Corona inventors and pioneers of surface treatment, Vetaphone, enjoyed a lively trade show at K-2016 in Düsseldorf according to Sales & Marketing VP Kevin McKell. Speaking from the company’s stand in Hall 10, he said: “The plastics industry is fundamental to our company, and was where we founded our business almost 65 years ago – it remains an important key for the R&D we undertake in developing surface treatment for today’s changing market place.”
On display were units from Vetaphone’s extensive corona and plasma product portfolio, which provided sample opportunity for opening discussions with interested visitors. Jan Eisby, CSO, and son of the company founder commented: “The stand was busy with visitors from around the world, and as a major global player we secured a number of serious enquiries from leading names within the industry. The next job is to convert these into sales!”
With a number of major extruding groups already part of the company’s customer profile, Vetaphone is looking to continue its growth curve within the plastics industry and build on its history of service and support. To cater for increased demand, the company has recently committed to adding a new 1500 square metre building at its headquarters in Kolding, Denmark, and has also rented a 650 square metre facility adjacent to its factory to cope in the short term.