Exhibitor Interview: RunTaiKnives
We caught up with Kevin Chang, Deputy G.M. at Taiwan Knives Co., Ltd, in our next interview. They will be exhibiting at the Plastics Recycling World Expo.
They provide industry knives for the machines, allowing for customization. They offer different solutions, including solid knives and inlay knives. In recycling applications, inlay knives are particularly advantageous as they offer superior performance.
What do you think sets your company apart from your competitors?
We start from 1980. There are 43 years’ experience in producing knives. Customers can have different solutions from solid knives because inlay knives are much creative. Especially in recycling PET, films electric wire, our product already have good feedback from the market. And now there are two factories, one located in Taiwan and the other located in China.
Are there any new technology developments that your company is working on at the moment?
We are constantly researching new materials and processing methods.
What are the biggest challenges facing the industry today, and how can this be overcome?
New materials are being developed all the time, whether for production creation or recycling, they both need to be cut efficiently. Blades must be more and more durable, but the production cost of blades must be controlled within an economical range. We must offer high cost performance ratio products.
What are you most looking forward to at this year’s show?
We hope to communicate with users, discover problems, and find business opportunities at the exhibition.
RunTaiKnives will be exhibiting at the Plastics Recycling World Expo. Find them at booth B642.