HORNOS INDUSTRIALES PUJOL announces the acquisition of the glass division of the Italian company TEKNOKILNS. which completely ceases its activity. The agreement contemplates the incorporation of the entire client portfolio, as well as the services, know-how and engineering for the manufacture and development of thermal tempering furnaces of the Italian company. Which will be manufactured entirely in the production plant that PUJOL has in Barcelona (Spain)
This important movement also means covering a gap in its product portfolio with a new offer that to date had no proposal in its portfolio, and will allow PUJOL to position itself as a preferred partner in the market in the manufacture of transformation solutions of safety glass, both for laminated glass and tempered glass, with which all customers can count on PUJOL as an integral partner to cover their production needs.
In the case of models with a single chamber, heating will be carried out by means of preheated air circulating inside the oven, this will lead to significant savings in operating costs, in addition to provide better performance, greater temperature uniformity and higher optical quality of the end product.
The new oven will have 3 basic measurements between 3,600 x 1,500 / 4,500 x 2,500 / 6,000 x 3,200 meters.
Jorge Pujol CEO of PUJOL affirms “This new acquisition, together with PUJOL’s centuries-old tradition and experience in the development of ovens, reinforces our commitment as a company to our customers to offer them a reliable and advanced product. We are following our “Road Book 2020” which we were forced to pause and review due to the COVID pandemic, but now we are back to cruising speed that has always differentiated us as a leading and innovative company”
For his part, Joaquín Pujol, commercial director of PUJOL remarked “We are fully satisfied to close a new circle, which surely will not be the last within our Plan. Our customers will benefit from a product and a global offer with a high technological value that will allow them to gain in competitiveness and service.”