Meat through time | Talsa

IFFA | Talsa

Since man was a nomad and a hunter, he has eaten meat to feed himself. In the prehistory, they sliced the meat in strips which were dried in the sun. When fire was discovered, new meat preservation alternatives were developed, because then meat could be smoked or cooked.  With sedentism, livestock farming and agriculture were born, spices and salt were discovered and feeding had a turning point. We know that sausages existed in classical Greece, because literary works describe sausages as Aristófanes does in one of his comedies. Homero, for instance, in his Odyssey, talks about animal intestines stuffed with blood and grease, which could be roasted over the fire, and this is, without any doubt, an antique testimony of sausage eating. For romans, “the botullus”, a sort of blood sausage of the time, was available and could be purchased in their food markets.

In the XV century, livestock farming was carried out outside the city, where animals were slaughtered and were sliced into pieces to be sold.  And pork farms were developed to create ham and sausage factories.

Animal consumption is so important for our diet, that at the end of the XVIII century and during the XIX century, during the industrial revolution, a giant step was taken in the meat industry, when more and newer products were made using the newly developed machines. Cooking, smoking and spices were used again to prepare sausages and cold meats.

With sausages, also cold meats were born, which are prepared for consumption.

Today, due to industrialization, all types of specific machines for the food industry have been developed and the manufacturers have specialized in different production areas.

Talsa, is a european machinery manufacturer for the meat industry, with a medium capacity range of machinery.

Talsa has successfully become a world reference in the manufacture of:

The meat industry is currently more convenient, secure and simple, and at the same time more complex, taking into account the multiple stations that meat has to go through to arrive at our table.

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Machinery manufacturer for the meat industry

Machinery manufacturer for the meat industry

Machinery manufacturer for the meat industry

Expansion in the North American market

Talsa

The Spanish company Talsa is the world leader in machinery manufacturing for the meat and meat products industry within the medium capacity segment, with high quality machines.

Manufacturers from the machinery sector and meat industry technology developers are going to take advantage of the next edition of IFFA in Frankfurt, which will take place from May 7th to May 12th 2016, to promote themselves on the foreign market.

As could not be otherwise, Talsa will participate at the IFFA Frankfurt 2016 Fair, stand 8.0 C55.

Even though Talsa is already consolidated in the European market, the company is going to take advantage of this edition of the IFFA Frankfurt to strengthen its expansion in the North American market, in which it is beginning to have a strong presence.

The projected expansion for the meat industry machinery sector is very optimistic, because the forecasts prepared by the FAO and the OECD for the next decade regarding meat products consumption anticipate an important growth. However, if we consider the uncertain economic growth in Europe, the need for expansion to other markets, like the North American market is evident as a way to ensure businesses growth.

There is no doubt that exports are a way to invigorate businesses activity. Talsa is a clear example of this statement, because the largest part of its production is destined for export. Talsa is a very competitive company, due to the high quality of its products and the excellent post-sales service offered to its distributors all over the world.

The developed countries, which are the principal targets of Talsa exports, have technological requirements aimed mainly to the increase of the machinery’s useful life, and, in that regard, Talsa is a benchmark.

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Talsa, present in the next IFFA Frankfurt Fair

Talsa, present in the next IFFA Frankfurt Fair

IFFA Frankfurt Fair

Talsa be present

Talsa, a machinery manufacturer for the meat industry, is endorsed by more than 100 years of industrial experience.

Shortly, from May 7th to May 12th Talsa will participate at the IFFA Frankfurt Fair, stand 8.0 C55.

Talsa doesn’t sell directly to large or medium-sized companies, but it sells its machinery through its distributors and in fairs such as this. Talsa exhibits its innovations and also builds relationships with people and companies interested in distributing its machinery. For this reason, Talsa is always present in the best international business fairs.

IFFA is one of the most internationally relevant innovative platforms with “meat” as its subject. In the past 50 years, German and internationally recognized manufactures meet in this Fair to exhibit to the professional community the new trends in this industry, offering solutions for all stages of the value chain in the meat industry. From the slaughtering stage to the transformation, treatment, packing and sales stages.

Globalization has imposed some requirements to the whole value chain, emphasizing the importance of hygienic processing and setting strict controls to ensure food safety. The IFFA is, therefore, the exhibition site for the “modern meat industry”. Taking part in this Fair is then very important in order to be in touch with international clients and consequently to open more doors and opportunities for export.

In its previous edition, the Fair surface was 120.000 m2 with approximately 1000 exhibitors and some 60.000 visitors.

Talsa will exhibit its wide range of machinery for the meat processing industry:

Medium capacity machinery for the sausage industry, which has earned a quality and excellence seal and worldwide leadership recognition. Talsa also makes a commitment to deliver in time and makes immediate dispatches through recognized transportation means. It uses the TNT Express Courier to ship parts anywhere in the world and gives support to its distributors 365 days of the year.

We will insist again in all this in the IFFA 2016.

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Machinery for the Meat Industry | Talsa

Machinery for the Meat Industry

Machinery for the Meat Industry

In the Spanish industrial sector, the meat industry holds the 4th place behind the automotive industry, the fuel industry and the electric industry.

Traditionally, rural Spain has mostly dedicated its efforts to animal husbandry, frequently through familiar enterprises, as it is reflected in its meat gastronomy. Pastureland-fed pig livestock and the acorn-fed Iberian pig are highly regarded in the national and international market. Up to 50% of the stable-raised animal meat processing industry is situated In the Eastern Mediterranean, Segovia, Huesca and Toledo. And Spain is the second European Community producing country after Germany.

One of the main industrial sectors in Spain is the machinery and equipment manufacturing sector for the food industry, not only for the meat industry but also for the baking and dairy products industry, the fish industry, canned food and olive oil. The machinery manufacturing sector supports all the other food producing sectors, because Spain has the best raw materials.

The meat industry machinery manufacturing companies in Spain are mostly concentrated in   Cataluña, Madrid and the Basque Country. The Community of Valencia holds 7% of all such industries together with Castilla and León.  This important sector gives employment to a large number of people. This sector has to comply with European Standards so it must evolve continuously in terms of research and technological development.

Talsa is a Valencian company which manufactures machinery for the food and food processing industry and includes in its catalogue five high-quality machines:

Talsa does not make direct sales, so the machinery sales are made through its distributors all over the world. This way, Talsa guarantees the right installation and operation of the machines. Spare parts are also supplied by the distributor, according to the machine’s registration number.

In its webpage you will find extensive information about its product catalogue, with all technical specifications, photos and videos where you can see the machines’ finish and operation.

If you have a marketing company for meat industry machinery and you are interested in distributing Talsa’s products, you can apply through Talsa’s web application form.

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Meat kneader-mixer | Talsa

Meat-kneader-mixer

The use of new technologies has knocked on everybody’s doors. Nobody is excluded nowadays to acknowledge the needs brought by these new ways of interacting, understanding each other, working and expanding our minds and markets.

Companies that from the beginning have known to use these tools for marketing, show their products and use all means available to expand sales. They can also use these tools simply to come closer to their personnel and customers in order to organize and display the excellence of their products.

In the beginning, we started with a webpage, and gradually more tools have been created to work with, to inform and communicate with the public. Nowadays, there is more knowledge and we have learned about secured sites, confidence requirements, etc. We can now upload files for the user to download and, in Talsa’s case, we have an Intranet available for the exclusive use of distributors.

Today, companies not only use the web for marketing. The web has replaced paper catalogues, which became obsolete right away as soon as a new product arrived or if a printing error occurred. Websites are alive. They are constantly updated and allow businesses to open their doors in regard to product catalogues, technical characteristics, the company values, its way of working, and they have tools for impulsive and reflexive contact.

Talsa is a company which manufactures machinery for the food and food processing industry. With the Internet emergence, it did not hesitate to get onboard of the technology bandwagon, with the vision to use it as a display for its products. Its web is available in several languages and it takes advantage of any tool to show Talsa’s professional values and its working methods.

As an example, we uploaded a video in YouTube to show one of the most popular machines in the meat industry: the meat kneader.

Meat processing machiney - sausage processing machineri

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Cookers | Kettles

Cooking kettles – Distributors - Talsa

Cooking kettles

Talsa distributors

The first cooking kettle may have been a metallic kettle, according to Wikipedia. A kettle is a cooking pot with a lid to use the steam when cooking. It can make us think of a pressure cooker. For the Spanish Royal Academy, it is exclusively a metallic pan.

The word comes from the French “marmite” and it is attributed to Denis Papin, as a result of his research on steam utilization. One of these models can be seen in the Railway Museum in Madrid. It was used to cook foods in less time, taking advantage of fast heating and pressure increase, and using a valve to release steam.

After becoming of common domestic use, now these machines are used in the industrial sector and big cooking kettles are used in schools, hotels, etc. There are electric and gas cooking kettles.

Talsa, leading company in the manufacture and export of machinery for the meat and meat processing industry, includes in its catalogue, among other products, cooking kettles for sale by its distributors. The more common are the electric ones, because they are easier to install and use, and they don’t need maintenance, except to check, once a year, the thermic fluid. They don’t need a chimney or a technical project. The gas cooking kettles are more expensive, but their Kcal consumption is lower and, as with all the gas appliances, they need an installation technician and regular inspections to comply with the Norm.

The cooking pans, as well as the burners are made of stainless steel and their technical characteristics are specified in this manufacturing company’s web page. Talsa only sells through its distributor network, to ensure technical advice and support, to give personal attention and maintain quality in all its products as well as an operation guarantee.

Talsa’s cooking kettles have the EU Community type-approval for gas appliances B11 category Applus laboratory www.applus.com

Talsa is a prestigious manufacturer across all the European Community and the international market.

You can visit Talsa in:

Meat processing machiney - sausage processing machineriTalsa wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Leading in the manufacture of machinery for the meat

leading in the manufacture of machinery for the meatTalsa

Leading company in the manufacture and export of machinery for the meat and meat processing industry.

The TALSA brand has established itself successfully in the meat processing industry machinery manufacturing market thanks to its very good business judgement, a very good thorough management and especially due to its general vision.

Due to its product quality, rules were necessary to place orders, to provide service, maintenance and technical services, in order to ensure an orderly management. Clients must address distributors directly to solve emergency situations such as parts replacement or equipment maintenance. Talsa also has authorized and qualified installers.

Furthermore, Talsa recommends contacting the distributor who sold the machinery instead of contacting some other distributor, for the same reasons mentioned above. The distributor who sold the machinery has the registration number, the machine’s identification and components. This is the reason why Talsa does not offer direct sales services.

Talsa only relies in gas installers and local smoke evacuation services for the cooking kettles, because it must comply with local standards, technical reports and periodical inspections.

In its website, Talsa has a special section for its distributors. From this page, one can download catalogues, technical specifications, TAS requests and specific forms. This allows working in an orderly fashion, with the resulting benefit of immediacy and a better overall management.

From there, you may apply to become a Talsa distributor if you own a meat processing machinery marketing company.

Talsa asserts that its machinery does not need spare parts and this is confirmed by the fact that the majority of orders are non-urgent spare part orders. Still, if the order is placed before 5 pm, the spare parts are sent the same day, by courier service (TNT Express Courier), all the working days of the year. Talsa has a very good responsiveness and delivery capability, due to its permanent stock of thousands of general spare parts.

Meat processing machiney - sausage processing machineri

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Positioning through Social Media – Talsa

Positioning through Social Media |Talsa

Talsa, a manufacturer of machinery for the meat and meat processing industry.

It is positioned in Social Networks

In order to illustrate how to create a company page in each one of the principal social networking services, we are going to use Talsa as an example. Talsa is a manufacturer and exporter of machinery for the meat and meat processing industry, which has decided to have social media presence.

Facebook

To create a company page in Facebook, we first need to have a personal profile. Through this profile we can create the page. It is very important to fill every configuration section of the company’s page:

  • Company’s logo.
  • Banner.
  • Company’s description.
  • Mailing address.
  • Telephone.
  • Link to the corporate website.

As an example, we can review Talsa’s Facebook page.

Twitter

We don’t need to have a personal profile in Twitter to create a company page. To do so, we need to provide the same data as before, but it is also important to begin following Twitter users, in order to establish a minimum of “following” and “followers”.

As an example, we can examine Talsa’s page in Twitter.

LinkedIn

In LinkedIn, we also have to generate a personal profile in order to create the company page.

A good example is the Talsa’s LinkedIn page.

Youtube

One of the most important social networking services is, without a doubt, YouTube. But we need to have videos to upload.

In this case, we need to register in Google + with a personal profile to create a video channel in YouTube.

We can see Talsa’s YouTube video channel as an example.

Google +

There is little to add to this social network, well known by all our users.

We can review Talsa’s Google + page, as an example.

We hope the abovementioned examples are useful to our readers.

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Folding Patio Doors – Accordion Doors – Airclos

Accordion Doors - Airclos

Folding Patio Doors

Accordion Doors

Airclos

I still remember, when I was a kid, that houses had some unnecessary doors, for example, a door in the middle of a corridor. With time, we had evolved from closed, dark and difficult-to-reach rooms to bigger rooms with more light without unnecessary furniture. We now use more functional furniture, remove architectural barriers and have more common and accessible spaces. If we think about it, nowadays, a more transparent, more reasonable and positive attitude is adopted in the cities’ structures, as well as those of our own houses and offices. This attitude is directly related to social progress and it is reflected in the way we live, work and enjoy our free time.

This way we are gradually eliminating barriers and creating new tendencies that cover our new needs. And we are optimizing spaces that can be adapted for different uses. We can now define, by using accordion doors, two spaces and when the doors are open, there is only one space. For example, dividing a room to maintain intimacy in a home. Or dividing a conference room, for instance, to have two classrooms separated with an accordion door.

A few years ago, it was unthinkable to access a terrace from a room if not through a traditional door. However, nowadays you can move freely from one room to the next by using accordion doors. You can also have a glazed enclosure in a terrace, so you can enjoy it any time of the year.

Accordion doors remind us of this musical instrument, due to their similar folding.

Airclos specialty are all types of, folding patio doors, sliding and accordion doors and sliding roofs that can be perfectly adapted, especially to the requirements of the business world. Their quality and excellent delivery and installation service, have earned Airclos a very good reputation in customized work in Spain as well as in Europe, its demand constantly increasing.

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Airclos – Glass curtain walls and accordion windows

Airclos – Glass curtain walls and accordion windows

Glass curtain walls and accordion windows

Airclos

Airclos is a Spanish leading company in aluminum carpentry special systems, specialized in balcony glazing and roofing and accordion-type sliding windows and doors, among other specialties.

They offer solutions to close open spaces, both interior and exterior, in different materials and finishes. They are proud of continuously innovating in order to offer their customers the best finished product in terms of design and quality. They are undoubtedly an example of a technologically oriented company and their corporate image reflects it.

The glass curtain walls don’t have any impact on the building structure and they allow the isolation of certain areas without losing the panoramic view which is the current architectural trend, where crystal has taken center stage to include scenery and transparency, to incorporate the natural environment to urban development.

It is no coincidence that their production has increased substantially since the foundation of the company. It has been their specialization in this type of products that opened the doors to the European market. This has been made possible with the incorporation of new products to their catalog as well as through hard work and an important technological and managemental effort, with a single goal: quality.

Their website is very visual and reveals their philosophy, their commitment to quality, research and innovation, their continuous development, their business network, their customer service and their customer formation plan as a way to transfer knowledge. As their customers are often professionals who need their products, they are also training installers. Using a logic, progressive vision, no area of the commercial puzzle has been neglected.

Their work’s photographs leave nobody indifferent. The accordion doors, the glass doors and sliding roofs represent a clear separation of spaces in hotels, terraces, gardens, offices, restaurants, etc. Technical characteristics, advantages, among others, can be consulted in their website.

If you are looking for this type of solution for your projects, this is a company to consider.

Airclos

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