INTRALOX will be exhibiting it products at Cannex 2006 (Booth #127), April 5-7 at the Singapore Expo.
Since its inception in 1971, Intralox has served as a valuable partner to the can industry, assisting its customers in using modular plastic conveyor belt technology to address the industry's unique challenges.
Intralox has a wealth of experience and expertise, effectively dealing with the challenges of conveying the new can shapes and sizes of today's marketplace.
Eighty percent of can industry end users around the world have Intralox belting operating in their plants.
Intralox products are of consistently high quality and the company brings added value to its customers' operations by focusing on continuous improvement.
The company regularly strives to cultivate and bring to manufacturers new ideas to enhance productivity, addressing such issues as: energy consumption, plant sanitation, plant floor space requirements and self-clearing capabilities (spoilage reduction). Intralox's variety of live transfer belts and Series 1100 nosebar transfers are especially effective in these areas.
Intralox customers have an advantage over their competition because of the company’s unique associated benefits such as:
* Money-back belt performance guarantees and on-time emergency shipping guarantees
* 400+ combinations of belt styles, materials and colours
* Customer service staff fluent in 12 languages and available 24 hours/day, 365 days/year
* On-time shipping record of 99.9%; 90,000 shipments routed worldwide annually
* Specially trained Account Managers poised to provide assistance anywhere in the world
* Assembly centres in North America, continental Europe, the UK, Brazil, Japan and Australia, resulting in short standard lead times
* Fast service ensured because of a 50 million part-strong inventory
* Annual Research and Development budget of $5 million - supports rapid introduction of new products.
Along with standard Acetal material, Intralox belts are available in electrically conductive material that helps dissipate static charges and flame retardant polyester that will not actively burn (but will blacken and melt in the presence of flame). The availability of both features is important and can potentially impact worker safety and insurance premiums.