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In line with the trend: Plastic film functionalisation using highly precise minimal application systems from WEKO

At this year's K fair in Düsseldorf, Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG will showcase a variety of applications which give plastic films special properties – true to the motto "Don't play – work with precision!". The focus will be on the functionalisation of films by the non-contact spray application of anti-blocking, anti-fog or anti-static additives.
WEKO – on the market for more than 60 years – has specialised in precise and non-contact applications of minimal liquid or powder quantities on plastic films and other material webs. WEKO know-how and quality are provided all around the world. Many renowned film manufacturers already trust in WEKO when it comes to functional film coatings.
To deliberately differentiate from competitors, more and more packaging and film manufacturers rely on functionally finished films and offer their customers products with special properties. Apart from the option to add suitable additives to the batch, e.g. anti-blocking agents, cost-aware and eco-sensitive manufacturers use a surface-coating technology, such as the common anti-blocking coating of PET films. For the manufacturing of deep-drawing products, emulsions that often contain silicone make it easier to release the shells from their deep-drawing moulds and to remove the final products from piles. On the one hand, this precise application of minimal quantities of anti-blocking agents allows for the manufacturing of high-quality products and, on the other hand, cost advantages can be achieved by higher cycle rates, reduction of downtime and separating agent consumption.
Another interesting option to reduce sticking is the application of a very fine equally distributed powder film with WEKO's non-contact powder application systems.
In addition to PET films, many pretreated polyolefin products can also be coated. In this way, you can improve the sliding properties and apply anti-static, anti-fog and antibacterial coatings. Curling on coextruded films can be eliminated by the application of minimal liquid quantities.
Regardless of whether films with anti-block, anti-fog, anti-static or anti-microbial properties, WEKO systems enable a highly precise minimal application of liquid or powdery additives. This brings a high degree of flexibility in the production in combination with considerable cost savings for the granules.
Visitors of K Düsseldorf can find out first hand at the Stand 4E25 in Hall 4 about the WEKO solutions and meet with WEKO experts to discuss their specific application.

At this year's K fair in Düsseldorf, Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG will showcase a variety of applications which give plastic films special properties – true to the motto "Don't play – work with precision!". The focus will be on the functionalisation of films by the non-contact spray application of anti-blocking, anti-fog or anti-static additives.
WEKO – on the market for more than 60 years – has specialised in precise and non-contact applications of minimal liquid or powder quantities on plastic films and other material webs. WEKO know-how and quality are provided all around the world. Many renowned film manufacturers already trust in WEKO when it comes to functional film coatings.
To deliberately differentiate from competitors, more and more packaging and film manufacturers rely on functionally finished films and offer their customers products with special properties. Apart from the option to add suitable additives to the batch, e.g. anti-blocking agents, cost-aware and eco-sensitive manufacturers use a surface-coating technology, such as the common anti-blocking coating of PET films. For the manufacturing of deep-drawing products, emulsions that often contain silicone make it easier to release the shells from their deep-drawing moulds and to remove the final products from piles. On the one hand, this precise application of minimal quantities of anti-blocking agents allows for the manufacturing of high-quality products and, on the other hand, cost advantages can be achieved by higher cycle rates, reduction of downtime and separating agent consumption.
Another interesting option to reduce sticking is the application of a very fine equally distributed powder film with WEKO's non-contact powder application systems.
In addition to PET films, many pretreated polyolefin products can also be coated. In this way, you can improve the sliding properties and apply anti-static, anti-fog and antibacterial coatings. Curling on coextruded films can be eliminated by the application of minimal liquid quantities.
Regardless of whether films with anti-block, anti-fog, anti-static or anti-microbial properties, WEKO systems enable a highly precise minimal application of liquid or powdery additives. This brings a high degree of flexibility in the production in combination with considerable cost savings for the granules.
Visitors of K Düsseldorf can find out first hand at the Stand 4E25 in Hall 4 about the WEKO solutions and meet with WEKO experts to discuss their specific application.
At this year's K fair in Düsseldorf, Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG will showcase a variety of applications which give plastic films special properties – true to the motto "Don't play – work with precision!". The focus will be on the functionalisation of films by the non-contact spray application of anti-blocking, anti-fog or anti-static additives.
WEKO – on the market for more than 60 years – has specialised in precise and non-contact applications of minimal liquid or powder quantities on plastic films and other material webs. WEKO know-how and quality are provided all around the world. Many renowned film manufacturers already trust in WEKO when it comes to functional film coatings.
To deliberately differentiate from competitors, more and more packaging and film manufacturers rely on functionally finished films and offer their customers products with special properties. Apart from the option to add suitable additives to the batch, e.g. anti-blocking agents, cost-aware and eco-sensitive manufacturers use a surface-coating technology, such as the common anti-blocking coating of PET films. For the manufacturing of deep-drawing products, emulsions that often contain silicone make it easier to release the shells from their deep-drawing moulds and to remove the final products from piles. On the one hand, this precise application of minimal quantities of anti-blocking agents allows for the manufacturing of high-quality products and, on the other hand, cost advantages can be achieved by higher cycle rates, reduction of downtime and separating agent consumption.
Another interesting option to reduce sticking is the application of a very fine equally distributed powder film with WEKO's non-contact powder application systems.
In addition to PET films, many pretreated polyolefin products can also be coated. In this way, you can improve the sliding properties and apply anti-static, anti-fog and antibacterial coatings. Curling on coextruded films can be eliminated by the application of minimal liquid quantities.
Regardless of whether films with anti-block, anti-fog, anti-static or anti-microbial properties, WEKO systems enable a highly precise minimal application of liquid or powdery additives. This brings a high degree of flexibility in the production in combination with considerable cost savings for the granules.
Visitors of K Düsseldorf can find out first hand at the Stand 4E25 in Hall 4 about the WEKO solutions and meet with WEKO experts to discuss their specific application.
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drupa: Much interest in WEKO's latest DigiCon remoistening system for digital printing

WEKO – Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG – presented current solutions to the trade fair visitors at the drupa in Düsseldorf that were met with great enthusiasm by machine manufacturers, print shops and further processing facilities alike.
 
Using the motto "Don`t play – work with precision" WEKO presented innovative solutions and concepts with great success at this year's drupa facilitating process optimisation for the user both in digital printing and sheet-fed offset.
The company from southern Germany is a specialist for remoistening paper webs dried by the fixing process with heat. The quality of the dry paper deteriorates. "The loss of quality becomes apparent through electrostatic charges, paper curl, waviness as well as fold breaks affecting especially downstream processing. Paper conditioning through remoistening is an extremely effective measure of restoring the paper's original properties" explains Thomas Laißle, Digital Printing product manager at WEKO. The visitors at the WEKO trade fair booth realised this as well and were excited by the non-contact remoistening system, the WEKO-DigiCon. Several systems could be sold right away at the trade fair to the delight of WEKO.
Powder spraying in offset printing is another topic presented at the WEKO exhibition. The WEKO engineers had been tinkering for month with very exact powder application cycled precisely to each sheet. They did succeed as the concept study "WEKO-STEP" demonstrates. The prototype of the new STEP spray bar that cycles the powder directly at the printed sheet was presented to the interested professional audience for the first time at the WEKO booth. WEKO has positioned itself deliberately compared to alternative technologies such as LED UV printing. High print quality, frictionless production processes and high processing speeds continue to make an extremely thin, precision-applied powder coat indispensable for further processing of the printing products. Markus Klempin, Offset Printing product manager at WEKO is optimistic: "We were able to convince the visitors that powder spraying will remain a viable topic in the future and that WEKO continues developing and fine-tuning its application systems to provide the maximum technological benefit to the user".
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drupa 2016: WEKO DigiCon – Innovation from Tradition

Paper conditioning through remoistening in digital printing

No printing without WEKO! This textbook statement applies also to digital printing. Whether digital or conventional, many printing processes require drying processes. If the printing carrier is paper, it looses its original properties through drying. Electrostatic charges, waviness, paper curl or the break at the fold are effects that apparently belong to the daily work routine of a digital printer today.
Why does paper react so sensitively to physical impact? Are effective countermeasures available to maintain productivity and quality?
These are questions Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG, in brief, WEKO, has asked themselves. The experts from the Stuttgart area have specialised in the development and production of minimum application systems for moistening and powder-spraying of surfaces for over 60 years. The owner-managed company positions its products between printing and further processing thus bridging the gap between these two processing operations.

The latest development – the WEKO DigiCon – will be presented at the drupa 2016; it was developed for high-performance inkjet printing systems and restores the moisture withdrawn in the drying process to the paper. But why does this have such a positive effect on the quality of the finished product?

Paper is a natural product

Paper is a "living" product that cannot be standardised and its behaviour during diverse processing operations can never be completely anticipated, because paper essentially consists of plant fibres. They expand up to 25 per cent when absorbing moisture. In the same way, fibres shrink under the effect of heat when loosing moisture. Depending on the composition and manufacturing process, each paper has a defined moisture. Paper reacts to climate changes during printing and processing with changes of its properties, with dimensional fluctuations and paper curl.

Challenges for digital printing

Digital printing presses today work primarily either with toner-based electro-photography or high-performance inkjet technology. With both methods the print web runs through a process – fixing the toner or drying of the ink – where high temperatures act on the paper. The original moisture is lost then. Only 15 to 20 per cent residual moisture remain in the paper. The fibres shrink and the generally known and undesirable effects occur: Paper curl (the paper curls), waviness and electrostatic charges are the effects that significantly affect any kind of further processing and cause a quality reduction of the end product. In addition, the paper becomes brittle and breaks at the fold.

The solution: paper conditioning through remoistening

Paper conditioning through remoistening is an extremely effective measure of restoring the paper's original properties. The latest development of the WEKO experts – the WEKO DigiCon – are based on the WEKO RFDi conditioning unit for high-performance printing systems working with toner, proven for quite some time. The WEKO DigiCon is designed for the needs of high-performance inkjet printing systems and has been developed in close cooperation with the renowned digital printing machine manufacturers.

Non-contact remoistening through proven WEKO technology

The special spray discs (rotors) are the core of these minimum application systems. They turn at a high speed generating a uniform stream of finest micro-droplets. Adjustable sliders regulate spray fans which border on each other seamlessly. In this manner, the WEKO DigiCon conditions the processed paper with an exactly metered liquid supply. It receives its original (positive) properties back and optimises running and stacking properties. The result are production runs free from malfunctions, less paper waste and markedly increased product quality.
"Paper conditioning through remoistening of the paper is an important step towards high-quality printing products", explains Thomas Laissle, product manager at WEKO. "Because of the printing process, this technology is especially appreciated for pages with high ink application and paperbacks", continues Laissle. The visitors or this year's drupa can see for themselves in detail. Numerous machine manufacturers will present printing lines at their booths equipped with the WEKO DigiCon conditioning unit. Furthermore, the WEKO experts provide consultation directly at their booth in hall 2 stand 2B54 under the motto "DON’T PLAY – WORK WITH PRECISION".

Integration in all common printing lines

 "The different installations also demonstrate how easily the unit can be integrated into all common printing lines and the advantages resulting from the application. The proven technology also requires very little maintenance and is highly energy-efficient. This makes it an economically and ecologically useful investment" emphasises Marcel Konrad, managing partner at WEKO.
New requirements through further development of printing presses
In addition to the development of the WEKO DigiCon the WEKO WebCon for the HP T-series was developed in parallel in close cooperation with the digital printing machine manufacturer HP. This conditioning unit specifically follows the evolution of the HP high-performance endless printing systems in regard to high speed, high colour resolution and a wide range of papers and grammages. These attributes demand maximum flexibility and quantity variability of the conditioning unit. Again, the WEKO experts have outperformed themselves and can now cover the entire requirements profile of HP with the WEKO WebCon through innovative developments and without adaptations of system configurations.

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DON`T PLAY – WORK WITH PRECISION

Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG, the technology leader for powder spraying systems for offset printing and non-contact remoistening systems for digital printing presents current developments in the area of process optimisation at drupa 2016.
 
Using the motto "Don`t play – work with precision" WEKO presents innovative solutions and concepts at this year's drupa facilitating process optimisation for the user both in digital printing and sheet-fed offset. The company, owner-managed for over 60 years, positions its products between printing and further finishing thus bridging the gap between these two processing operations.

 "We constantly continue to develop our products – especially in the area of powder spraying for offset printing. Alternative technologies, such as LED UV print – promising to manage without powder – meanwhile press into the market. However, high product quality, frictionless production processes and high processing speeds make an extremely thin, precision-applied powder coat indispensable for further processing of the printing products. Our passion is to improve good products even further," explains Marcel Konrad, managing partner of WEKO.... "and this always includes a touch of powder."

STEP Technology – precise powder application has a new name

The WEKO powder spraying technology is employed worldwide by all significant manufacturers of offset printing presses. The current AP series sets highest standards for application efficiency, repeat accuracy and cycling of the powder application precisely for each sheet. Can this quality still be topped? The WEKO engineers answered the question in the affirmative and developed the STEP application technology.

Exact cycling is the key

The objective consisted in designing a powder spraying system that cycles as exactly and precisely for each sheet as an electronic signal... and that at maximum printing speeds. To achieve this goal, powder cycling hat to be brought as closely as possible to the sheet. This has been accomplished with WEKO STEP. The powder is metered exactly to the milligram into an air flow. Cycling only takes place immediately before the sheet. Nearly digital individual sheet cycling is thus possible even at maximum speeds of up to 22,000 sheets/h. The new STEP technology will be presented to the interested technical audience for the first time at the drupa 2016 as developmental study.

Minimum and repeatable powder application guarantees the quick, process-optimised further processing for oil-based but also UV applications and reliably prevents offsetting of print sheets as well as glass plate effects. "Modern powder spraying systems combine economy and ecology in a unique manner", says Konrad.
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drupa 2016: WEKO – Innovations for the printing and digital printing industry

"Don't play - work with precision!" – this is WEKO's appeal for its presentation at drupa 2016. With its sustainable and precise WEKO application systems for powder and liquids WEKO positions itself as advanced and innovative development partner.

The WEKO brand has been an important partner for end customers and OEMs in the printing industry for over 60 years. The long-term success of the customers is just as important as the WEKO quality and ongoing development of solutions for new print technologies. Innovation is constantly driven at WEKO.

Managing Director Marcel Konrad, Sales and Marketing, is therefore excited about drupa 2016. "Especially at this time, when the printing industry is undergoing major changes, WEKO is a committed partner for all printing and digital printing machine manufacturers as well as for printing companies and service providers. We are engaged, both in the area of classical powder sprayers and the development of state of the art conditioning units for digital printing. We are convinced that our new developments are cutting edge innovations. We offer renowned and globally active printing machine manufacturers and their customers WEKO system that make a significant contribution to increasing the print quality and productivity," delights Konrad.

The systems contribute to increasing the processing speed and decisively facilitate further processing. At this, WEKO always pursues ecologically sustained approaches offering benefits for the future compared to current alternative technologies.
Visitors of drupa 2016 can find out first hand at the Stand 2B54 in Hall 2 about the WEKO solutions and meet with WEKO experts. In addition, the new WEKO solutions in the digital printing area are integrated of nearly all OEMs at the drupa.

About WEKO - Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG
The WEKO experts offer support worldwide with the choice and integration of WEKO non-contact minimum application systems into the production process. They help customers achieve clear benefits and cost advantages with the materials to be processed and/or in the process itself. Comprehensive services, such as test series at the WEKO technical centre and high WEKO service standards, complete the WEKO offering.
In addition to the main office near Stuttgart WEKO maintains two production locations in Germany and Brazil, own sales and service subsidiaries in Italy, the United Kingdom, the U.S., and Brazil. Furthermore, WEKO collaborates worldwide with agencies marketing the products and offering the proven WEKO service standard in addition.
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drupa 2016: WEKO – Innovationen für die Druck- und Digitaldruckindustrie

"Don't play - work with precision!" – mit diesem Appell präsentiert sich WEKO zur drupa 2016. Mit seinen nachhaltigen und präzisen WEKO-Auftragssystemen für Puder und Flüssigkeiten positioniert sich WEKO als moderner und innovativer Entwicklungspartner.

Seit über 60 Jahren ist die Marke WEKO in der Druckindustrie ein wichtiger Partner für Endkunden und OEMs. Für den langfristigen Erfolg der Kunden ist neben der WEKO Qualität auch die Weiterentwicklung von Lösungen für neue Druck-Technologien ausschlaggebend. Innovationen werden im Hause WEKO kontinuierlich vorangetrieben.

Vertriebs- und Marketing-Geschäftsführer Marcel Konrad sieht der drupa 2016 deshalb positiv entgegen. „Auch in der heutigen Zeit, in der sich die Druckindustrie in einem starken Wandel befindet, ist WEKO ein engagierter Partner für alle Maschinenhersteller der Druck- und Digitaldruckindustrie sowie Druckhäuser und -dienstleister. Wir beschäftigen uns sowohl im Bereich der klassischen Puder-Bestäuber als auch in der Entwicklung moderner Konditioniereinheiten für den Digitaldruck. Wir sind davon überzeugt, dass unsere Neuentwicklungen am Puls der Zeit sind. Somit bieten wir renommierten und global agierenden Druckmaschinenherstellern und deren Kunden WEKO Systeme an, die zur Steigerung der Druckqualität und Produktivität einen wesentlichen Beitrag leisten“, freut sich Konrad.

Die Systeme tragen zur Erhöhung der Verarbeitungsgeschwindigkeit bei und erleichtern die Weiterverarbeitung entscheidend. Dabei verfolgt WEKO stets auch einen ökologisch nachhaltigen Ansatz und bietet somit zukunftsweisende Vorteile im Vergleich zu aktuellen Alternativtechnologien.
Besucher der drupa 2016 können sich am Stand 2B54 in Halle 2 von den WEKO-Lösungen ein Bild machen und sich mit WEKO-Experten austauschen. Außerdem sind die neuen WEKO-Lösungen im Digitaldruckbereich bei fast allen OEM’s auf der drupa integriert.

Über WEKO, die Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG
Weltweit unterstützen die WEKO-Experten bei der Auswahl und der Integration von WEKO-kontaktlosen Minimalauftragssystemen in den Produktionsprozess. So verhelfen sie den Kunden zu klaren Nutzen- und Kostenvorteilen bei den zu verarbeiteten Materialien und/oder im Prozess. Umfassende Dienstleistungen wie Versuchsreihen im WEKO–Technikum und hohe WEKO-Servicestandards runden das Angebot ab.
Neben dem Stammsitz in der Nähe von Stuttgart hat WEKO zwei Fertigungsstandorte in Deutschland und Brasilien, eigene Vertriebs- und Service-Niederlassungen in Italien, United Kingdom, in den USA und in Brasilien. Zudem arbeitet WEKO weltweit mit Vertretungen zusammen, die die Produkte vermarkten und darüber hinaus den bewährten WEKO-Servicestandard bieten.
www.weko.net
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Weltweit einzigartig – 3,8 m breite WEKO-Pudersysteme an Folien-Extrusionsanlagen installiert

WEKO, Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG, ist für Folienhersteller weltweit anerkannter Partner für innovative Funktionsbeschichtungen von Folien. Mit den kontaktlosen Auftragssystemen von WEKO werden Puder und Flüssigkeiten in minimalsten Mengen, hoch präzise und reproduzierbar aufgetragen.
Kontaktloser Puderauftrag jetzt auch für XXL-Folien-Formate
Folienhersteller von Industrie- und Verpackungsfolien, die besondere Qualitäten herstellen und hohe Hygieneanforderungen erfüllen müssen, kennen das Problem der Haftneigung und der damit einhergehenden Reduzierung der Abrollfähigkeit und -geschwindigkeit.
Wenn hohe und dauerhafte Trennwirkungen erreicht werden müssen, setzen renommierte Folienhersteller schon lange auf WEKO-Puder-Auftragssysteme, um Puder präzise und in minimalsten Mengen auf die Folienoberfläche aufzutragen. Bisher war dies in optimaler Qualität nur für Produktionsbreiten mit bis zu 2,6 m möglich.
Mit Stolz verkündet der Weltmarktführer WEKO nun, dass bereits das zweite Auftragssystem mit einer Breite von 3,8 m bei einem Kunden erfolgreich in Betrieb genommen wurde.
Ein Teelöffel Stärkepulver gleichmäßig verteilt auf einem Fußballfeld
„Die Anforderungen des Kunden, eine 3,8 m breite Folienbahn mit präziser Gleichmäßigkeit, höchster Auftragsgenauigkeit und einem sauberen Maschinenumfeld, konnten mit unserer bisherigen Technik nicht realisiert werden. Dem stand das Verhalten von Puder in Luftströmungen entgegen“, erläutert Entwicklungsleiter Reiner Götz.
Das WEKO Entwicklungsteam hat das Strömungsverhalten von Puder-Luft-Gemischen genau analysiert. Für effektiven Puderauftrag wurden neue, hoch präzise Düsensysteme entwickelt. Der gesamte Sprühraum wurde gekapselt und durch den Einsatz spezieller Technologien frei von Puderablagerungen gehalten. Störende Puderbatzen, die zu einer Qualitätsbeeinträchtigung führen können, werden effektiv eliminiert. Vagabundierende Puderpartikel werden über spezielle Absaugvorrichtungen erfasst und einem Absaugschrank zugeführt. Dies garantiert ein sauberes Umfeld.
Mit den seit vielen Jahren bekannten Walzensystemen anderer Hersteller haben diese Bestäubungssysteme nichts mehr gemeinsam.
„Stellen Sie sich einen Teelöffel mit feinem Stärkepuder vor: Diese Menge können wir gleichmäßig auf die Fläche eines Fußballfeldes verteilen!“, berichtet Markus Klempin, Produktmanager bei WEKO.
Produktionsgeschwindigkeit übertroffen und Folienqualität erreicht
Nach einer kurzen Anlaufphase erzielte der Folienhersteller hervorragende Beschichtungsergebnisse. Die Produktionsgeschwindigkeit weiterer Verarbeitungsschritte konnte durch den hauchfeinen Puderauftrag deutlich gesteigert werden.
Durch die WEKO PMS-Technologie (Precision-Metering-System) werden die Auftragsmengen automatsch an die Bahngeschwindigkeiten und an die Formate angepasst. Eine SPS-Steuerung mit integriertem Touchscreen überwacht alle Funktionen und ermöglicht eine einfache Bedienung – auf Wunsch auch mit Systemschnittstelle zur zentralen Maschinensteuerung.
Diese Ergebnisse haben den Kunden überzeugt. Das zweite System wurde vor wenigen Wochen installiert.
Größe spielt für WEKO keine Rolle
WEKO bietet mit seinen präzisen Pudersystemen für jede Aufgabe die passende Lösung. Neben den gängigen Breiten für Flachfolien können diese Systeme bis zu einer Breite von 4,6 m für Sonderanwendungen im Bereich Agrar-, Geo- und Baufolien eingesetzt werden. Zahlreiche weitere Anwendungen sind in der Innenbepuderung von Schlauchfolien und Beuteln sowie an schnell laufenden Flexodruckmaschinen zu finden.
Anwendungsbereiche:
Formate
0,2m – 4,6m
Auftragsmengen
20 – 18.000 gr/h
Pudersorten
fließfähig, 15 – 40µm
Neben den Pudersystemen ist WEKO in der Beschichtungstechnologie von Folien etabliert. Mit dem kontaktlos arbeitenden WEKO-Flüssigkeits-Auftragssystem (WFA) lassen sich feinste Funktionsbeschichtungen in minimalen Mengen gleichmäßig und wiederholbar aufbringen. So können Folien mit Antiblock, Antistatikum, Antihaftzusätzen und Antifogausrüstungen oder antibakteriellen Oberflächen beschichtet werden.
Über WEKO, die Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG
Weltweit unterstützen die WEKO-Experten bei der Auswahl von WEKO-Auftragssystemen und der Integration in den Produktionsprozess. So verhelfen sie den Kunden zu klaren Nutzen- und Kostenvorteilen. Umfassende Dienstleistungen, wie Tests im WEKO–Technikum und hohe WEKO-Servicestandards runden das WEKO-Angebot ab.
Neben dem Stammsitz in der Nähe von Stuttgart hat WEKO zwei Fertigungsstandorte in Deutschland und Brasilien sowie eigene Vertriebs- und Service-Niederlassungen in Italien, United Kingdom, in den USA und in Brasilien. Zudem arbeitet WEKO weltweit mit Vertretungen zusammen, die die Produkte vermarkten und darüber hinaus den bewährten WEKO-Servicestandard bieten.
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