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Bosch Packaging Academy Seminars

As a leading supplier of process and packaging technology, Bosch Packaging Technology has many years of training expertise. This know-how is consolidated under the umbrella of the Bosch Packaging Academy. Have a look at our brand-new catalog and choose from a large range of seminar topics from the product division Pharma. …more


Warehousing the digital way

E-Portal

The new E-Portal’s Warehouse module offers the possibility to manage the spare parts inventory in a very effective way. It also facilitates and accelerates the order process of spare parts for Bosch packaging and processing equipment. …more


A lot going on in the new “House of Kits”

Preventive Maintenance service

Just like a tightrope artist relies on a safety net, producing companies depend on a stock of suitable spare parts for their equipment. These parts make sure that the machines’ full performance capacity is maintained and that production runs smoothly without major interruptions. Yet how do you keep track of the large number of different wear parts? Spare parts kits from Bosch Packaging Services provide the perfect solution to have all required parts at hand in a compact, well-structured and timely manner. In order to provide even better support for customers, Bosch has bundled and expanded these services in the so-called “House of Kits”. …more


Hands-on sterilizer training

When manufacturing contact lenses, the equipment must meet strict sterile requirements. Manufacturers all over the world rely on steam-air sterilizers from the Bosch subsidiary SBM (Schoeller Bleckmann Medizintechnik). …more


New regional service hub for Latin America

Service Hub Latin America

Bosch Packaging Technology has expanded its after-sales services support in Latin America. The newly established regional service hub has taken up operations in São Paulo, Brazil. Bosch has a base of approximately 3,000 machines installed in this market. Many customers have their production sites in Brazil. “Bosch has already been present with service engineers in Latin America for several years,” Michel Jemael, head of services of Bosch Packaging Technology in Brazil, explained. …more


Bosch raises the bar for OEE

OEE Consulting Cadbury

The Coolock factory of Mondelēz Ireland depends on smooth processes and a continuous flow of production for its Cadbury Flake bars. “Performance was not consistent across all machines,” explains David Lindsay, production engineering manager at the site in Coolock, Ireland. “We worked on the Bosch packaging line ourselves but productivity was still not meeting our expectations. That’s when we decided to enter into a partnership with the Bosch team to address the issues.” …more



Revamped thermoforming machine for “Emser pastilles”

Emser

The German company Siemens & Co. packs its well-known “Emser pastilles” on a TLT 1400 thermoforming line from Bosch. When the thermoforming machine’s servo motor broke down, quick support was needed. “We don’t have a second thermoforming machine at our disposal and must be able to fully rely on this one machine,” explains Dr. Andreas Keller, operations manager at Siemens & Co. “Due to the rapid pace of technological development, electronic components unfortunately often have a short lifespan and are no longer available after only a few years,” Andreas Herrmann, service sales manager at Bosch Packaging Services, emphasizes. …more


“Local is the magic word”

Walter Haecki

After four years in China, Walter Häcki returned to his Swiss homeland just over one year ago to take over the management of Bosch Packaging Services. Pack insights spoke with him about this eventful year and about his future plans for the after-sales service. …more


Safe, reliable and worth every cent: original components from Bosch

Spare Parts

While the demand for high-performance production machinery and spare parts is growing at a rapid pace, it also opens up new markets for product pirates. Even the most durable machine will require individual components to be exchanged throughout its life cycle, and it is no secret that counterfeit components are cheaper than originals. However, replicated parts have a much lower life expectancy and can cause substantial damage to machines and production lines, not to mention health and safety risks for operators. …more


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