Auction closing date – 2 September 2016

Go-Dove invites bids for 16 confectionery wrapping machines in Baddi

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Mondelez India, in association with Go-Dove has initiated an auction of 16 FIMA Italy Sweet Magic Flow Wrapping Machines from Baddi in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Mondelez India, in association with Go-Dove has initiated an auction of 16 FIMA Italy Sweet Magic Flow Wrapping Machines from Baddi in Himachal Pradesh, India. The bids for these machines have opened on 24 February 2016 and will end on 2 September 2016.

FIMA confectionery wrapping machines can be custom-built to accommodate the type of confectionery or chocolate product or the type of wrapping required. FIMA specializes in primary wrapping machines with high and medium speed outputs suitable for large volume production capacities.

These wrappers handle moulded, coated and irregular-shaped products in a wide range of sizes such as bars and tablets, with aluminium wrappers, and/or paper, cardboard outer wrapper, twist wrapped, with single or double twists on top, bottom, or side, traditional style wrappers such as wallets, envelopes, bunches, fancy, vienna, neopolitan, gianduiotto. Innovative styles such as strip, paper cups, hollow figures, surprise eggs and wrappers with stickers can also be produced.

To know more about the bidding process and for more information on the machines please click on the following link: http://www.go-dove.com/en/events?cmd=details&event=611028&utm_source=packagingsouthasia.com&utm_medium=banner&utm_content=468×60&utm_campaign=611028

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