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Stage 19 of the Giro d’Italia was cut short by 100km on Friday due to heavy rain but could not resist passing Euromac. Around 4:00 p.m. at high speed the runners passed the roundabout in front of Euromac’s headquarters cycling towards Casale Monferrato and ending shortly after stage 19 in the town of Asti. The peloton started...
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Euromac this morning has reopened the manufacturing site  after the green light of the Italian government and recalled all their personel on the 4th of May to return to continue where they had left after the lockdown date the 19th of March. There are the various strict measurements in place in the company to reassure...
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Euromac is exhibiting in the most important fair for plastics in Dusseldorf like all past editions. On the stand in Hall 3 stand F70 and at the Fair Euromac presents all the latest information about the new slitter rewinder models and future possibilities. You’re all invited on the exhibition.
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Euromac Exhibited at the ICE 2019 in Munich  in the most converting fair  in Munich like all past editions of the ICE. At the Fair Euromac presented all the latest  in slitter rewinder developments including a showcase of their successful CB800 doctor rewinder. The fair has been very successful with many new leads and exiting...
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The introduction of the latest TB-3.08p slitter rewinder has proven to be a very good success expecially among converters for flexible packaging for food pharmaceutical products. The machine is based upon the TB-3 with hundreds installations worldwide. The development consist also in the compact and ergonomic position of the unwind stand and relevant webpath. The...
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For the season 2016/17 and 2017/18 Euromac will be the official sponsor of ‘AS Junior Casale, Casale Monferrato’s historic basketball team militant in the A2 championship series. “Euromac – these are the words of President Maurizio Miglietta – like all businesses and corporations, while aiming to profit, has always considered additionally a number of external...
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There is a new trend in automation is the cooperation with customer and supplier through the Industry 4.0 protocol. Euromac machines are fully configured to comply with the integration into a customised information network, allowing increased productivity and traceability of the final product. The system also can monitor alarms and errors occurring in the process...
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Scandstick AB one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of adhesive materials located in Helsingborg Sweden has installed it’s second automatic Euromac slitter. The machine features a double turret rewinding with automatic transversal splice and automatic roll offloading sequence. The machine will be used to slit Scandstick’s quality substrates from a maximum incoming web width of 2.100...
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Vaassen Flexible packaging, leading dutch supplier of foil based products, and part of the multinational Clondalkin Group installs the first Euromac duplex slitter in their “Dairy” division to process aluminum foil and aluminium laminates suitable for their food packaging webs. The machine allows the slitting of mother rolls with 1.300 mm diameter into slitted reels...
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Euromac has crossed another milestone of their company’s history. In 2018 the company celebrates half a century of manufacturing slitter rewinders, growing from a small family business to one of the renowned worldwide leaders. For this special occasion Euromac renewed their company logo and brand which for 2018 exclusively will feature the 50 years symbol. Other important...
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