Packaging machinery maker Amut Dolci Bielloni, which is headquartered in Novara, Italy, invites PLAST-EX visitors to attend an open house at Olympic Plastics in Toronto, where a multi-layer blown film line will be on display. The company will be exhibiting in booth #2133 at PLAST-EX.
AMUT DOLCI BIELLONI will stage a live demo at the DRUPA trade show in Dusseldorf, Germany from May 31 to June 10, 2016 (stand 11/E39). The demo will show to the potential customers how it is possible, when changing a job, to minimize the scrap of the substrates to be printed during the start up. The Telia 8 color that will be shown at Drupa includes a new and an improved version of the FSC system.
This is how Mauro Drappo, CEO of the AMUT group, commented on the merger on 9 February that now has DOLCI BIELLONI operating with the new company name AMUT DOLCI BIELLONI. “Now two historical companies, AMUT and DOLCI BIELLONI can create significant synergies together and become a major player on international markets,” adds Drappo.
On Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at the Toronto Board of Trade, The Consul General of Italy, Gianni Bardini, and the Toronto office of the Italian Trade Commission, hosted a cocktail reception to welcome the new Italian Trade Commissioner in Canada, Ascal Bovaand to officially launch the Italian Trade Commission's newest book in the series The Italian Edge&nbs
Italian machinery maker Amut has acquired Comer Engineering, which manufactures sorting and treatment lines, to create Amut Ecotech. Amut says the acquisition will allow it expand its product range so will offer lines that can be placed upstream of its own products for washing and recycling thermoplastics. Comer Engineering is based in Maserada sul Piav, Italy, and manufactures equipment for sorting urban waste, plastics and E&E waste. Amut says the new firm has already received orders worth €10m.