Alipack has introduced the Trito 50 label applicator head. It is an automatic self-adhesive label applicator which can be combined with an existing production line. The unit is suitable for the application of labels onto flat or slightly irregular products.
Visy has entered into an official licensing and technology agreement with Graham Packaging Company.The broad-based licence and technology agreement will provide Visy with access to Graham Packagingâ€™s plastics packaging technology, design and manufacture.
GS1 New Zealand is bringing two leading authorities on bar code symbology to New Zealand. Bar code symbology will be a retail standard with effect from January 2010.
The Krones Wrapapac wraparound machine has an output of up to 80 cycles a minute. To ensure enhanced operational dependability, the redesigned Wrapapac WT dispenses with what in most cases used to be mechanically synchronised drive units. Where one central motor used to transmit the power via chains and gearwheels, decentralised servomotors are now being used. Service and operator sides have also been kept rigorously separate. There are no more drives at all on the operator's side. A higher construction for the machine frame improves access for the operator. Design enhancements render the changeover process from one pack to another more reliable, faster and accurately reproducible.
The Sealpac 800 line is suitable for the packaging of fresh or deep-frozen ready-to-serve meals. The automatic, flexibly adjustable tray stacker SP-DA-2 ensures improved productivity and hygiene. In addition, the trays can be changed easily without additional adjustment and alignment work, permitting the use of challenging tray shapes, which can be easily changed.
By purposefully upgrading its applications engineering capabilities, with multifaceted options for customised testing and consultancy, Krones' labelling plant can offer its clients specifically tailored solutions to their problem
Consumers have a basic right to know what they are purchasing. They need information so that they can make informed decisions. But when does enough information become too much?
As food companies are demanding more flexibility and reliability from their packaging lines, modular equipment designs, space efficiency, ease of cleaning, and the ability to handle multiple package sizes and products have become key considerations when selecting packaging equipment.