JSC RusLitMash at the exhibition - Metal Expo 2017
In period 14-17 of November, the 23rd international industrial exhibition "Metal Expo" was held at the in Moscow, in which JSC RusLitMash traditionally took an active part. During all four days of the exhibition, the company's stand was one of the most visited. Our current and future clients had the opportunity to talk with our colleagues from Belarus JSC BelLitMash, colleagues from company GUSS-EX, with general manager of FMM (Czech) Ciro Radice, and commercial director of STEM (Slovenia) Dragan Bosnjak.
Visitors to the exhibition were able to appreciate the idea of the company to create conditions not only for business negotiations and meetings, but also for informal friendly communication with a glass of beer from our bar. During the exhibition, a presentation of the new company FMM (Czech), was organized, whose the official representative is JSC RusLitMash.
The FMM (Czech) company was established in 2016 on the basis of the "IMF" company and inherited the experience of "IMF" in the production of no-bake molding equipment. FMM (Czech) has about 26,000 m2 of production facilities on which modern metalworking and welding complexes are installed, as well as facilities for testing of finished products, which are serviced by highly skilled workers and engineers.
The company produces complex molding lines, as well as separate equipment: mixers, turn over's, mold painting stations, core installation systems, mold assembling units, sand coolers, shake out cells, reclamation systems (mechanical, thermal, dynamic), pneumatic transport systems, manipulators, vibrating tables, systems for separation of chromite sand.
The director of FMM (Czech), Ciro Radice, spoke in detail about the operation of each equipment, and also answered questions regarding the supply of spare parts for "IMF" equipment. Summing up his presentation, the Director of FMM (Czech) assured all the audience of the presentation that the changes that had taken place in the company were only changes for the better, while Russian foundries could still rely on the supply of modern high-quality equipment to fulfill their tasks.