Packaging is a serious matter
This once again was proved by exhibition “RosUpack 2013”, that took place from 18 to 21 June in Moscow, Crocus Expo. More than 700 companies from 33 countries took part in the exhibition. All four exhibition days the stream of visitors was abundant and intense.
SPECTA presented the products of its own production – PET packing strap SPECTA BRAVA and SPECTA ALTO and steel packing strap SPECTA PRIMA and SPECTA FACTOR.
Russian customers are offered straps of European quality produced at our factory in Kostroma city.
During the exhibition, SPECTA announced the acquisition of the production lines and businesses of OOO Petito Investment and OOO Rupak, which has been the largest PET packing strap producer in Russia. Now SPECTA will be able to service clients with wider product assortment and optimize the production efficiencies and logistics.
The state-of-the art technologies applied in the production process ensure strap high quality and make it possible to use the strap both with automatic machines and manual tools. Wide range of strap sizes allows to choose an optimal strap for specific production packing in various industries.
At the stand visitors were able to see the packing and marking equipment in operation.
Pneumatic, electric and mechanical strapping packaging tools for steel and PET strap: SPECTA KATANA, SPECTA SUMO, SPECTA KRONOS, SPECTA ASAHI, SPECTA MIKADO, SPECTA ARGOS and others attracted a lot of attention.
Representatives of medium and large business expressed interest in various automatic and semi-automatic packing equipment: PET strapping automatic machine, stretch wrapping machine, semi-automatic PP strapping machine TR-206.
Marking equipment and materials were represented by thermo transfer printers and high-duty labels and tags SPECTA POLYPLAST, SPECTA ULTRAPLAST, SPECTA TERMOPLAST etc.
During the exhibition SPECTA experts gave over 300 consultations on the process of packing, had talks on the issues of delivery and logistics, and reached a number of agreements. The positive results of the fair are obvious. But we have ahead a diligent marketing work that will allow us to estimate correctly the status and horizons of the packaging market.