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Machinery for the Meat Industry

Machinery for the Meat Industry
Talsa and its Commitments.

On a previous post, we commented how important values are for any organization. The mission, vision and values present the road map for every company or organization. Being clear on who we are, our capabilities and being able to look towards the future while fulfilling the values that motivate us to grow, and doing it in an honest way, will shape our mission and vision.

Talsa is a manufacturer of machinery for the meat industry that after a 100 years of industrial experience has developed a performance, manufacture, distribution and maintenance strongly related to management and quality norms. They encompass their interest towards research, development and innovation, always examined through their values aiming for product and, of course, management excellence.

If Talsa has become a worldwide leader in the manufacture of middle-range machinery for the meat industry, it is not by coincidence but thanks to the values on which their brand is based.

It has a factory and storage rooms with the capacity to accommodate finished machinery and their parts in order to serve all customer requests within 1 or 2 workdays. The shipment will be carried out with the most appropriate means, these being trucks, ships, air cargo or TNT Express Courier for those urgent cases all around the world and for the shipment of spare parts.

In order to offer the best of services, Talsa has a private area on its web site exclusive for distributors offering immediate coverage.

60 countries enjoy the quality offered by the Talsa machinery with a network of agents that guarantee the delivery of their equipment and their start-up.

Going back to the values that move us and their aim we can say that Talsa obtains its customer satisfaction thanks to an excellent manufacturing and after-sales chain established in their plants, together with highly competitive prices.

 

 

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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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