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Coster unveils the new website section of the Machinery Division

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Coster Tecnologie Speciali S.p.A. (Coster), a multi-national provider of spray packaging solutions and aerosol filling equipment since 1963, has announced the launch of its new website section of the Machinery Division.
Designed to be more interactive and user-friendly, with the capability of viewing the entire portfolio in just one click, the latest online page shows detailed information about various machinery typologies and features.
Located in Pero, close to the centre of Milan in Italy, Coster Machinery Division operates on a global scale. The division caters to several industries, including personal care, cosmetics, household, technical, and pharmaceuticals.
The Machinery Division product offering extends from semi-automatic machines, indexing machines and ancillaries, to fully integrated rotary lines.
Coster has a range of machines dedicated to the pharmaceutical industry as well, such as Bag-on-Valves and asthma inhaler valves (pMDI) filling lines.
In addition to designing and manufacturing tailored solutions, the Machinery Division also offers the following services: on-the-job training directly on the machine, technician intervention on-site, machine status assessment, programmed maintenance and spare parts shipment in 24 hours via courier.
Each Coster machine is developed under the European directive 2006/42/EC (Machinery Directive), which aims at the free market circulation on machinery and at the protection of workers and consumers using such machinery.
"We usually design customised solutions for our clients. On-site inspections, fully dedicated pre and post sales services, FAT also performed remotely are all steps of a standard path in our line development," said Pierpaolo Bossi, head of sales machinery at Coster.
"The new section of our website could help prospects and customers to get the very first briefed information and drive the development of their next filling lines."

 




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