GAMA International will be attending as an exhibitor the 12th edition of the International Converting Exhibition, ICE Europe, which will take place at Munich Trade Fair Center, Germany, from 15th to 17th March 2022.
ICE Europe is the world’s leading exhibition for the conversion of flexible, web-based materials, such as paper, film, foil and nonwovens, and every two years it offers a central marketplace for the international converting industry. At ICE Europe, suppliers of machinery, systems, materials and accessories meet with international industry experts who are looking for bespoke product and processing solutions and have specific investment plans.
You can now reserve your ticket on ICE Europe.com.
At ICE Europe GAMA International will present its wide range of products focusing on rotogravure/flexographic process solutions. In particular, the viscosity control and correction system G30 for adhesive, varnish and lacquer for the lamination process and the G32 which, if integrated with the control and correction of viscosity and temperature G90, also monitors the pH parameters of water-based fluids and applies the needed corrections.
These systems guarantee the maintenance of the best quality standard possible along the entire production process in order to obtain the maximum outcome.
GAMA International will also bring along to the exhibition its expertise in the field of intralogistics solutions, with products at different levels of automation, such as:
- Sleeve Storage Systems
- Rotogravure and anilox cylinders storage systems
- Intensive paper and flexible substrate reels storages.
«Our constant commitment is to adopt an entirely customer-centred approach», comments Dario Cavalcoli, Strategy and Marketing Manager at GAMA International. “We are naturally driven to consider ourselves partners, rather than suppliers, when we talk to our clients. In fact, we offer personalized consultancy, assistance and support service for each phase of the project, working in an integrated way with those who choose our solutions», he adds.