Huntley, IL (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
Custom thermoformer, TEQ Thermoform Engineered Quality announces several new facility improvements that will increase operational efficiency and safety, as well as reduce energy consumption.
These improvements to their corporate headquarters in Huntley, Illinois include:
The construction of a second ISO 8 level (Class 100,000) clean room designed to accommodate two state-of-the-art thermoforming lines.
The addition of a new Kiefel KMD85 all-electric servo motor-driven thermoforming machine, which offers improved process control, efficiency and safety as well as reduced energy consumption.
The acquisition of three additional, world class Kiefel thermoforming machines, with upgraded technology and improved process and material control features.
“This significant machinery and infrastructure investment will not only allow us to enhance our offerings for our medical device and medical packaging customers but will also help us to continue to exceed the unique demands and strict quality and safety regulations of that industry,” said Randy Loga, President of TEQ. “We are always thrilled to find new ways to enhance the safe and efficient manufacturing of medical devices and sterile packaging,” Loga added.
TEQ also recently installed a new eco-friendly Uniflex roof on their corporate headquarters building. This Cool Roof Rate Council Rated and Energy Star Certified addition will ensure lower energy usage and reduce TEQ’s overall carbon footprint.
Founded nearly thirty years ago as TekPackaging, TEQ is dedicated to being the leader of quality manufacturing in the thermoforming industry. TEQ’s commitment to continuous improvement, design capability and process control gives the company the ability to serve customers better than anyone else.
From design and engineering, through to state of the art technology, and attentive and informed customer service, TEQ ensures that every aspect of every project is completed with the kind of precision that has made us the preferred choice of many clients.
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