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Minebea Intec takes special measures to support producers in maintaining the supply chain

The outbreak of the coronavirus is restricting our world. One of the many effects of the pandemic is a global supply shortage due to increased demand for goods, limited production capacity and local import and export restrictions. Like any other company, manufacturers of food, beverages or pharmaceuticals must face the COVID 19 risk. At the same time they play an important role in supplying the population with essential goods. Minebea Intec, the global manufacturer of industrial weighing and inspection technologies, is aware of the urgency of an uninterrupted supply chain and offers its customers special support as a countermeasure.

Apple pulp wittily processed into reusable paper bags

In many well-known stories, the apple is a symbol of seduction, power and immortality. Whether as a nickname for New York, the Beatles' record label or the company name of the famous computer manufacturer, the apple always manages to be associated with the extraordinary. Even among fruit juices it occupies a leading position. According to the Association of the German Fruit Juice Industry, apple juice is the most popular fruit juice in Germany. No wonder that Bags by Riedle, a company specialising in paper bags and based in the region of the world market leaders Heilbronn-Franken, has also set its sights on the apple.

ANTALIS PACKAGING - Dealing with an unexpected peak in demand

We hear a lot about planning for expected peaks in demand but in the present environment it has never been more relevant. Antalis Packaging wants to reassure the market that it has solutions that are ready for these difficult challenges and that can keep products moving in the most efficient and cost effective way possible.

Bruns Kartonagen has further strengthened its market position with top technology from BOBST for folding box gluing

With 25 employees, four folding box gluers and three flatbed die-cutters from BOBST - among packaging manufacturers of this size, Bruns Kartonagen GmbH from Göttingen/Germany stands out with its technical equipment. With a new MASTERFOLD 110 and upgrades to two of its three ALPINA machines, the company has further increased its attractiveness in folding box gluing at the beginning of 2019. "One of our customers asked if we could give him a video on the high flexibility and production reliability of our MASTERFOLD 110. This alone shows how much this machine strengthens our market position," says Karsten Hunger, one of the company's three managing directors. With the same goal in mind, Bruns had one of his two ALPINA 110 folder gluers and his ALPINA 130 converted to the latest version of BOBST's MATIC controller, new drive controllers and new motors.

Syntegon Technology brings interpack booth to customers’ desks

Digital presentation of the latest processing and packaging technology and the new Syntegon Technology product design

After interpack is postponed, Syntegon Technology launches virtual booth
Digital presentation of the latest processing and packaging technology and the new Syntegon Technology product design
Syntegon Technology experts provide information about intelligent and sustainable technologies

"World of Material Handling" is postponed to 2021

The intralogistics industry event "World of Material Handling" planned for June in Mannheim has been postponed by one year due to the corona virus. "We would like to make a solidarity contribution to slowing down the spread of the virus," says Christophe Lautray, Managing Director Sales and Service at the main organizer Linde Material Handling: "The health of employees, customers and society has priority.

SOMIC will be the place to go for secondary packaging at Interpack 2020

There is no such thing as a universal cardboard packaging machine says SOMIC officials, ahead of exhibiting at Interpack 2020 (Hall 14, Stand A02), May 7-13 in Düsseldorf, Germany. The number of different products is growing and the packaging tasks for the food, non-food and healthcare sectors are increasingly varied. Thus, President Patrick Bonetsmüller believes there is huge potential for flexibility.


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