16.02.2016     |     Exhibitions and Plastic Processing Machines

Romi participates at PlastImagen strengthening its presence in the Mexican market

The Company will attend again one of the most important business forums for the plastics industry in Latin America.

Santa Bárbara d’Oeste, February, 2016 – Romi, the Brazilian leader in the industrial equipment market, with 85 years of history and over 150,000 machines installed around the world, will proudly participate in the most important plastics processing exhibition held in Mexico.

PlastImagen will be held between 8 and 11 March, at Centro Banamex, located in Mexico City. The event will bring together more than 850 companies, which will present the latest products, technologies and solutions for the Latin American market of plastic processing. The organization is counting on more than 30 thousand visitors during the four days in which the exhibition happens.

Romi will be looking forward to meet new customers, especially in the automotive and household markets, with plastics processing machines, and mold and die and oil markets with machine-tools.

Recognized internationally for the quality, technology and reliability of its products and services, Romi is excited about the Mexican market as has much to contribute to the development of local industry. “We have all the requests to overcome the competitors, either in quality, price or technology. We offer the necessary technical support, advising our clients on the best application of the products, both machine tools and plastics processing machines.” says Luiz Cassiano Rosolen, Romi’s Chief Executive Officer.

Besides having a subsidiary in Mexico, Romi has the support of a local dealer for machines and spare parts sales and services in Mexico.

Exporting capital goods since 1944, Romi has extensive experience supplying machines worldwide whilst offering local support on sales and service through its subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, the United States and Mexico, as well as representatives in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.