Packaging, labelling & coding

Continuous melters

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: PTL

PTL has developed an effective range of continuous melters that have been designed to melt chocolate, compound, cocoa butter, cocoa liquor, butter and various other fats that are currently used within the chocolate, biscuit, snack and dairy industries.


Cup filler

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: HBM Packaging Technologies

German packaging machine specialist Oystar Gasti is entering the modular age with Combiseptic 81 for filling premade cups being extended to accommodate additional servo-driven dosers, sterilisation units and sealing stations.


Thermal ink jet printer

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: APS Lighting and Safety Products

What is claimed to be the world’s only maintenance-free thermal ink jet printer for coding and marking on both porous and non-porous surfaces has been released by aps.


Automatic inserter technology

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: tna solutions Pty Ltd

tna has unveiled an automatic inserter, designed to place singular 3D objects into the company’s robag 3 vertical form, fill and seal packaging equipment, eliminating missed inserts and manual labour.


Sealed jellied eels

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: Impact Automation Solutions

FR Bradley Ltd has purchased a Packaging Automation tray sealer to cater for a huge increase in demand for its jellied eels.


Produce carton

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: Orora Fibre Packaging

SureFresh, Amcor’s latest fresh produce carton that won a Sustainability Award at the 2007 Australian Packaging Awards, combines good strength with product appearance at point-of-sale and is offered as an alternative to returnable plastic crates, expanded polystyrene (EPS) and some non-recyclable wax-coated trays.


Blow moulders

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: HBM Packaging Technologies

Sipa of Italy has appointed HBM Plastics Technologies as its sales and service partner in Australia and New Zealand for its range of PET bottle stretch blow moulding machines.


Hot fill systems

12 May, 2008 | Supplied by: HBM Packaging Technologies

SBC Bottling and Canning S.p.a. of Italy has developed a Unique Hot Fill Technology, which is available via HBM Packaging Technologies. The equipment is specifically designed for products such as juices, isotonics and sport drinks, teas and soups.


VVF packaging system

12 May, 2008 | Supplied by: tna solutions Pty Ltd

The robag3 ttx, also known as the the 'twin configuration', combines two VFFS machines in a compact footprint, lowers utility costs and waste while providing high-performance packaging.


Resealable cans

06 May, 2008

Both aluminium and plastic cans can now be resealed by the consumer thanks to the Ball Resealable End.


Gentle packaging solutions

10 April, 2008 | Supplied by: tna solutions Pty Ltd

The robag 3 from tna is a complete accumulation, distribution and packaging system especially designed for the fresh produce market.


Form fill seal and sleeve

10 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Selpak Automation Pty Ltd

The Polyflex 8/48 (12/48) from Oystar Hassia claims a reduction in packaging material costs by comparison with conventional packaging processes. The inline sleeve applicator shortens processing cycles, minimising personnel costs, and the high-precision multi-die-cutting tool produces less waste


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.


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.


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)


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