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Packing solutions for Aluminium producers. Rewarding experience at Aluminium Middle East 2015

21.04.2015

On 14-16 of April ALUMINIUM MIDDLE EAST 2015 the leading exhibition for aluminium products and technologies in the Middle East took place in Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

H.E. Saeed Mohammad Ahmed Al Tayer, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Electricity & Water Authority and Vice Chairman of Emirates Global Aluminium inaugurated the event. The fair brought more than 200 industry players from 27 countries on a single platform opening numerous opportunities to explore new businesses, forge professional ties and strengthen relationships.

SPECTA took part in the event and offered modern packing solutions for aluminium industry. SPECTA as an internationally recognized producer of best quality strap presented a multiple choice of steel strap: SPECTA PRIMA, SPECTA FACTOR, SPECTA FORTE and PET strap SPECTA BRAVA, SPECTA ALTO.

The company has to its credit a wide range of strapping tools that were widely demonstrated at the booth, and visitors could try them in operation.

Quick deliveries to the customers are provided for by an ample stock of packing materials in Specta warehouse in Dubai.

ALUMINIUM MIDDLE EAST 2015 also presented a good opportunity for learning experience by conducting educational sessions during seminars.

Erik Helin CEO of Specta Group made a presentation “New Strapping and Packing technologies in the Aluminium industries. Case study”. He said: “Specta has many packing innovations to offer to aluminium product producers. Aluminium manufacturers realize that today to reach good business results one must apply state-of-the-art technologies. And for that we need high quality products. That’s why Specta mission is to always provide superior quality products that consistently meet or surpass our customers expectations”.

 
 
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