Polystar (Taiwan) recognized as a top choice for plastic recycling machine after K show
Strong representation in major markets
At Polystar's booth during K show, clients were able to speak to Polystar's representatives from its main markets such as India, Russia and Mexico, who were present at Polystar's stand the entire time. "Our agents around the world is a key to our steady business growth, " said Wallace Lin, General Manager of Polystar. " They represent Polystar in their countries and they must provide the whole package besides selling machines --- installation, after-sale service, maintenance and even knowledge of production to the customers. We share a common goal and believe that in-time and comprehensive after-sale services is the only way to establish Polystar as a premium brand in the market."
"We have a strong service team in Russia, said Andrey Khabibulin of Evropolimer, who represents Polystar in the area. In addition to having a warehouse for Polystar spare parts, we travel through Russia periodically with our technician to check on the machines."
"Every year we are selling around 10 recycling lines to Russia plus twenty blown film machines. This requires a good service team to follow through," said Aria Chen, Polystar's sales manager who handles the Russian market.
Worldwide Polystar representatives were present at Polystar's stand during the exhibition
Top Choice for Plastic Recycling Machine
The fast-growing Taiwanese manufacturer recorded an impressive new record, selling 12 cutter-integrated recycling machines at the show alone, despite the fact that it exhibited in K for the first time. The trend of an increasing amount of order started before the trade fair and has continued since then.
The demo machine at the show, which was sold and delivered to UK (Great Britain), drew great attention from customers around the world. New projects have already begun for clients from Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Hungary, Portugal, Lithuania, Egypt, Venezuela, Mexico, Kenya, India, Indonesia, and the United States.
K 2013 assured Polystar's strong position as a top competitor in the global market.
Open Discussion at K Show
All the way through the exhibition, customers were able to share and exchange information with one another. One was able to find and talk to users of Polystar's recycling machines to obtain more references and have their questions answered. For example, a producer of EPS foam in Norway was able to share his experience on recycling EPS with another maker from Saudi Arabia. Most of these returning Polystar users, among them there are industrial leaders from different parts of the world, came back to purchase their second and third recycling lines. As the previously acquired Polystar machines have helped their business grow, they were willing to tell their stories to the new Polystar buyers. Some knowledge of recycling and know-how was also exchanged between Polystar users on processing different types of waste material.
Video presentation of Polystar during K show 2013
About the Recycling Machine
The Polystar HNT-V, which was shown at the exhibition, stood out for its cost-effectiveness.
The ROI (return on investment) of this machine has been proven to be less than a year. The high-efficiency, one-step recycling machine HNT-V eliminates the need for pre-cutting the material, requires less space and energy consumption while producing high quality plastic pellets at a productive rate.
Since 2012, Polystar has installed 70 cutter-integrated recycling lines around the world, over 100 lines have been sold. In addition to having experience with film recycling machinery, another advantage of Polystar is that is also produce blown film extrusion machines. This opportunity gives Polystar the leverage to work even closer with its customers and to better understand their needs. From constant customer feedback and information on new market trends, Polystar is able to modify and re-engineer its recycling machines to be more efficient, user-friendly, and durable to stay competitive in the market.
The future is "now" for Polystar. With the upcoming 2014 China Plas and Taipei Plas, Polystar will be showing two newly-developed recycling systems. Furthermore, a new testing facility, planned to open in 2014, will be dedicated to test runs along with complete recycling systems on display.