Brückner Group conducts pre-K site tour for press

National and international journalists were briefed about tech innovations and sustainability in digitalization

Brückner Group

As a prelude to the world’s leading plastics trade fair K that will be held at Düsseldorf in Germany from 19 to 26 October, the managing directors of the Brückner Group and the four management companies – Brückner Maschinenbau, Brückner Servtec, Kiefel and PackSys Global – welcomed the international and national trade press to the Siegsdorf and Freilassing sites for a preview on 9 June.

Throughout the day at the pre-K press meet, the expected innovations of all companies were presented, an overview of the current and future business situation of the Brückner Group was given, and insights into the technical innovations were made possible in the technology centers of both locations.

Karlheinz Weinmann, corporate communications, said this is a traditional event that they are conducting for the fifth time, where the German and global press is invited to give an overview of what the Brückner Group would be presenting at the K show – new line features, new machines, and new topics about sustainability in digitalization.

The visiting journalists were shown around the sites and briefed about different products, packaging techniques, machines, and how they work.

The presentation ended in the evening with a cultural program for journalists from abroad in a typical Bavarian way at a Bavarian restaurant.

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