W&H to focus on Packaging 4.0 at interpack

Hall 15, Stand C41

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The W&H Topas which will be on dispaly at interpack 2017

Windmöller & Hölscher will continue to focus on the concept of Packaging 4.0 at interpack. “We will show how intelligent machines, integrated processes and intuitive handling are already increasing efficiency and flexibility of the production,” explains Peter Steinbeck, CSO. The TOPAS line which is on display at its stand in Hall 15, Stand C41 at interpack, will demonstrate how an intelligent machine with integrated data exchange along the process chain can even boost the proven best-in-class performance of W&H FFS-machines.

The right sack concept, whether it is FFS, woven or valve sack, tailored to specific needs, offers a competitive advantage in price, quality and efficiency. W&H-experts will inform about the different options made possible by W&H converting lines and how they have a strong impact on the efficiency of the production.

“Our understanding of the whole process chain provides valuable knowledge to achieve the maximum quality in our customers’ production”, says Jürgen Vutz, CEO. “Visitors will benefit from the know-how of our experts from extrusion, printing and converting departments at interpack.”

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