Macsa ID UK invests in first ever demonstration room
Published: 11 January 2019 - Sarah Mead
Further underlining its commitment to an ambitious growth strategy, Macsa ID UK Ltd (www.macsa.co.uk) – a division of Barcelona-based laser coding, marking and scoring systems manufacturer, Macsa ID – has boosted its services by establishing its first ever demonstration room at its facility in Shefford where it will showcase its wide range of equipment.
Neil Greatorex, Managing Director at Macsa ID UK Ltd comments: “This investment represents the growing demand for our advanced coding and marking systems across a wide range of applications in the UK. The space will be perfect for sales training sessions, events and customer meetings. It will also serve as an area for testing equipment and a flexible working space for the sales team.”
The new demonstration area features many of Macsa ID UK’s latest coding and marking systems from its diverse product portfolio for the automotive, aerospace, defence, packaging, food, personal care and pharmaceutical industries.
Macsa ID UK equipment on display in the demonstration room includes laser machines, continuous ink jet printers, thermal transfer printers, high resolution printers, label printing and labelling machines and laser marking workstations. The company’s integra software and consultancy services are also highlighted.
Macsa ID delivers advanced solutions to meet the coding, identification and traceability needs of the manufacturing industry. It is one of the five largest international companies in the laser and coding sector. Macsa ID is supported by a sales and service network that spans more than 80 countries and has direct offices in Spain, China, Malaysia and now the UK.
Macsa ID’s head office is located in Barcelona, Spain and is the only Spanish company that manufactures laser marking equipment. The company invests more that 8% of its revenues in R&D annually to maintain its position as a technological leader in the market.
In 2017, Macsa ID achieved double digit growth for the 9th consecutive year and is on target to do the same in 2018.