can connect his computer with the machines via modem line.





600450 Waltec: one of the largest glass machine manufacturers in the world glassonweb.com
Date: 22 September 2007
Source: www.waltec.de

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