Interplas will return to the National Exhibition Centre (better known as the NEC), in Birmingham from 28–30 September. KIT Electroheat can be found on Stand B3 during the three-day trade show. KIT Electroheat specialises in heater bands, cartridge heaters and thermocouples for the plastics industry and OEM suppliers to a major number of European made injection moulding, extrusion and thermoforming machines.
As part of the group of companies Ihne & Tesch, Keller, Ihne & Tesch, KIT Electroheat is a traditional company that has existed since the 1930s. In addition to the founding companies Ihne & Tesch and Keller, Ihne & Tesch in Germany, other companies such as Keller, Ihne & Tesch in Austria, KIT Electroheat in the UK and Celtic in France have been added over the past decades, so that it is now internationally at home. Since its foundation, the group has developed steadily and adapted to market conditions and customer expectations. These changes have led to the group of companies growing together and working more efficiently as one.
The group then knew it was time to consider this change with a new, common roof logo. The visual fusion of the six locations illustrates the cohesion as well as the subject-specific exchange of knowledge within the individual companies.
With that in mind, KIT Electroheat will use Interplas 2021 to present its new, common appearance to the plastics processing and packaging industries within the UK & Ireland.
To coincide with this, KIT Electroheat decided to relocate premises in the spring of 2021 to a larger, more centrally UK based facility within the heart of South Yorkshire.
The move has allowed the company to hold a greater number of stock items, helping it be even more responsive to customer demands, and the potential to grow the business further in the coming years.