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Enkotec enters strategic alliance with BAUSSMAN

Denmark's Enkotec A/S/ announced that it has entered into a strategic alliance with Germany's BAUSSMANN Collated Fasteners GmbH whereby it will get exclusive rights to sell and service the German-based company's wire coil collator worldwide.

A press release said that BAUSSMANN "has been at the forefront of knowledge and expertise in the manufacture of collated fasteners and collating machines for over 30 years." The company, it said, has developed and marketed a highly efficient wire coil collator that is a perfect match to Enkotec's nail machines. "The machine program produced by the two companies is characterized by combining the use of advanced technology with a very operator friendly construction, and the manufacturers are both committed to providing high standard machinery.

"The BAUSSMANN wire coil collator will be exhibited as part of an in-line manufacturing line at Ekotec's booth next year at wire Düsseldorf, the release said."The intention and the target of our new, strategic cooperation agreement are to work for joint excellence for the benefit of our end-customers, by combining our common competences and by continuously cooperating within all aspects of contracting, manufacturing, selling, servicing and customer relations," said Managing Directors Bent Petersen, ENKOTEC, and Winfried Baussmann, BAUSSMANN. "We feel confident that the nail industry will welcome our alliance."

Enkotec is a leading global supplier of machinery for the manufacture of mass-produced nails as well as customized nail solutions, and a supplier of spare parts, service and support to its customers. Its technology is based on the unique rotary forming principle, invented in the early 1980s, ensuring its customers high, uniform quality, high efficiency rates and high capacity.















































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