Kautex at Chinaplas 2014
Kautex at Chinaplas 2014 In action on the stand: the KCC20S
Blow molding technology – flexible and highly efficient
Efficiency, ease of use and the greatest possible flexibility – this is what customers are looking for when buying new technical products. This will also be the focus of the Kautex Maschinenbau stand at Chinaplas 2014 in Shanghai. Over recent years, the leading manufacturer of blow molding machines has optimized its range of machines and services to meet these criteria and consistently kept its focus on its customers’ fast-changing requirements.
In action on the stand: the KCC20S
This is particularly evident with the successful KCC model range. Its product flexibility means it is extremely efficient in the production of a wide range of packaging applications. The KCC20S machine exhibited in Shanghai can produce packaging with volumes of between 50 ml and 10 liters. At this year’s fair, there will be a demonstration of the production of a 750 ml monolayer sports drinking bottle with seven mold cavities.
The new products and services that were introduced at the K trade fair last year will also be showcased on the Kautex stand at Chinaplas. Alongside the new ZVT 7/60-100 hose head for CP applications, the focus will be on the new fully-electric KBB series. Kautex has set a real benchmark with this innovative new machinery, which impresses with its performance data, compact dimensions and shapely design.
Kautex at Chinaplas
With ever-growing exhibitor and visitor numbers, Chinaplas has joined K as the world’s most important plastics trade fair. From 23-26 April 2014, Kautex Maschinenbau will be represented in hall E1 with a stand measuring some 130 m2.
As the world’s leading company in the field of extrusion blow molding technology, Kautex Maschinenbau GmbH generates annual revenues of €107 million, with 370 employees in Germany and a further 150 worldwide. Besides its headquarters in Bonn and four regional offices in China, USA, Russia and Italy, Kautex maintains a dense global network of service and distribution offices. …more minimize