IEEC secures three deals at Indiaplast 2019

Industry 4.0 based Corona treatment systems

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Aniket Awate, business development manager of IEEC at Indiaplast 2019.

Industrial Electronics Equipment Corporation (IEEC) is a Mumbai-based supplier of electronic process control equipment and developer of Corona and Plasma treatment systems, automation solutions, and moving band pinning systems for BoPET films.

Displaying the latest Industry 4.0 based Corona treatment systems at their stand in Hall 9, business development manager of IEEC, Aniket Awate said, “We have launched Corona treatment systems for converting, which is compatible for difficult substrates at high line speed. We have equipped our machines with features that are compatible with Industry 4.0 because smart factories are no longer a thing of future.”

Being aware of the advantages Industry 4.0 revolution offers, Awate shared, “The reason for launching Industry 4.0 connected devices is that we will be directly connected with our equipment installed at our customer’s facility. It will give us access to equipment data, operating parameters, data logs and maintenance logs, which in turn will help us stay updated with the equipment and troubleshoot any problems our customers might be facing; we will also be able to inform them of our service schedules.”

Speaking about their experience at Indiaplast 2019, Awate said, “Indiaplast being a prestigious event receives heavy footfall and makes a good marketing platform for exhibitors. We have received serious advertisement inquiries and have already secured three deals for our Corona treatment systems.”

IEEC is looking to attract blown film manufacturers and customers from the converting and label industry at their Stand B70 in Hall 9.

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