With 30 years experience in table moulding technology and globalized marketing strategy, Bervina has as much experience in basic products, construction and dual durometer belt constructions as its US competitors.
Budapest, Hungary (PRWEB) September 13, 2014
Bervina, a power transmission components company based in Hungary, has just announced that it has opened its LCC, office in Michigan. In addition, a company spokesperson noted, Bervina became a NIBA member over the summer. This was in direct response to introducing new products as well as helping to establish a brand identity for both the company and its products.
Thanks to the new locations, clients who work with Bervina will get faster service, along with products that are shipped from a domestic depot with United States invoicing and billing. Instead of lengthy transportation and customs processing as products traveled out of Hungary to the United States, customers will receive their orders very quickly.
The fact that Bervina would take the steps to establish a permanent and direct presence in the United States probably does not come as a surprise to the many satisfied customers who have worked with the company over the years. Since opening over three decades ago, Bervina has been committed to providing not only top-quality power transmission components with an ISO 9001:2000 quality control system, but also offering outstanding customer service. Bervina has also already been supplying several companies in the United States for more than 15 years, and its currently looking for new partners among both manufacturers and distributors.
“With 30 years experience in table moulding technology and globalized marketing strategy, Bervina has as much experience in basic products, construction and dual durometer belt constructions as its US competitors,” the company spokesperson noted, adding that the products’ dimension attribute range include both metric and inch profiles, and that the product range is very similar to other table mould manufacturers.
Bervina is also able to manufacture VFFS timing belts for many types of machines, including Bosch, Rovema, Simionate, Wolf, Kopas, Altopack, Kliklok, Hassia, Hastamat, Ilapack, VEMAG, TNA, Hartman, Sandiacre, and Hayseen. New sizes and constructions are available, the company spokesperson explained.
Anybody who would like to learn more about Bervina is welcome to visit the company’s website; there, they can read about their products and services.
Bervina is a family owned company based in Hungary that manufactures Power Transmission components with an ISO 9001:2000 quality control system. The company has been in business for 30 years. Bervina’s main product is cast timing belt based on its own patented technology. For more information, please visit http://www.bervinaus.com/