Eurolaser opens CO2 laser application centre in Italy

High-tech CO2 laser systems are in high demand worldwide. In response, eurolaser is now opening an application centre in Italy. Laser systems for automated and large-format textile cutting are particularly sought after. On the heels of this trend, eurolaser are opening new centres of expertise across Europe. In Italy, eurolaser maintains a branch office and, as of April 2018, a large demo centre where current and potential customers can view live demonstrations of various laser systems.

Alessandro Cataletto, Manager of Alkotex, the eurolaser branch in Italy: ‘We’re excited to be able to offer the Italian market knowledgeable, personalised consulting in their native language. Customer intimacy is hugely important, especially when it comes to complex industrial products that require explaining. That’s why this Italian eurolaser agency is a big step for us. It is a way for us to bring all the advantages of laser technology closer to the manufacturing industry in Italy. Now that we have opened this large demo-centre, potential and current customers can witness eurolaser technology live, right in their own backyard and see for themselves how cost-effective it is. With our team of experts, we are able to offer both market-based, individual sales consulting and after-sales technical customer service. Being right there on location allows us to react quickly. The customer also gets to benefit from shorter channels of communication and reduced travel costs‘.

The eurolaser agency in Italy signifies a growing international presence for the German premium laser system manufacturer. The CO2 laser systems are used primarily for processing acrylics, plastic foils, technical textiles and wood materials.

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