A bright, young, Danish engineer, Verner Eisby, working as a consultant within high frequency technology, was one day presented with a problem by one of his clients. The company, a well-esteemed paper bag manufacturer, had recently decided to enter the exciting new world of plastic. Their new production line, designed to make plastic bags, was up and running. Now the client was dismayed by the fact that it was impossible to print text and logos on the plastic bags. The ink just didn’t stick.
Verner Eisby’s knowledge of high frequency technology led him to believe that a high frequency charge could solve the problem and at the same time be controlled in order to obtain an even and non-destructive result. With that theory in mind, Verner Eisby went back to his lab to work day and night.
Eight months and innumerable experiments later Verner Eisby had proven his theory. He went straight to the patent office, and on November 1st 1951, he founded his company, Vetaphone, on the patent of this new technology, which he initially named E-treatment. Later it was known world wide as the corona technology.
Vetaphone has been a family business ever since Verner Eisby patented his invention of the Corona technology. Today Frank Eisby, Verner Eisby’s oldest son, heads Vetaphone while his brother, Jan Eisby, is head of sales. They were both virtually raised in the lab, as both of their parents always worked long hours to make Vetaphone a thriving business.
Driven by his passion for technology, Verner Eisby founded Vetaphone on solving a problem for a client, and this approach became the cultural bedrock of the company.