Among Striebig vertical panel saws to be shown on the T.M. Machinery stand will be an upgraded Control series model, the first time the highly advanced, fully-automatic saw has been seen at a UK exhibition.
Major improvements have been made to the popular Striebig Evolution and Control Series of vertical panel saws, improving their efficiency and making them even more attractive for use in the busiest of production environments.
Striebig continues to set the universal standard for vertical panel saws, with several recent improvements launched to boost output and simplify operation.
T.M. Machinery Sales, UK agents for the popular Striebig range of vertical panel saws, will demonstrate a new automated Compact AV model plus two of its popular best-sellers.
Striebig, the undisputed global market leader in vertical panel saw technology, has moved into a new headquarters building in Littau, Switzerland. Built at a cost of E12.5 million (£8.7 million), the attractive four-storey modernist building houses production areas in the basement and on the ground floor. On the two higher floors are the company’s administrative offices together with a spacious showroom and extensive demonstration and training facilities.
Striebig, the world leader in vertical panel saws, has extended and improved its best-selling Compact series of entry-level machines with two larger models and the introduction of automated cut cycle versions, the Compact AV.
The groundbreaking ceremony for Striebig’s new £6.7 million production unit has taken place at the company’s site in Littau, Switzerland. The new 1,500 sq m plant is needed because of the steady increase in demand for the company’s range of innovative and space-saving vertical panel saws.
Striebig AG, manufacturer of the world’s top-selling vertical panel saw range, is showing its confidence in the future by investing 9.7m Euros (approx £6.7m) in a new 1,500 sq m production unit at its Littau plant in Switzerland.