Latest extension of Sealed Paper Packaging portfolio on display


Bosch Packaging Technology will launch its latest system solution for stacking and packaging of cookies and crackers in pile packs at the upcoming Pack Expo Las Vegas, which will be held from 25-27 September 2017.

It features the innovative SPL magazine feeder developed for gentle product handling providing flexibility for different pack configurations as well as the new Pack 403 horizontal flow wrapper for redefined user experience. This system solution will be integrated with the Kliklok ITC topload cartoner, which combines three functions—carton forming, product loading and carton closing—in one machine with a minimal use of floor space.

In addition to the solution for stacking and packaging, Bosch Packaging Technology will showcase two new solutions for dairy, baby and pumpable food: the Osgood RFS series rotary fill and seal machine and the S-series linear fill and seal machine for enhanced food safety, various levels of output, compact spaces and ease of use.

Another highlight would be a new customer project to produce and package granola bars on a fully integrated bar system from processing to palletizing.

Addressing the topic of sustainability, the company will showcase latest extension of the Sealed Paper Packaging portfolio: the first dust-tight, sealed paper bags for dry food such as sugar and flour are now available on both Bosch’s proven VFFS machine series, SVE 2520 ZAP, and the PME ZAP mandrel wheel.

Also on display will be the new Human Machine Interface (HMI), featuring a uniform and intuitive navigation concept, with numerous I 4.0 features. Apart from new machines and systems, visitors can also learn what added-value our new Industry 4.0 solutions can generate for their production plant.

Bosch Packaging Technology will be at Stand C-2800.   

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