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MACHINERY FOR THE MEAT INDUSTRY

Talsa is a manufacturer of machinery for the meat industry

OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE

 

The optimum performance of a machine is obtained when getting the best possible results with minimum work.

Talsa is a manufacturer of machinery for the meat industry that has established a working method for the optimization of resources, management, production and quality. Their machinery are a joint result of the values established by the company from the beginning; of joining simplicity with functionality, being pragmatic, and the desire of joining beauty with functionality, always searching for constant innovation without limiting to a strict efficiency purpose.

Talsa works hard on being itself, being true to its brand and management, without neglecting any aspect, since they know excellence can only be reached when all aspects that interact in a company are taken care of with the same love and dedication.

Talsa sells through its distributors who know all about the machines they are offering and the company’s discipline to offer the best added value to their clients captured in their products. The way orders are placed and items delivered ensures proper planning in order to offer the best service regarding orders of both machinery and spare parts. Talsa is present in 60 countries and its use of electrical and industrial standard components and the absence of complex electronics of difficult programming is an active that gives reliability to its products around the world.

Its medium range machinery for the meat industry can be seen in videos on its website and YouTube channel, where details can be better appreciated. The machines as a whole, the cleanliness, transparency, the final results and the technical explanation only made possible after 100 years of industrial experience, of renowned awards and certified quality.

Talsa’s performance is also guaranteed with an increase in production worldwide.

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SEARCHING FOR EXCELLENCE

Of Food Industry of Manufacturing of average capacity

TALSA –PROFESSIONAL DISTRIBUTION

Successful companies are those that survive through time maintaining their quality. But in order to become a successful company the internal values must be clear from the beginning and it is necessary to rely on tools in order to reach the goals set, being of extreme importance the transmission of those values to everyone involved in the company.

Establishing a corporate culture and transmitting it is the first step to carry out a strategy. As Aristotle said “we are what we repeatedly do”. Excellence thus is a habit.

Leadership in a company is essential for the management. The transmission of values to all employees in different departments so the end result is customer satisfaction requires the training and the initiative only an appropriate working environment can provide without any negative influences.

Innovation plays a key role in development, and it should be given as many chances as possible in order to avoid company stagnation. This should be done always taking into account the company’s strengths to boost them and aim for continuous improvement, a habit that will lead to excellence.

Those companies that provide training to their employees increase their confidence and loyalty towards the company making them feel the company’s values as their own. Results assessment must be performed in such way that technology, R+D+i and service are seen as part of the employees’ commitment

Talent should be not only available but also optimized to look for better solutions with a culture of continuous motivation in mind to improve goals and achieve excellence.

Talsa has maintained its leadership becoming world leader manufacturer of middle range machinery for the meat industry. 100 years of experience talk for themselves, reaching their world leading position thanks to a good management and their commitments. Their shared values help them reach their commitments, well-known by all its distributors to whom they entrust the sales of their machinery. Evidences of these shared values are the short manufacturing times, urgent transportation and delivery of spare parts, continuously upgraded machinery and professional distribution as well as service support.

The prepared table of commitments is made possible by the company’s structure and their non-stop effort to achieve excellence. The upgrading of their machines is a product of continuous research, the management surrounding itself with a team of the same philosophy and the sales being made by professionals.

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MACHINERY FOR THE MEAT INDUSTRY

MACHINERY FOR THE MEAT INDUSTRY

Past and present filling machines.

One of the greatest revolutions without a doubt was the industrial revolution. In the 18th century Great Britain became the stage for its beginnings, expanding later to whole Europe till the mid-19th century and remaining a key point for progress, establishing a before and after in production techniques. Machines contributed to mass production reducing times. All sectors were influenced by it and it contributed to a sustained economic growth for all social classes.

Today, we cannot imagine working without machines and looking towards the future, one without robots doesn’t seem likely either.

In the meat industry, we have to think further ahead than just the slaughtering. Pigs, for example, were sacrificed in a barbaric way that provoked anguishing high-pitched squeals, and the process was done manually with all the sanitary surprises it might entail. Machines introduced not only a rise in production but also higher security and hygiene.

The automation process gave free rein to endless research in all sectors in order to invent new machines with different functionalities.

Nowadays, the production of charcuterie is carried out by state-of-the-art filling machinery that take into consideration hygiene, ergonomics, safety, displacement, among other aspects that make a difference.

The industrial revolution is far in our past but now we live smaller revolutions at the present that contribute to a periodic progress. For example, later came quality and safety norms that have contribute to improve the industrial world and to walk towards excellence.

Talsa is a producer of machinery for the meat industry with fillers, mixers, mincers, cutters and stuffer of middle-range capacity that has become a world leader in the food industry.

Given so many advances is no wonder that we now have a higher life expectancy.

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MACHINERY FOR THE COLD CUTS INDUSTRY

Machynery for the cold cuts ndustry

TALSA QUALITY CONTROL

Talsa is a company committed to quality and its norms meets the health and safety standards established by the European Community.  After 100 years’ experience in the meat industry sector, it was recognized with the Exportation Award granted by the Chamber of Commerce of Valencia.

The implementation of quality controls help companies ensuring and certifying that their products meet the minimum quality requirements and to detect any manufacturing error.

Talsa’s management has always aimed for excellence taking care of every detail. After conducting a very exhaustive quality project in all departments (manufacturing, administration, sales, customer support, distributors support, etc.), quality control has been implemented in an orderly way, not leaving room for improvising. Also, all the proper security and hygiene measures have been applied in both facilities and machinery.

Its machinery range for the cold cuts industry is known worldwide, but Talsa continues innovating to offer improvement and new features in their products with its constant R+D+i.

Obsessed with good service, Talsa presents on its website everything it stands for: production deadlines, urgent transportation of machinery, immediate shipment of spare parts, immediate attention to its distributors 365 days a year and distribution in over 60 countries.

Its website is simple but clear and its intranet specially designed for the management of its distributors, from where all orders can be seen as well as their status, the machinery specifications and a place to manage all administrative tasks is available without having to close any windows.

To manage all spare parts and their orders, the intranet presents a drawing of the machine with all pieces put apart so the order can be placed with a single click, thus preventing mistakes by being able to see the piece and its reference number at the same time.

Talsa has no direct contact with its clients but through its distributors, who guarantee the quality control Talsa has put so much effort on and which identifies it.

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TALSA’S FILLERS/STUFFERS

TALSA’S FILLERS/STUFFERS

Fillers | Stuffers

Talsa

A filler or stuffer is a machine used to compact cold mixtures for the production of different types of cold meats that can be fresh, cured or cooked.

TALSA is a european company producer of medium-range machinery for the food processing industry. It is present worldwide thanks to its consolidated exports and its distributor network, that ensures sales and maintenance and provides spare parts, giving so a guaranteeing this way the proper functioning of the machine.

In its machine range, the first machine it presents is the Hydraulic Fillers for 15,20,26,31,42 and 52 liters. They are made of stainless steel and can be either automatic or manual.

Talsa’s fillers work with dense or cold mixtures, its speed control lever located near the operator for a more precise adjustment. Release of the knee lever causes the double sealed piston to decompress and instantly stops the product flow. It also has wheels to ensure easy movement of the machine, automatic lid lock, pressure gauge and is easy to clean.

The manual portioning device is an accessory that fits on the end of the meat barrel with a lever in forward/backward positions in order to obtain consistent volume dosage for various mix thicknesses, such as Frankfurt sausages, pâté, foie-gras, salamis, etc. from 20 to 500g approximately.

A curved nozzle with a non-drip cutting valve may be optionally adapted permitting precision filling of tins and recipients

Among Talsa’s high-quality range of machinery we can also find mixers, grinders, cutters and cookers.

In its website talsanet.com you can watch videos on the functioning of their machinery. There is also access to an Intranet for distributors.

Talsa, more than 100 years of industrial experience certified by EC quality assurance and control bodies.

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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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Talsa – Committed to the technological present

machinery for the food and food processing industry

Talsa

Committed to the technological present

A lot of water has passed under the bridge since the Internet was born and surprised many of us with what was expected to be a true revolution in the telecommunications sector. Since then, this net has absorbed everything regarding knowledge and information. Nowadays, it is possible to have an encyclopedia, a telephone book, groups of persons with similar interests, videos, music, movies, stores, news, newspapers, all sorts of bookings and even data and the way our business work in the so called “cloud”, a compendium of personal, professional and cultural information, accessible from a monitor.

Companies committed to technology were the first to appear in the first positions on the first browsers and this surely has been one of the main features that have guaranteed their business continuity. Those who understood the need to go from paper to screen, from the neon sign over their company’s door to the website, are the ones that incorporate to their web space all types of new commercial and marketing strategies. Competitors were once in your city, your county or your country. Now, competition is a public showcase from anywhere in the world and businesses not only need to have presence, they also have to compete in transparency, reliability, safety and management in order to guarantee their presence and continuity.

Talsa is a company dedicated to the manufacture of machinery for the food processing industry and the meat industry. It has adapted its way of doing business to the new technological trends and takes them into account when it comes to achieve the best usability of its website.

Its new web design is totally responsive so it can be accessed and visualized from any device; a catalogue is included with all the required technical specifications of its machinery. This machinery has earned them worldwide recognition in the manufacturing of medium capacity machinery for the food and food processing industry.

Another interesting feature is the display of their hydraulic Fillers Stuffers, mixers, mincers/grinders, cutters and cooking kettles in easy-to-watch videos, where one can see step by step the simplicity of their assembly and the polish of their finishing.

Meat processing machiney - sausage processing machineri

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quality service to distributors

quality service to distributors - Talsa

Quality service to distributors

Talsa

It is August, the month in which special attention should be paid to all incidences and their proper resolution. If they were solved or not or the type of incidences should be analyzed, because it is a month in which bad service can jeopardize all the meticulous work done throughout the year.

After an incident on the road, for instance, if the situation was mishandled, a return in September with the firm intention to change our service company or provider will surely follow.

In Talsa, they know that purposes are fulfilled if there is a strong commitment. If the quality targets are successfully achieved, it is due to good management.

In its website, talsanet.com, there is a web access for distributors. They are in charge of customer relations and their function is to guarantee that no step of the established quality control measures is skipped.

Talsa manufactures machinery for the meat and meat processing industry, for instance: fillers, stuffers, mixers, mincers, grinders, cutters, cooking kettles, etc. Its years of experience and the use of technology, with the incorporation of the latest technological innovations, make their machine parts to assemble and perform perfectly. Its production and storage capacity allows Talsa to deliver small and medium sized machinery in only two days, sometimes including non-working days. Larger machinery may be delivered in only two weeks.

This is one of Talsa’s undertaken commitments, and it is accomplished thanks to a transportation service, which includes air transport if necessary, for a fast delivery service anywhere in the world.

Emergency delivery of spare parts is done using courier services any day of the year.

For this reason, their undertaken commitment is not only something written on their webpage. Its intranet for distributors is a very important tool for channeling customer orders and solving problems 365 days a year.

It is essential that a company’s image be endorsed by its immediate response capability. If a client feels neglected or his needs unheeded while making a commercial deal, it creates distrust. In these times of crisis and helplessness any demonstration of commitment and concern will gain people’s trust.

quality service to distributors - Talsa

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Fillers / Stuffers -Talsa

Fillers / Stuffers -Talsa

Fillers / Stuffers

Talsa

Talsa’s machinery meets the European quality norms thanks to a broad experience on the industrial market of over 100 years, almost all dedicated to machinery for the meat and food industry.

Talsa has 5 star machines they feel very proud of. They are the result of their dedication to technology and are presented with optimal quality and finish.

We have already talked about the Talsa Mixers and this time we want to present another of its outstanding machines: the fillers/stuffers. As the name already indicates, they fill or thrust something into something else using pressure, in this case meat for making cold cuts.

Talsa’s fillers / stuffers work with high pressure suitable for compact or cold mixtures. They come with a speed control regulator situated near the operator for a precise adjustment of the product flow. Designed to be easy to work with, with wheels and a handle for easy movement and they are easy to clean.

The manual portioning device is an accessory that fits on the end of the meat barrel of the Talsa filler/stuffer. Operated with a lever with forward/back position, it obtains consistent volume dosage for different measures and weights required with a high level of precision.

Another accessory is a funnel with a non-drip cutting valve that can be adapted to fill tins and recipients.

To guarantee supplying and maintenance, Talsa does all the selling through their distributors, who guarantee the quality and professionalism reflected in the company’s philosophy. All accessories are perfectly assembled to the machines. This gains the client’s trust and ensures functioning without waiting time.

On the web page and online catalog of their machinery is available together with all the technical specifications, pictures and videos that show how the machines work.

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