Plasmatreat Establishes Subsidiary in Austria

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Plasmatreat is further expanding its international sales and service network with a new location in Steyr, Upper Austria. "The steadily increasing demand and the growing number of our customers in Austria have prompted us to establish a subsidiary in Austria as well," explains Lukas Buske, Managing Director of the company from Steinhagen, Germany.

The new Managing Director of Plasmatreat Austria GmbH, Helmut Beinhakl, had already taken over existing customer support and new customer acquisition on the Austrian market at the beginning of this year. Beinhakl is now available as the first point of contact for all topics from activation and cleaning with open-air plasma to coating and the Plasma-Plus process, for example for anti-corrosion protection of various materials such as plastics, glass, metal, or textiles. As a sales and key account manager as well as a production and sales manager, he has many years of experience in the automotive, packaging and plastics industries. The company sees his specialist knowledge and passion for innovative products and processes as profitable factors for its success in Austria. "The environmentally friendly technology and the company's vision of shaping the future and replacing primers and wet-chemical pre-treatment methods in manufacturing processes, for example, made a sustainable impression on me and encouraged me to want to become part of this team," says Beinhakl, explaining his motivation for his new role as Managing Director of the Austrian branch.

"Openair plasma is generated using simple compressed air and electricity, making it a dry and environmentally friendly alternative to conventional surface pre-treatment methods. It helps to significantly reduce the global CO2 footprint and VOC emissions in production processes," says Beinhakl. "Subsequent processes include printing, painting, bonding or sealing, for example." Together with his customers and partners, the Managing Director of the new branch wants to replace environmentally harmful pre-treatment methods in Austrian production. He is also interested in developing resource-efficient solutions with plasma technology for these production processes.

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