Strapping for the Asian market: Mosca at Icorrugated Expo 2017
Expert partner for corrugated cardboard strapping machines
Mosca presents entry-level RO-M Fusion
Additional strapping machines at partner stands
At the first Icorrugated in Shanghai, an Asian trade show for the corrugated cardboard and folding carton industry, Mosca GmbH is presenting itself as a specialist partner for strapping solutions. An information stand in Hall 1 (Stand 1A152) will provide information and advice on the complete Mosca portfolio. The company is also showcasing the RO-M Fusion, an entry-level strapping machine for corrugated cardboard products.
As a globally oriented company, Mosca focuses on new markets and worldwide sales. "Asia is an important market for us and we have achieved steady growth in the region for many years," explains Timo Mosca, Managing Partner Mosca GmbH. "From China to Indonesia we are represented by six branch offices. We are looking forward to presenting our company as an expert partner for the corrugated cardboard industry at the new Icorrugated Expo.” Timo Mosca and his team will be at the trade show in Shanghai from 29 March to 2 April.
The RO-M Fusion, a popular entry-level model, will be on display at the Mosca booth. The automated strapping machine features a heat welding system with electronic temperature control. Changing and threading strap coils is quick and easy. Fragile products are carefully strapped with super-soft strapping. The RO-M Fusion is available in three different frame sizes and is capable of up to 55 strapping cycles per minute.
Further strapping machines specially designed for the corrugated cardboard industry will be displayed at booths operated by Mosca cooperation partners. TCY, a Taiwanese manufacturer of corrugated cardboard production systems and flexographic printers, is presenting the SoniXs UATRI-2 XT, an inline strapping machine recently standardized with Mosca's patented ultrasonic technology. J.S. Machinery, a manufacturer of corrugated cardboard production systems based in China, features a Mosca TRC-6 Q on its stand. This fully automated strapping machine can be dismantled without tools for easy cleaning and maintenance. From basic entry-level machines, to high-end, fully automated and network-capable systems, Mosca offers the right strapping solutions for all corrugated cardboard industry needs.
Mosca GmbH is a system supplier, developer and producer of high-quality strapping machines, strapping materials and safety systems for transporting goods for professional and industrial use. The machine portfolio ranges from universal devices with a wide range of applications, to fully automated high-performance machines that can be integrated into any higher-level automation line. Mosca produces strapping material out of PP, PET and PLA in one of the most modern sites in Europe. Mosca's international distribution, service and consulting network enables global service for customers. The family company was founded in 1966 and is based in Waldbrunn between Heidelberg and Heilbronn, Germany. In 13 offices worldwide, Mosca employs around 850 employees. With continuous new developments, the strapping experts have maintained quality and technology leadership in the strapping sector for 50 years. Further information can be found at www.mosca.com
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