Futura presented at the Cutting Edge Exhibition in Bristol

VITTORIO VENETO,
Futura, but also Speed and Easy were very successful at the Cutting Edge Exhibition in Bristol

Futura and other Silca’s innovative products are presented at the Bristol Cutting Edge Exhibition receiving great response.

Visitors of the Cutting Edge Exhibition, which took place in Bristol last 2nd March, marveled and expressed their appreciation of Futura, Silca’s brand new ground-breaking, tablet-integrated electronic key cutting machine for flat, laser, dimple and cruciform keys.
Silca’s latest key cutting machine represents the forefront of technology applied to the key cutting business and was, rightly, at the centre-stage of the exhibition realized by Charles Birch, Silca’s authorized distributor for the shoe repair trade in the UK.
Also mechanical key cutting machines garnered praise from customers and visitors alike: in particular, Speed, the compact, though highly-performing machine for flat, vehicle and cruciform keys, and Easy, the user-friendly machine for dimple keys with flat cuts and laser keys, were very successful.
In the past few years, Silca has strongly invested in researching and developing cutting-edge products and services and has paid much attention to the automotive business, a fast-growing market with worldwide perspectives.
In this segment, Silca has recently launched an innovative solution for the duplication of vehicle keys: GTI, the first programmable glass transponder, which received as well a lot of attention from the specialist visitors of the Cutting Edge Exhibition along with the new Flip Keys, Empty Shell Keys and Silca Look A-like transponder keys.
All in all it was a great success.

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