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MATCON at ACHEMA 2012

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MATCON at ACHEMA 2012

July 31
11:58 2012

Matcon presented their innovative products and systems to the powder processing industries at ACHEMA in Frankfurt, a leading triennial exhibition for process engineering and biotechnology.

 This exhibition is by far the biggest and most reputable within its field, attracting visitors from an array of industries worldwide and providing the perfect environment for Matcon to display their latest showpiece: – the Powder Packer. This unit is designed for “Business to Business” packing applications where efficiency, simplicity, lean production and cleanliness are the driving factors.

 Another main stand exhibit generating significant interest from the pharmaceutical field was a high performance tablet de-duster supplied by world-renowned leading specialist Krämer AG. The unit was fully operational and Tablet IBC Filling demonstrations were carried out throughout the duration of the exhibition.

 Another popular addition to the stand was our unique scale down factory model, which combined with our brand new ‘interactive’ Factory Presentation, attracted a lot of interest from visitors to the stand, providing the perfect platform to present our ‘Lean Manufacturing’ concepts. 

 Over the 5 day exhibition duration, visitors to our stand were recorded from an impressive 38 countries with many contacts being high-level decision-makers. Achema proved a great success for Matcon and its international presence has helped strengthen our global leadership in the field of ‘Lean Powder Processing’.

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