DANOBATGROUP to exhibit at CIMES 2016 from 22 to 26 June in Beijing

DANOBATGROUP to exhibit at CIMES 2016 from 22 to 26 June in Beijing

21-06-2016 - 21-06-2016

DANOBATGROUP will exhibit the latest developments and technologies of its two product brands, DANOBAT and SORALUCE, at the 13th International Machine Tool & tools exhibition -CIMES 2016-.

DANOBATGROUP will showcase in Hall W1, stand A501, its highly precise, reliable and high-output advanced machines designed to meet the most stringent demands in machining, advanced solutions for the manufacture of high added-value components for the most demanding industrial sectors, and advanced services based on the latest information and communication technology that ensure maximum availability and support in programming, operation and maintenance of the equipment.

Latest technologies and solutions for industries such as energy, automotive, railways, or machines for kitchenware or silos manufacturing will be showcased on the booth, highlighting a turnkey solution for railways maintenance, a solution that consists on an automatic maintenance wheelshop for maintaining 100 freight wheelsets per shift, the SORALUCE FXR-16000-W milling boring machine, the new DANOBAT coil fed laser cutting machine, and a turnkey solution for the machining of gearbox shafts, among other developments.

DANOBATGROUP china will also held an event on the 23th June to celebrate its 25th anniversary as Chinese delegation. China has been historically a key market for the group, where it has operated since 1991 with an established local team of 30 people. With more than 600 machines installed in the country, its local experienced team is aware of Chinese customer´s specific needs, and perfectly aware of the European cutting edge technology used in machines produced by DANOBAT and SORALUCE, these factors enable DANOBATGROUP to offer its Chinese customers global technology with local know-how, service and availability. The key to the success of DANOBATGROUP in China is its people, without a doubt its most valuable asset in the country.