Broad range of European equipment sold by Z-Plast Co. (Russia) offers undisputable benefits to plastic goods producers
Z-PLAST is an official representative of several leading European plastic processing equipment manufacturers. Among them there are Kuhne (flat and blown film production and sheet extrusion lines), Extraplast (machines and molds for containers and hollow articles blow molding), Sikoplast (washing and recycling equipment), Weber (plastic pipes and profile extrusion lines) and other globally renown companies experienced in machinery supplies to Russia and CIS region. Offering a broad range of extrusion equipment Z-PLAST also provides support services during machinery life – beginning with contracts negotiated directly with producers to assistance in starting-up and adjustment and after-sales servicing. Why has Z-PLAST chosen European producers? The reasons are evident: impressive experience in developing innovative technologies and introducing them in mass production, operation reliability and stability, swift order processing and excellent manufacturers’ reputation. Working on European equipment is really profitable. First of all, its high quality is a guarantee of stable and continuous running, and consequently absence of breakdown expenses. Also, high-quality goods are made only at high-quality equipment: client can get excellent consumer and visual characteristics and bring down reject goods. And finally, this equipment helps to gain consumers loyalty and positive image. European equipment is obviously more expensive than Asian. However this purchase means introducing progressive technologies, taking advantage of high-quality steel and assembly, and of swift service support. Russian clients gradually come to realize that economy should be rational, and more and more often choose European machines, getting all the advantages of reliable equipment and partnership.
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