Talsa – new logo and catalog

Talsa – new logo and catalog

New Logo | New Catalog

Talsa

Talsa has recently changed its logo. The family company started in 1900 and, since then, the industrial enterprise has been true to its image, always adapting to new times and changing its typography but always remaining faithful to its beginnings.

For many reasons changes are needed, and Talsa has changed and modernized all its catalogs in order to project a more solid and simple image of its elements. The new logo may not represent a drastic change. A very commonly used element in the industry has been used: the star has been changed for the blades, and the typology is more modern. However, its stamp remains just as the fiery red that represents the passion Talsa puts in its business, a color also representative of the meat industry.

Talsa is a company dedicated to the manufacturing of medium capacity machinery for the meat industry. Its mixers, stuffers, cutters, mincers and cookers are simple to the naked eye, manufactured in stainless steel, present the elegance of a job well done and a programming of all functions that exceed expectations. Both its economic and its professional line are studied for an easier handling, moving and use, they are designed for the strictly necessary and the aspects of cleanliness and safety are also taken into consideration.

The new catalogs are already uploaded on the web for users to consult all technical characteristics of its products.

Its expansion to the international market and the moment of technological transition we are living have been a good timing for these changes for an enterprise obsessed with always giving its best, on the best conditions, with quality and its customers always in mind. The company’s philosophy is the same and always present when producing the machinery and going hand in hand with technological developments that adapt to changing times.

In Talsa they do what they think and they think hard of what they do.

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