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Meech answers customer needs

Demonstrating its knowledge of the converting industry, Meech International displayed its range of Hyperion ionising bars and web cleaning systems at ICE Europe in March.

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Meech International’s Ralph Simon says the company uses customer feedback when designing systems

“Meech routinely responds to customer feedback when designing systems for static control and web cleaning applications,” says area manager, Ralph Simon, adding: “This means that our customers in the converting industry can rest assured that our products will answer their specific needs.

“Whether it’s developing ionising bars for specific OEMs or designing web cleaners that incorporate fluid dynamic principles to achieve higher levels of cleanliness, we are constantly improving the overall quality of our products and services.”

Meech routinely responds to customer feedback when designing systems for static control and web cleaning applications


In terms of the future, Meech is exploring ‘Industry 4.0’. Simon adds: “Industry 4.0 is one of the main areas we’re exploring, more specifically interoperability.

"It is extremely valuable to have machines, devices and operators that connect and communicate with one another via the web. The opportunities this brings are very exciting.

"At present, we are exploring the ways this technology can be harnessed for static control systems.”



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