Storopack presents automated solutions for protective packaging processes at CeMAT 2018

Storopack will be presenting several new products for automated protective packaging processes at this year's CeMAT in Hannover.

At Stand C66 in Hall 20, the company based in Metzingen will be showcasing a range of systems including systems that automatically dispense the correct amount of protective packaging material for boxes, and that are easy to integrate into existing packaging lines. Manufacturers and mail order companies benefit from increased productivity in their logistics processes. The stand will also offer visitors the opportunity to visualize a variety of integration solutions showing realistic applications using augmented reality.

Highly Efficient Packaging Systems

Storopack's new automated systems allow you to separate packing material dispensing from the actual packing process, simplifying procedures and increasing pack line efficiencies. In line with the Storopack Working Comfort principle, the solutions are also designed to ensure ergonomic working, allowing employees, for instance, to detach air pillows with a single movement of the hand. Interested CeMAT visitors can also look forward to seeing highly efficient PAPERplus, AIRplus, and FOAMplus packaging systems at the Storopack stand.

The PAPERplus range consists of paper cushioning systems and the corresponding protective packaging materials for both smaller and larger, heavier shipping goods. Storopack will be showcasing a variety of machine systems and their integration solutions at CeMAT, including AIRplus machines, which allow you to produce air cushions for effectively protecting, blocking, and bracing particularly sensitive products in boxes.

Trade fair visitors can also experience the FOAMplus Bag Packer² packaging system in action which at the press of a button, produces foam packaging that adjusts to the individual contours of the packaged goods.

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