August 21, 2015

21/08/2015: Strategic cooperation between IMAS and Maxtex

IMAS Machinery and well-known Southeast Asian machine manufacturer Maxtex have recently started a strategic cooperation. IMAS will be the sole agent for Maxtex in Turkey and Maxtex will be the sole agent for IMAS in SE Asia.
Ittifak Holding’s machine manufacturer company IMAS (Integrated Machinery Systems) has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the well-known Southeast Asian machine manufacturer Maxtex Engineering Corporation. According to this agreement, IMAS will be the sole agent for Maxtex’s Maxsort optical colour sorters, whereas Maxtex will be the sole agent for IMAS’s Milleral flour milling machines and turn-key milling projects, which include but are not limited to projecting, diagrams, silos and steel construction buildings. Maxtex is very experienced in the grain colour-sorting sector and by adding its Maxsort products to its product portfolio, IMAS will be offering more options to its customers.

Mustafa Ozdemir, IMAS General Manager, said that they want to be the solution partner in the grain cleaning and milling sector by extending their cooperation to companies in the sector.

“I hope the agreement we have made with Thai machine manufacturer Maxtex will be beneficial for our company and our group. I think that the cooperation of two companies active in similar sectors and strong in aftersales service will give positive results in a very short time. We have a trade network that reaches to nearly all parts of the world and we have a detailed database. We have carried our technologies to 70 countries in five continents. Last year we delivered a 4600-ton per day grinding capacity through 14 turnkey projects and individual machinery and equipment sales. Maxtex Company also has a considerable market share in its sector. We will make combined marketing activities and increase our growth rate by using the synergy that will form out of the two sales networks.”

Studies into increasing their international network - especially through sales- and aftersales service-oriented cooperation opportunities - are ongoing, he added.

About IMAS Makina Sanayi AS
Having started operations in 1989 in a 300 sqm area, IMAS Makina now operates in a closed area of 10,300 sqm but will move to a new 26,000 sqm site at the end of 2015. With a presence in 70 countries, the company offers turnkey grain milling projects and individual machines under the Milleral brand, turnkey feed milling machines and systems under the Viteral brand and horizontal bandsaw machines for metal cutting under the Cuteral brand.

About Maxtex Engineering Corporation

Maxtex Engineering Co, Ltd was established in 1996 by Mr Tripop Boonmuan, the owner and the president of Maxtex Group. The company's customer service department has been recognised by the industry with five international awards (in 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004 and 2005) for excellence in marketing and service.

Maxtex is a company based in Thailand, providing fast and efficient customer service using state-of-the-art technologies to support customers using their optical colour sorters. Their expertise in the area of processing machines, especially of the optical colour sorter, provides customers with the highest benefit from their investment.

Visit the IMAS site HERE

And the Maxtex site HERE.

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