Hagedorn Premieres On Packaging 2013

The hagedorn competent service provider for processing operations, packaging knives of different types and qualities are at the heart of the trade fair GmbH on the Verpackung2013 in Hamburg. The family business, the 2012 Schiller machine knife GmbH in Kurten took over and today is one of the leading knife service companies in Germany, is also the starting point for an extensive promotional and exhibition tour in 2013 with the fair. “Matthias Hagedorn, Manager and area manager responsible for the area of packaging knives: after we in the field of knives and cutting tools so powerful are never want to we this company and users also show.” Initially focused on the areas of print and paper, the hagedorn expanded GmbH in recent years its portfolio of blade solutions and services consistently. Today are also slicer and circular knives as well as diverse opportunities for industries such as wood, metal, plastic and recycling for the food industry, as well as diverse industrially oriented Packaging knives on sale. Offered blades can be used in all types of machine reliable and due to their treatment, in the long term. The use of coatings plays a special role. Because the targeted adjustment of the surface structure reduces the contact surface and raised a non-stick effect, this will prevent sticking all substances such as glue, rubber or plastic materials.

Special touches the competence of hagedorn GmbH is also reflected in different, highly specific cuts. Available options are here the special shuttle – as well as the lapping sanding, the Microfinish grinding technology and recently even developed MICROTOM grind that comes from the medical and there long for cuts when the investigation is used from frozen tissue. Hagedorn has adapted these special Gefrierschnitt for the knife technique. Matthias Hagedorn, son of the founder, and today with the Executive Board: through our innovation, our portfolio Knives and our services we are a professional supplier for all industries in which cutting tools are used today.