Over a span of 40 years, Technofour has installed nearly 10,000 metal detector systems and around 4,000 to 5,000 check weighers across the globe. “Basically the metal detectors are used to detect contaminants, something that is of vital importance in the pharmaceutical industry. Normally, during the production process, there are high chances of contamination and the manufacturers need a full-proof solution to overcome such situations. Similarly, check weighers are also quite important for inspection. They help avoid losses incurred by brand owners and have their own role to play in the food and pharmaceutical industries. Hence, our solutions are always in demand and we manage
to find customers across the globe,” says Nagesh Vaidya, marketing manager of
The company operates from Germany, some of the African countries, European countries, China, Vietnam, Japan and Australia, among others. Though Technofour doesn’t have units at these countries, it sells its products there through agents. Technofour is now looking at supplying to the US market.
Talking about the experience and response received at the event, Vaidya said, “We have been associated with UBM for the past 15 to 20 years. All the events organized by UBM give us a platform to exhibit our products to a huge audience. Sometimes, engaging with new customers helps us a lot in understanding the market and the requirement of the customers. Participating in trade shows has helped us a lot in branding. So, in both aspects, as far as increasing our reach in the market and enhancing our products, events such as ProPak are of vital importance to us,” Vaidya concludes.
Technofour Electronics Manufacturing is a manufacturer of multi-head systems, check-weighing systems and pin-hole detection systems. The company displayed metal detecting systems for the pharmaceutical, snacks and confectionery, and FMCG sectors. Technofour also manufactures check weighers for similar industry sectors. It manufactures pin-hole detectors which use the wet sponge principle to detect through pin-holes, cracks and other damaged areas on both conductive and non-conductive substrates.