HASCO Sets Up Hot Runner Division
Hasco’s Hot Runner division is now presenting its products under the brand name Hasco hot runner in conjunction with its own design and a high recognition value.
With 45 years’ experience and a large number of patents, Hasco plays a pioneering role in hot runner technology. The highly different requirements placed on hot runner products and standard components call for a differentiated approach to customer care, product management and order processing. A few years ago, Hasco took this as an opportunity to set up the Hot Runner division, which currently consists of its own team of 70 competent employees. Experienced plastics engineers, mold designers and moldmaking specialists develop customized hot runner solutions for individual injection molding applications and support customers from the product idea right through to the production of the injection molded part.
To highlight this competence even more clearly, the Hot Runner division is now presenting its products under the brand name Hasco hot runner in conjunction with its own design and a high recognition value. Hasco hot runner offers hot runner competence, made-to-measure product solutions, reliability, unique service and delivery speeds, and certified quality.
The restructured hot runner section, accessible on the company’s online portal, has been configured in line with the brand and has been supplemented by a large amount of information. One feature is the intuitive enquiry form, which can be used to submit enquiries for hot runner systems in a rapid and straightforward manner. Through its organizational and product-specific focus, the company as a full-service supplier of standard components, custom processing and hot runner technology, offers top quality and international service, all from a single source.
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