Biesse’s leadership in the development of new technologies is confirmed at the Ligna trade fair with the presentation of avant-garde technological solutions for the processing of window and door fittings and by its presence in the Pavilion dedicated to the “Lightweight.network”, a real novelty at this international event.
Ligna, Hanover, 1 June 2011 – In the international environment of Ligna 2011, the biennial trade fair that makes Hanover the world capital of woodworking technologies for five days, Biesse’s management led by the Chairman, Roberto Selci, presented to an audience of clients and sector specialists from 90 countries, the new technologies developed to guarantee increasingly targeted responses to client requirements, high standards of quality, finish and design; the first results achieved and the new three-year plan.
A real novelty this year is the presence of Biesse in Pavilion 24 dedicated to the “Lightweight.network” as a global leader focused on technological innovation and new materials. This area involved companies which, to different degrees, contribute to the processing of light panels and which are distinguished by the excellence of the technology they apply to this type of material. The objective of this pavilion is to create a focal point within the fair representing a genuine skills centre and an opportunity for producers and suppliers. Live demonstrations will be given during the exhibition to show participants how to produce a finished product with these avant-garde technologies, together with videos, films, research studies and designs.
The innovations being presented at the Fair include the complete range of 5 axes machine centres, dedicated to the processing of both panels and solid wood with an offer combination capable of satisfying large industrial companies as well as small and medium sized companies. The solutions for window and door fittings met with a great public reception opening days of the exhibition, including not only the innovative technologies of the Multicentri Uniwin and the Rover WMS machine centres but also the range of Sanders and Calibrators, of the Viet label, an historic brand that recently became part of the Biesse Group, and also the new Hybrid Door for packaging doors and windows.
Biesse is also present at Ligna with significant innovations in drilling machines and broadens its range with the new SKIPPER V31 and EKO 902, vertical drilling machines recently introduced under the Bre.Ma brand for small and medium-sized businesses.
Posted by Molly Keith
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