Daesan Inotec, a Korean company, enters the domestic market upon the launch of a smart hoist product
– Launching in the domestic market with a stepless speed control function patented in three countries, modern design and high-performance smart product
– Providing smart hoists for domestic companies to localize, they’re expected to increase work efficiency and satisfaction
Seoul, Korea, February 13, 2023 – (SEAPRWire) – Daesan Intec (CEO Kang sung-won), a Korean manufacturer of lifting equipments, announced on the 00th that it would enter the domestic market in earnest as they’re launching a smart hoist product.
Hoist is an essential device to increase work efficiency in industrial sites, mainly installed on the ceiling or crane and is used to transport products. The demand for hoists is currently increasing worldwide.
Daesan Inotec has been in business for 23 years, has about 20 patents and model utility rights both in Korea and overseas. It is a leading company in Korea as it’s recognized for its technology and quality, and has obtained various certifications such as ISO9001, ISO14001, KCS mark, S mark, European safety standard CE mark and UL.
Daesan’s been exporting manual and electric hoists to 30 countries around the world, including the United States, Switzerland, China and Singapore, and is recognized for its global competitiveness through their continuous R&D and investment in and for facilities.
The smart hoist launched in the domestic market recently is a product that can be used in various work environments with its modern design and high performance quality.
In particular, the stepless speed control function patented in three countries (Korea, USA and China) stands out the most. It comes with free adjustment of speed with variable speed control, which enables stable and sophisticated work, and strengthened durability by reducing the load on the product.
It is compactly designed to create and realize the minimum headroom among many hoist products launched in Korea, and it may even improve work fatigue due to low noise during operation. In addition, as the weight is reduced by about 50% compared to existing hoist products, it got much easier to transport and install.
It may be equipped with a variety of traction tools such as top hooks, top hangers for light rails, and connectors for trolley coupling, so that it can be used according to the desired purpose of users. Also, produced items vary from 125kg, 250kg and to 500kg, which shorten operation time as much as possible to increase work efficiency.
Daesan Inotec explains, “We go beyond just providing products with basic specifications. We possess the technology to manufacture customized products that meet the various needs of users, so it will be suitable for use by local companies here.”
CEO Kang Sung-won says, “Our products have been recognized for their quality of technology, and are supplied not only to leading industrial sites such as overseas construction of conglomerates, heavy industry, shipbuilding, construction, and steel, but also to various sites including logistics warehouses, restaurants and homes. The smart hoist will further enhance the work efficiency and satisfaction of Thailand companies, that are growing rapidly than ever.” <End>
- Daesan Inotec’s English website address: https://www.daesaninotec.com/eng/
- Daesan Inotec’s YouTube channel address: www.youtube.com/DAESANINOTEC
- Daesan Inotec’s Facebook page address: www.facebook.com/daesaninotec
Company: DAESAN Inotec
Contact: Jeong Min Soon
Address: 32-32 Jungahn-Nonggongdangigil, Jungahn-myun, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea (32511)
Tel: +82 41 850 9718
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