Bosch’s SVE 2520 DZ

Vertical bagger with Doy Zip

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The SVE 2520 DZ produces up to 100 high quality Doy Zip bags a minute, allowing for high return on investment

Nut, chocolate and confectionery manufacturers can refresh their brands and increase shelf appeal without compromising production efficiency with Bosch Packaging Technology’s new SVE 2520 DZ – a vertical bagger with Doy Zip functionality. The SVE 2520 DZ combines a small footprint of only 6 square metres with the high speed of up to 100 Doy Zip bags a minute. Continuous motion coupled with a zipper applicator ensures high speed. Higher output per square meter compared to alternative solutions results in lower cost for a bag and a higher return on investment.

“Bosch re-engineered the vertical form, fill and seal machine based on the well-proven SVE platform to give manufacturers the branding potential of high-quality Doy Zip bags with minimal footprint,” said Patrick Lagarde, engineering and design manager at Bosch Packaging Technology.

Doy Zip bags help drive greater visibility and consumer preference for food products at the point-of-sale. The bag’s standability, protection of contents for future consumption as well as easy opening and reclosing features further contribute to consumer convenience. “Doy Zip from Bosch helps brands stand out on the shelf and opens up new opportunities to meet consumer demands today and tomorrow,” Lagarde said.

The SVE 2520 DZ produces seven different bag styles – pillow, gusseted, block bottom, corner seal, full corner, 3-sided as well as doy. SVE technology enables easy operation and maintenance, while changeovers from pillow to Doy Zip take as little as 45 minutes.

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