Talsa – new logo and catalog

Talsa – new logo and catalog

New Logo | New Catalog


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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Talsa – World Leader in the Food Industry

Talsa - World Leader in the Food Industry

Four generations of the Belloch family have led Talsa to become a leader in the industrial machinery production for the food industry, specifically for the food processing industry. Far from declining in quality, each generation has helped improve Talsa’s quality over and over again and reinforce their commitment to the brand. Since 1900, it has improved itself to innovate in all areas, never leaving aside a good management.  They have been able to combine all strategic areas for the proper functioning and coupling of all departments in order to create a successful infrastructure.

Having control over all departments is difficult to reach without a final global vision, since all parts involved in the interweaving of a company must settle on a common basis. Also, they must be provided with the best tools so the human resources in charge can develop their function as good as possible and are able to collaborate and work together with other departments smoothly. This way, the sales through their own distributors which are trained by the company, and their immediate response to technical support and parts replacement is fundamental to maintain a plagiarism-proof quality.

Steve Jobs had an personal concept: “think different”. Without doubts, Steve Jobs, whether we like him as a person or not, was a genius in his global vision of things, a visionary. And maybe the success of companies lays on this madness for work and concentration.

Talsa also works differently and this is one of its strengths, since the brand is supported by a marketing based on an own strategy.

Talsa distributes to over 60 countries with a network of direct commercial agents. Its industrial machinery filler/stuffers, mincers/grinders, cutters/choppers and cookers/kettles are quickly delivered, being these delivery times the shortest in the industry.


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Talsa – Leaders on machinery for the meat industry

Leaders on machinery for the meat industry


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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Talsa Operative in August

Talsa Operative in August

As August approaches, cities become desert and the labor market is affected by the arrival of the summer holidays. Most companies face a reduced employee workforce during the holidays in July and August and others must double theirs, especially in the tourism sector.

It is possible to feel the empty cities as the hot months approach, but something inside all companies stays connected to the real world: servers, computers, programs, the web, email services and WiFi. The latest was once considered the philosophers’ stone and has now become a common service in bars, restaurants, hotels, etc., allowing our companies and businesses to travel with us.

Nathan Rosenberg, a well-respected authority in the innovation, science and technology fields, already told us in a visit to Spain years ago that it was necessary to change our direction and develop new products to be incorporated in industrials processes, and to invest in higher education in order to develop complex technologies.

Now that we possess the common dissemination channels, all is left is to invest in the training and recruitment of this personnel so that Spanish enterprises become more competitive, and to invest in mathematical talents, engineers, computer scientist and telecommunications specialists.

Talsa is a company that has been wise enough to invest in I+D+i and has trusted high-performing professionals. It has so become a very influential company at an international level not only for its machinery for the meat industry, but also for its network system that connects all its distributors to remain aware of any needs their clients may present, and an actual commitment 365 days a year.

Talsa is a company that will make of Spain a competitive country.

Talsa | Meat processing machinery - sausage processing machinery

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Talsa in social networks

Talsa in social networks

Social Networks


Talsa is an european leading company in the manufacturing of medium capacity machinery for the meat industry and an example of an innovative company committed to technology that actively pursues an online marketing strategy through Social Media.

Talsa already counts with a corporate website in 6 languages on which an active policy of natural SEO positioning has developed for years. It focuses mainly on the positioning in English (its main language), German, French and Spanish.

Now, it aims to go further and expand its marketing strategy with the presence on the main Social Networks. To that end, it counts with the support of Aitana Multimedia, a specialist on online marketing.

The objectives pursued with the presence of Talsa on the main Social Networks are:

  1. Improve its online reputation.
  2. Gain direct contacts through Social Networks.
  3. Improve the SEO positioning of its corporate website by generating content linked directly to the main Networks.

Talsa’s presence focus mainly on the following Social Networks:

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In most cases, English has been chosen the official communication language given the company’s international projection.

Special emphasis has to be made on Talsa’s YouTube channel, with thousands of views and a great amount of high-quality videos on their range of medium-capacity machinery for the meat industry.

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Talsa - IFFA 2016

Talsa at IFFA 2016.

Once more, Talsa, a leading European, medium-capacity machinery manufacturer for the meat industry, has participated from May 7th to May 12th in Frankfurt at the IFFA 2016, the number one fair for the meat industry.

This year, the IFFA 2016 had near 1,000 exhibits from 47 countries, with a surface area of more than 100,000m2 and received more than 70,000 visitors.

The IFFA is the first specialized International Fair for the meat industry sector and represents the most important innovation platform for this sector.

Talsa, once again, has had an important and favourable reception among visitors and professionals from this sector, due to its wide range of machinery for the meat and the meat products industry.

Below, we show the photo gallery of the Talsa stand at the IFFA 2016 Fair.

Talsa’s team is already getting ready for IFFA’s next edition in 2019.

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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


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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