Packaging, labelling & coding

The advantages of functional labels

01 April, 2008

Tamper evidence, cold-chain compliance, authenticity and more can all be ensured with the latest functional labels.


Feeder

12 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Vibration Systems & Solutions (Australia) Pty Ltd

The latest feeder from Vibration Systems & Solutions claims to give the best possible accuracy when filling small containers.


Thermoform machines

12 March, 2008 | Supplied by: MULTIVAC Australia Pty Ltd

Multivac is introducing a range of thermoform machines with an extensive package of innovations. For example, a completely new basic design which simplifies and accelerates the cleaning process - not only for the visible component groups, but also for the internal machinery. Numerous constructive developments and new functions enable a further increase of machine performance, ergonomics and economy. The first model of the range, the high-performance R 535, is available.


Ultra-light PET container

12 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Krones (Thailand) Co Ltd

Krones has developed an ultra-light PET container that has a weight of 8.8 g for a 500 mL bottle.


Shelf-ready packaging

12 March, 2008

For retailers, the shelf remains the key interface with customers. It's here that consumers decide which products to put in their trolleys. 70% of purchasing decisions are made at the point of sale (POS)


Induction sealer

13 February, 2008 | Supplied by: Splatt Engineering Group

Enercon's Super Seal Jr offers a combination of sealing capability, portability and production flexibility from a small footprint. At 76 x 210 x 267 mm it seals everything from the smallest closures to 120 mm wide-mouth containers.


New questionnaire to collect allergen info

13 February, 2008

Food companies will find it easier to collect required information to meet the legal obligations surrounding the sale of food with a new product information form, launched recently.


Cold glue prewarmed

17 January, 2008 | Supplied by: Krones (Thailand) Co Ltd

When the adhesive containers are changed at cold-glue labellers, consumption usually shows an initial rise, since the adhesive is not yet at optimum processing temperature. With the Glue Dispenser from KIC Krones, the adhesive is warmed up to processing temperature in the pipes, and then transferred to the container provided. This leads to reduced adhesive consumption when changing the containers at the machine and, due to optimised temperature control, to a consistent adhesive quality. Within about three minutes, the prewarmed adhesive is ready, enabling the machine's operator to bring optimum-temperature containers to the labeller. Due to appropriate automation, handling is very simple.


Case packer/erector

10 December, 2007 | Supplied by: Walls Machinery Pty Ltd

Quin Systems and Endoline have announced the availability of a compact case packing and erecting machine, capable of handling 100 picks and 20 cases/min.


Semi-automatic shrink wrapper

10 December, 2007 | Supplied by: Perfect Packaging

Clear Pack has released the Model: LST 50 Super semi-automatic shrink wrapper, a machine consisting of an L sealer and shrink tunnel in a single frame.


IBM and OATSystems bring RFID downunder

14 November, 2007

IBM and OATSystems have announced that they will deliver the joint RFID solutions they have marketed successfully overseas to Australia and New Zealand.


Distributions systems

12 November, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.tnasolutions.com/index.php?op=contact_productinfo&lang=en

TNA has introduced ROFLO, a distribution system which claims to push product breakage and flavour loss to all-time lows.


High-speed 100 cpm case packers

12 November, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.hbm.com.au

OCME Srl and HBM Packaging Technologies have released a series of Altair Wraparound Case Packers which can reach speeds of up to 100 cartons per minute.


High-speed shrink-wrap machines

10 October, 2007 | Supplied by: OCL Packaging

The Powersleeve Evolution 4 high-speed shrink-wrap machines implement a floating sheath opening, rotary synchronised multi-blade graduated cutting, transfer of the sleeve by ejection and pre-positioning of the packaging by scrolling (simple, double, turned over or not).


End-of-line packaging equipment

10 October, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.hbm.com.au

A+F Automation, based in Northern Germany, is in the field of specialised machinery for complete end-of-line 'primary packaging' including shelf ready applications, for the dairy, beverage and food industries.


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