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Vetaphone A/S

Corona & Plasma
Fabriksvej 11
DK-6000 Kolding
Tel:
+45 76 300 333
Fax:
+45 +45 76 300 334
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Company description
Vetaphone is the leading supplier of corona and plasma surface treatment solutions for all applications in the web processing industry. We offer reliable, user friendly systems guaranteeing high-quality, uniform treatment of both conductive and non-conductive materials, as well as local aftermarket services delivering expert technical support and fast spare parts supply.

Facts and figures

Head office:
Kolding
Date of foundation:
1951

Contact person

Alexander Stahl
Project Sales Manager

Tel. +45 76 300 333
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Preferred supplier of Custom Design Applications

12.01.2021 When Tim Burke and John Schultz established Custom Design Applications in Batavia, Ohio in 2010, they set out with one aim in mind: to design and build the highest quality products at the best possible value.
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No participation in major tradeshows in 2021

23.11.2020 Vetaphone (Kolding, Denmark), the leading manufacturer of surface treatment technology for the printing, coating, laminating and extruding market sectors has withdrawn from all major trade show participation in 2021. The decision comes on the back of numerous show postponements in 2020 and is an acknowledgement of the changed trading conditions brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Nu-Coat chooses Danish corona experts for pioneering UV coating line

09.11.2020 Tucked away in a quiet industrial estate in Cwmcarn, near Caerphilly in South Wales, is a small but fast-growing company that has set about revolutionising the sign and wide format markets with UV polyacrylate adhesives.
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Emerson & Renwick chooses Danish corona pioneers

22.10.2020 Emerson & Renwick, which was founded in 1918 to manufacture and supply machinery to the local textile mills in Lancashire, remains a fully independent and privately-owned engineering company, though its product portfolio is almost unrecognisable from the early days. What has not changed is its quest for quality, and this applies equally to the in-house capabilities of its machine shop and assembly lines, as well as the ancillary equipment it sources from outside specialists.
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Surface treatment for the extrusion market

14.10.2020 Surface treatment in the form of Corona is a well-known and acknowledged part of the printing, converting, and laminating sectors of the industry, - but it has an even more fundamental part to play in the extrusion process.
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The beating heart of surface treatment

28.09.2020 As with so many aspects of technology, the part that is on show is always the best known and attracts the greatest attention. Surface treatment is no different in that respect, but with Vetaphone (Kolding, Denmark), it is the beating heart at the centre of the system that is reported to set the Danish pioneer’s technology apart from all of its competitors – and that heart is known as the iCorona Generator.
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New sales manager for Asia Pacific

17.08.2020 Vetaphone, a leading manufacturer of Corona and Plasma surface treatment technology based in Kolding, Denmark, has appointed Holger Selenka as area sales manager for the Asia Pacific region, with a view to developing its business in this high-potential growth market.
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All done by remote control

24.07.2020 The current global pandemic has had a major impact on everyone and every business. Few industrial sectors have come under greater pressure than that involved with producing packaging for the food and pharmaceutical markets, where demand has surged and placed extraordinary pressure on a supply chain that is working under very difficult conditions.
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Opening of Test Lab to refine productivity and develop new products

17.07.2020 Surface treatment has come a long way in the 70 years since Verner Eisby, the founder of Vetaphone, invented and developed the technique that is now known worldwide as Corona.
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Regular maintenance is key

14.05.2020 With production equipment under increased pressure to meet the higher demand for printed packaging caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more vital than ever that it is kept in top condition to ensure maximum output. This includes every link in the chain, including surface treatment, as Vetaphone’s (Kolding, Denmark) Steen Clausen explains.