Mosca’s virtual exhibition stand goes online
Waldbrunn, Germany 24th February 2021 – Ready for a digital tour through the world of strapping technology, the Mosca virtual exhibition stand will go online on 25 February 2021 and can be visited via https://exhibition.mosca.com. Six theme-focused multimedia sections offer customers, journalists and other interested visitors a chance to experience future concepts and innovative technologies developed by the strapping industry specialists. Highlights include a fully automated end-of-line combination of high-performance strapping machines and automated guided vehicles.
“We very much regret that it is still not possible to stage live trade fairs and exhibitions. That’s why we’re focusing even more effort into presenting a virtual alternative to our planned Interpack appearance and are looking forward to showcasing an overview of the many aspects of our product portfolio at a glance via a digital exhibition stand,” explains Mosca CEO Timo Mosca. One of the highlights on the web portal is a fully automated end-of-line scenario for flexibly securing stacked pallets of different heights. The application combines the high-performance KZV-321 and EVOLUTION SoniXs MS-6 H strapping machines with automated guided vehicles supplied by Mosca partner company Gebhardt Fördertechnik GmbH. Detailed displays provide an in-depth view of all machines.
In several thematic sections, Mosca presents additional innovative technologies and concepts – including the EVOLUTION SoniXs TR-6 Pro Industry 4.0 machine, sustainable strap solutions and the new Mosca Performance Services area introduced by the company in autumn 2020. The virtual trade fair stand is complemented by multimedia information featuring user videos and interviews, brochures and contact details of specialised Mosca experts. The virtual exhibition stand will be available in German and English from 25 February 2021 on the Mosca website: https://exhibition.mosca.com.
About Mosca GmbH
Mosca GmbH is a system supplier, developer and producer of high-quality strapping machines, strapping materials and safety systems for transporting goods for professional and industrial use. The machine portfolio ranges from universal devices with a wide range of applications, to fully automated high-performance machines that can be integrated into any higher-level automation line. Mosca produces strapping material out of PP and PET in one of the most modern sites in Europe. Mosca’s international distribution, service and consulting network enables global service for customers. Based in Waldbrunn (Germany), the family company was founded in 1966 and is present in 17 countries with 24 offices and six production sites in Germany, Malaysia, Canada and USA. It employs over 1000 employees. With continuous new developments, the strapping experts have maintained quality and technology leadership in the strapping sector for more than 50 years. Further information can be found at www.mosca.com