2023… In full strength!
After being present at the prestigious international exhibition FESPA Eurasia, which took place in Istanbul, last December, KTK’s preparations have already begun for the next edition of FESPA, to be held in Munich, from the 23rd to the 26th of May, and for the next ITMA, which will take place in Milan, from the 8th to the 14th of June. This year, for the first time, catch us at TVP Stuttgart, from the 30th of March to the 1st of April.
The months before an exhibition are always a time of great anticipation, regarding the products that will be presented, the developments that should be in focus and what other details should or should not be revealed to the public. The year 2022 and the first months of 2023 were exhilarating in that light, with a new machine model being finalized and launched, which is guaranteed to capture the attention of various markets. We are talking about the automatic centre lifting machine named KTK WISE, now available in 2 different standard sizes, NB (200mm x 200mm) and SS (700mm x 500mm), for greater versatility.
In addition to the KTK WISE, our design and engineering department combined their knowledge into developing something unique in the market, which you will be able to see first-hand at our stand in ITMA: the KTK LITHE. This innovation, focused on the needs of the global market, will offer its users the possibility of having more control over their glue spending and, in addition, prolonging the life of their machines, but not only that. This equipment is also able to work as an extra colour for any KTK machine, offering a really great level of registration, considering that it is external equipment to the machine itself.
But the news does not stop there. KTK will also present its new flash-cure unit with a mobile drying head, the KTK KIMERA, which promises lower energy consumption for the company that uses it.
Visit our stand at FESPA Munich 2023, located in Hall B1, position D31, and at ITMA Milan 2023, in Hall 5, position E202, to discover all the new products firsthand.