Packaging World attended HP Indigo’s pre-drupa event in Tel Aviv, Israel, March 21-23, 2016, to get an advanced glimpse at the company’s most recent digital printing press technologies affecting the packaging market.
Aerosols prove that sometimes familiarity breeds the need for greater familiarity
Fogg Filler’s convenient dual cap chute design reduces cap changeover time by 50% with the flip of a switch.
SILEFIN represents the connection between SILicone and polyoLEFIN.
Temperature control system is re-engineered with customers in mind, with a reduction in cabinet size freeing up floor space.
Gresvig (G-Sport), the largest player in the Norwegian sports and leisure industry, has implemented a fully automated warehouse management system at their primary warehouse in Askim, just outside of Oslo.
Reusable Cryoport shippers will reduce ProteoGenex’ use of consumable dry ice and save its clients more than 50% on shipping and handling costs.
The newest member of Balluff’s line of capacitive sensors is the Advanced Smartlevel, combining standard capacitive sensing technology and patented Smartlevel technology, and possessing the ability to sense solids and highly conductive acids and bases with the utmost reliability.
A cost-effective way to extend life and improve functionality for select Thermo Scientific metal detector platforms is now available via the APEX Upgrade; units based on the DSP3 architecture, currently installed in food and pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities worldwide, now can be upgraded to APEX electronics and software in a few hours for less than the cost of a new metal detector.
Brand owners Chobani, Land O’Lakes, and Pinnacle Foods will headline the program at this don’t-miss conference on all things automation and controls.
While everyone has IoT somewhere on their radar screens, its potential remains unfulfilled. Make no mistake, data collected from embedded intelligence is set to transform manufacturing.
An automated sorting and bagging system saves Partagec Inc. more than 15,000 staff hours annually, and by reducing manual handling it greatly reduces contamination risk.
Lighter, well-engineered shipper packaging can prove more protective and less costly for heavyweight items.
At The Packaging Conference 2016, three suppliers share new packaging technologies that address consumers’ growing desire for fresher products with longer shelf lives.
Barcelona, Spain-based wine club Viajes de un Catador (Travels of a Wine Taster) has introduced uniquely designed bag-in-box wine packaging that can be re-purposed after use as safe, eco-friendly fold toys for toddlers.