Talsa – Leaders on machinery for the meat industry

Leaders on machinery for the meat industry

Talsa

Making of machinery for the meat industry

In order to show excellency it is necessary to be competent, that is, having competence.

The adopted philosophy, its history, trajectory and commitment to quality values is what keeps a company on a visible spot and with expectations of expansion and renowned prestige.

Expansion is like an oil stain that spreads the good but also the bad. If a bad practice can lead to ruin, a good management together with good products can also expand potentially. Always starting small and then advancing, the echo of creative, innovative and leading companies rests on a solid base built on years of hard work and experience.

The development of a sales strategy is not a matter of days and it is reinforced by establishing strengths where there were once weaknesses.

Talsa is a European company and example of international leadership in the making of machinery for the meat industry, its leading product being the medium capacity mixer. Its catalog offers filler/stuffers, mincers/grinders, cutters/choppers and cookers/kettles only to distributors that endorse the company’s brand during the sales process and maintenance by additionally offering a permanent technical assistance service.

The American market could not resist and corroborates Talsa’s leadership in the international market. Talsa has been producing and exporting its machinery mostly slowly, with the soundness gained from 100 years industrial experience. Exporting requires meeting very strict quality control checks, and so, Talsa trusts all verification agencies and advice on quality control by the European Community.

And so, it consolidates in the market as a company that sells machinery that will not need almost any spare parts in the future.

All of these reasons make of Talsa a very competent company, with a well-defined course of action that differentiates it from the competition.

Meat processing machiney - sausage processing machineri | Talsa

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