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Packaging industry

Filled with solutions for you

Packaging was born to deliver goods from producer to consumer. However, nowadays packaging functions go far beyond containing, protecting and preserving.

The current customer-centric arena, assisted by multiple technological innovations, has introduced communication, promotion and differentiation within its core functionalities.

These new requirements, together with cost-efficiency, light solutions, demand and the ever-present sustainability, have made us, the suppliers, adapt and evolve together with our customers’ new needs.

Nevertheless, our core commitment to the packaging industry has remained unchanged.

Thermo-forming, Filling, Sealing, Shrink Wrapping, Case Erecting, Conveying, Case packing, Palletising. These are some of the parts of your process.

These are our solutions for them, and the benefits for you:

  • Products & Materials compliant with your process – Ensure product & process hygienic conditions
  • High-speed & long durability – Keep up your productivity
  • Handling – Operate smoothly
  • Digitalisation – Achieve the best eco-systems of solutions to fit in the IIoT
  • Temperature control – Improve performance & reliability
  • Static electricity removal – Obtain final product quality.

We support you in every step of your process. We support you worldwide. We support you with our local packaging experts. They’ll be glad to discuss your application with you

Discover our packaging solutions

For more information on our packaging solutions check out our dedicated catalogue.

Joerg Dahlhoff | Strategic Market Manager, SMC Germany

“As most factories operate on a 24/7 basis, with production sites arranged in a continuous flow, from primary material integration, to processing, and finally, packaging, any component failure will generate a stop in production thereby costing the factory time and money.
The OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) can be substantially improved by applying digital predictive maintenance solutions, training operators, and maximising product reliability.”

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