Gala Industries, Inc. is in the process of hosting the 2007 Technology Exchange at the Hotel Roanoke. The conference started Monday, April 16 and will run through Friday, April 20. Seventeen countries are represented as companies from all over the world have come together to share and learn from experts in the field of plastics and pelletizing.
“We are delighted with the turnout at this year’s event,” says David Bryan, President and CEO of Gala Industries. “We believe this conference provides invaluable opportunities for learning and networking within the increasingly competitive plastics industry.”
Throughout the week Gala process specialists from both the Eagle Rock and German offices will be giving lectures on various topics on subjects ranging from new technology and market strategies, to competition and customer service. Specific issues covered include pelletizing systems, micropellet technology, engineered resins, etc. Daily question and answer sessions are scheduled as well as discussion periods for attendees. Gala has also arranged for on-site demonstrations at their company’s Botetourt County facilities.
Located in Eagle Rock, Virginia, with a division in Germany, Gala Industries is an employee owned company that has been in operation since 1959. They are a leading manufacturer of centrifugal dryers and pelletizing systems worldwide, and offer custom designed turn-key pellet production systems for thermoplastics, engineered resins, and compounding applications. Gala remains focused on simple and practical pellet production technology for today’s plastics industry. And after almost 50 years in business they have earned the reputation as a primary source for pellet production systems worldwide.