Many pharmaceutical products such as syringes, vials, ampoules or combination products require gentle handling to prevent transport damages. Bosch Packaging Technology and German folding cartons manufacturer August Faller KG have developed an innovative packaging style completely based on carton board. This offers the pharmaceutical industry a sustainable secondary packaging system with the flexibility of handling various products and at the same time providing improved safety.
Optimal protection, easy handling
Eco│Save│Pack is a carton tray with product-adapted inlays. Due to its chambered design, the inlays provide optimal protection. Inside the package the product is literally floating. It can be locked in place by clips, which prevents shifting and mutual contact. The reclosable, folded carton and the easy removal of the product from the inlay ensure a convenient handling of the packaging. The single packaging material makes the usage of a plastic tray and subsequently a thermoforming machine obsolete. Compared to topload and blister packaging, Eco│Save│Pack has many advantages. Due to higher flexibility of this technology, long-term cost savings in several areas can be achieved.
Unique system for folding cartons
Eco│Save│Pack is produced on the horizontal cartoning machine CUT 120. Depending on the project, single, multiple or combination packaging can be processed. The machine can be easily retrofitted for new applications. Due to its very narrow construction, the machine has a unique transportation system for folding cartons offering a quickly reproducible no-tool changeover. Output ranges from 80 to a maximum of 120 cartons per minute. The CUT 120 is currently operating at more than 200 production sites. It provides a flexible and future-proof solution. With Eco│Save│Pack, different products or combination packages can be packaged on the same line. Track & Trace can be integrated into the line as a complete unit.
Eco│Save│Pack will be on show at Achema, June 18 ‒ 22, Hall 3.1, Booth C70.
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