Elitron sets the stage for its future in US
Monte Urano, 20th September 2016 – Usually it’s said that “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” but this time we are willing to break the promise and make an exception because we want you to participate in our experience across the pond.
The United States of America is the global epitome on the fore front of high tech and they will represent the key market in which our automation strategy will focus on, especially with regard to the cutting processes in the digital printing industry. This focus and commitment to automation is also demonstrated by the upcoming opening of our regional branch office in Atlanta, Georgia, the main East Coast hub for high level IT.
The experience at SGIA in Las Vegas has indeed represented our first direct experience in the USA and we couldn’t be more satisfied!
The tradeshow, dedicated to the imaging industry professionals, that had just taken place in Las Vegas pumped us up with a great deal of energy. We had the possibility to finally get in touch with an audience who is particularly aware of the advantages that robotization has when it comes to production and is therefore ready to embrace our vision of coming up with an increasingly greater workflow automation with the help of systems that are more and more integrated together in an Industry 4.0 logic.
Almost everyone was amazed by the automatic cutting solution Kombo TAV-R which, as of now, represents the true core of Elitron’s know-how in automation and production integration. Also the cutting system on display (Kombo SDC+ 31.20) received its fair share of positive comments.
The Kombo SD Series is indeed Elitron’s solution to basically every need in terms of versatility and efficiency for all those who operate in the print media, packaging, corrugated and converting industry like the vast majority of SGIA attendees. Thanks the Kombo SD series’ innovative engineering together with our distinctive patented Seek System, operations like cutting, creasing, milling and kiss-cutting, can finally be performed even on workloads so jumbled that mass customization is now made possible.
Starting off with the right foot was paramount for us and our new Vice President of Sales, Johnny Bass, is particularly aware of this. Johnny, after more than 30 years of executive experience in marketing and sales in the Americas focusing in the print media and converting sector, decided to join our project because he was impressed by the potential of our automatic cutting systems and the tailored engineering philosophy that is at the core of Elitron’s mission: providing specific integrated solutions and not just single products.
For additional information and a more in depth presentation of our integrated cutting systems, please get in touch with Elitron’s PR office.