Posts Tagged ‘sigpack’

Keeping it clean with powders

Sigpack VPF – a revolutionary concept for powder filling
Bosch introduces the first freely scalable flat pouch machine to the market at interpack 2017 (hall 6, booth C30). Thanks to the modularization of the dosing and cross-sealing units, the Sigpack VPF is freely scalable from two to up to twelve lanes. In addition, pouch sizes are easily adjustable. The new decentralized stock of product makes it possible to package different products, such as salt and pepper, at the same time on one machine. …more


Expanding the TTM Portfolio with the new Sigpack TTME

TTME

Whether in traditional or emerging markets – quickly changing requirements and the pressure to respond with ever more efficient, versatile and precise technologies have made automation in secondary packaging a must. This is why at Bosch Packaging Technology we have expanded our TTM toploading portfolio to deliver the level of quality and Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) our customers have come to trust and expect for an even wider range of output requirements. …more


Alcon and Excelvision increase productivity with Bosch

Sigpack

Pharmaceutical manufacturers often work with delicate components that require careful product handling. Ensuring that medical products arrive at their destination in perfect condition is vital. At the same time, demand for pharmaceutical products is on the rise. To stay competitive and secure new business opportunities, manufacturers need to bring their production up to speed – without compromising on quality. …more


Fast delivery secures Arla Foods big order

Arla Sigpack TTM

Arla Foods is a Danish dairy farmer co-operative producing a wide range of dairy products sold worldwide. In October 2012, the company was awarded a contract by a German private label retailer to supply premium cheese. This required swift action to set up a supply chain for two product sizes by integrating new, efficient secondary packaging equipment. Arla turned to Bosch for speedy delivery. …more


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