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The France based association which initiated the industry white paper « Packaging Trends: the future of manufacturing », published in 2013, is highlighting the lastest innovations of 20 of its members amongst 54 exhibiting at the Interpack tradeshow in Düsseldorf from May 8 to 14, 2014.

From factory automation to solutions that answer new consuming trends in both food and non-food industries, these innovations cover the main topics of interest for all manufacturers willing to improve their processes.

In conjunction with the tradeshow, GEPPIA is also launching an online content platform that aims at providing state-of-the-art information on the process and packaging industry: http://www.packaging-trends.com

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Press releases Interpack 2014 - Process & Packaging Machinery - French manufacturers

  1. 1. PDF available for download : http://bit.ly/geppia-interpack2014 The French equipment manufacturers’ press releases Packaging and Processing Machinery: The French Trade Association
  2. 2. 1 BLOW ACB-HYDROLOCK ANEOLIA ARCIL ARP CLARANOR CLEXTRAL EUROCRI FARBAL PRODUCTION GEBO CERMEX HOLWEG Group KARLVILLE LUCEO MOM NEWTEC BAG PALETTIZING PKB PROCYS SG2C SLEEVER INTERNATIONAL STOPPIL TECNIMODERN THIMON THIMONNIER SUMMARY PRODUCTS HIGHLIGHTS TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS ANEOLIA LUCEO Thanks to 1 Blow, Hot Fill is now available for small outputs Innovation in continuous sterilization process Exos: a complete solution for packaging integrity control FFS conical cups by Arcil for Müller brand Packaging lines solutions Extension of pulsed light applications: claranor continues its development Clextral innovations to be revealed at Interpack 2014 Designer of complete lines for food industry Wrapping machines for large products A new version of the multi-function Flexicase® top loading case packer presented at Interpack A growing business thanks to its - Innovation and Creativity Karlville development: your shrink sleeve partner Vision control of food packaging: Luceo consolidates its technological advance Automatic filling machine type ALPHA 78 PR Time to chain PKB eko nail varnish: a machine tailored to low-budgets Creating solutions for dosing, handling, distribution and loading Automated handling and flow regulation system using clever belt conveyors... Environment First The specialist of packaging equipments for liquids Tecnimodern offers you solutions to meet your needs Wra-pal swing - spiral wrapping Thimonnier: innovation in flexible packaging Packaging Integrity Control: methods for leak measurement and detection Full optical inspection to prevent leaking packs and to curb food wastage
  3. 3. Thanks to this innovation, the production of 1000 to 6000 HOT FILL bottles per hour is now possible on a compact and simple machine: all process parameters such as heating lamps, mould temperature, stretching, pre-blowing, blowing, flushing are monitored on the touch screen. As they are manufactured on the same frame as the other 1 BLOW machines, the HOT FILL machines have a very small footprint and they are compatible with existing moulds, so that the investment is optimized. Come and talk with us about your PET projects on INTERPACK Hall 14 stand D01. This French manufacturer of PET blow-moulding machines further develops its range as the HOT FILL option is now available on all its machines 1XL, 2L and 4L. This new feature may be installed on new machines as well as an up-grade on all 1 BLOW existing equipment. Consequently this opens new potential markets for all 1 BLOW customers. 1 BLOW Thanks to 1 BLOW, HOT FILL is now available for small outputs 1 BLOW Workshop 35 rue de la Ravine de Glatigny 95280 Jouy-le-Moutier France E-mail: sales@1blow.com Phone: +33 9 80 08 20 70 www.1blow.com Olivier PERCHE E-mail: operche@1blow.com Phone: +33 9 80 08 20 70       14 D 01HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  4. 4. Two machines have been built for Mexican companies producing baked beans and ready to eat meals for the American market. Both of the Mexican producers were looking for a fully automatic process to steri- lize 200 pouches per minute. The challenge was to combine a newly designed holding system as part of the ste- rilizer along with the automatic loading/offloading of the pouches from the existing production line. The success of this innovative process was achieved in cooperation with a well reputed company specialized in 5 axes robot handling. The French manufacturer of automatic sterilizers, HYDROLOCK, has developed the first equipment to sterilize as a continuous pro- cess products packed in soft pouches. ACB-HYDROLOCK INNOVATION IN CONTINUOUS STERILIZATION PROCESS HYDROLOCK P.A de la Forêt 8 rue des Fontenelles 44140 LE BIGNON - France www.acb-hydrolock.com The robots pick up pouches from conveyors and place them accurately into the carrying trays. The trays are then piled up and slid into the sterilizer holders which clamp them and run the pouches through the sterilizer. After the full sterilization and cool down process the pouches are automatically offloaded and conveyed to the packa- ging area. This technology allows a high quality and consistent process without labor involvement as well as a tremendous reduction of energy consumption com- pared with traditional installations. Thierry RAMI E-mail: sales@hydrolock-sterilizers.com Phone: + 33 2 72 88 35 85 Mobile phone: + 33 7 87 57 19 85        06 C 09-5HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  5. 5. Good control of packaging integrity enables manufacturers to prevent custo- mer returns, and for the customer to avoid a bad experience with the product. Better than detection, leak measurement provides a quantifiable reference, which can be used to improve processes. This measurement, combined with seal strength testing,isusefultooptimizetheparametersofpackagingmachines:sealingtime,etc. Understanding that manufacturers need to be able to quantify the lea- kage of their packaging, Anéolia developed a unique solution: EXOS. This system is user friendly, and doesn’t require water presence in pro- duction unlike the water bath. While the water bath test detects only 30% of 75μm leaks (F2096 ASTM standard), EXOS can go down to 5µm. Furthermore its competitive price makes EXOS the most af- fordable system on the market at this level of performance. Exos system works on the principle of flow metering. A needle is inserted through the film and air is injected into the packaging. A relative over pres- sure is applied in the packaging (from 20 to 500 mbars depending on the packaging). If there is a leak, Exos will continuously inject air into the pac- kage to maintain the overpressure. This flow characterizes the leak rate of the packaging (ml/min), and also the pinhole size equivalent in micron. Exos can also be combined with the gas analysis O2 & CO2 for modified at- mosphere packaging. With this option you can combine gas analysis, leak test, and burst test in one manipulation. And you use only one package sample. Leak detection is a critical issue for industrial packaging. How can you control it? ANEOLIA EXOS: a complete solution for packaging integrity control ANEOLIA 19 Rue du Bois de la Remise 91480 VARENNES JARCY France E-mail: info@aneolia.eu Phone: +33 1 60 48 51 61 Twitter: @aneolia_abiss http://aneolia.eu/ Exos is supplied with complete tra- ceability software, and can be easily connected via its Ethernet and USB ports. Exos also exists in an automatic ver- sion: OXYLOS. Customer reaction: «The equipment is particularly user- friendly for our front line operators with easy to follow touch panel display. The built in mass-storage records provide quick and easy traceability on test results and trends.» Paul A., quality specialist for the world leader in snack food, UK. Etienne SMITH E-mail: export@aneolia.eu Phone: +33 1 60 48 51 61       06 C 10-3HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  6. 6. Packaging Integrity Control: methods for leak measurement and detection Food industries are constantly concerned by the correct preservation of food up to delivery to the final consumer. Their requirements concern: • Mechanical resistance (seal strength, crushing, …) • Chemical resistance (permeation to water vapor or gas, migration, light, breath, …) • User friendliness (easy opening, presentation of product, …) Technical specifications for packaging have to consider all these requirements: economical, social, environmental, but also food safety issues. Apart from food quality preservation, packaging participates to food safety. To guarantee food safety, the manufacturer has to control the packaging integrity, at least during the whole shelf life defined by the producer.Expected performances vary, depending mainly on product microbiology development over time. Dry products are for example less problematic than dairy products, or meat based products. There are many preservation technologies: • Vacuum packaging • Modified atmosphere packaging • Appertized products All these techniques meet the demand for extended product shelf life. But this extension can only be guaranteed by checking packaging’s integrity (leak detection, gas analysis, seal inspection…) The acceptable leak size depends on the level of preservation to reach. For comparison: • Virus size : 0.1µm • Bacteria : 1µm • Red globule : 10µm • Hair : from 40 to 80µm Various methods for measurement and detection are available to control the quality of seals. The most relevant ones are (ordered by increasing sensitivity): • Water bath test (bubble test) : - Detection limit : >75µm - Pros: non destructive methods, leak localization - Cons: detection capacity limited by water depth and pressure in the up chamber. No metrological measurements, lowest leak detection sensitivity. • Trace gas measurement - Detection limit : >30µm (dependent to time, and Package volume/Chamber volume) ANEOLIA - Pros: non destructive method, leak localization possible by acquisition of gas sniffer. - Cons: potential additional costs (CO2, He, H2, to be incorporated). Leak can be hidden by ambient pollution overtime, no detection in case of big leakage. • Measurement by package palpation instrumentation: - Detection limit : >50 µm (depending on mechanical resistance) - Pros: Non destructive method, easy to set up on line - Cons: No metrological measurements to estimate gas exchanges over time • Pressure variation - Detection limit: >30 µm (temperature dependent for long tests; film surface dependant) - Pros : non destructive or destructive depending on the packaging resistance - Cons: Leak measurement value can hardly be transposed in Pa.m3/s unit to evaluate the gas exchange rate (you need to know the exact volume of your package). • Flow through measurement : - Detection limit: >5µm - Pros: Easy to set up, real measurement in Pa.m3/s units, real time flow measurement, adjustable to every kind of packaging, can be combined with external leak sniffer for leak localization. Can be considered as non destructive if combined with the gas analysis test for Modified Atmosphere Packaging. - Cons: Destructive method in standard use, cycle time dependent on the volume to be pressurized. The choice of the accurate method has to be balanced between leak testing performance, test cycle time, and price of the technology. With a destructive method using flow through systems (expressed in sccm, or in Pa.m3/s), you can have a good estimation of the leak rate levels. You can in this case evaluate the gas exchange rate through the barrier film, and you can determine accurately your expected shelf-life. These measurements have to be combined with permeation estimation and gas analysis for modified atmosphere packages. The devices using flow through technology can help qualify other leak measurement tools that the industrial would have chosen. For the records, the limit of detection of water baths is a 30% probability to see a pinhole of 75µm (ASTM F2096).» 06 C 10-3HALL stand
  7. 7. According to Engineering Vice-President at Tara, Ronnie Sitton: «We have been making and distributing Müller’s yoghurt in Israel for a num- ber of years. We have a close relationship with Müller, which allows us to benefit from its engineering know-how on products and production lines. In conjunction with the design of the new factory, we strongly and urgently needed to expand our manufacturing capacity. We choose Arcil’s FFS technology for the produc- tion flexibility it adds and the lower costs it involves in terms of materials.» A premium conical cup for a premium product Müller’s product is a creamy, fruit yoghurt packaged in conical, thermoformed cups. The label made with glossy coated paper is applied during production on the labelling station based on Arcil’s patented rotary mold principle. The mixed-paper lid is heat-sea- led before the packs are cut into four, which favours bulk buying on shelves for families or personal consumption. The cups are then placed in a box by a Tecmapack boxing machine integrated by Synerlink, Arcil’s engineering department. The efficiency of the full line offers a production capacity of 20,000 cups/ph, including technical downtime. A machine for two products Depending on production needs, the same line produces two different pro- ducts in two cups with different shapes and materials. The filler is integra- ted on the FFS machine by Dosil, Arcil’s filling business unit. It can be steri- lized on site (SIP- 3 bars at 130°C) and allows for very quick production changes. This way Müller’s creamy fruit yoghurt is filled into a conical PS cup with a paper label. However, the line also packages a creamy dessert with a Chantilly cream topping in a PS cup with an OPS label, both of which are transparent. This is the FFS reproduction of the Moo cup, one of Tara’s emblematic brands, and formerly was a preformed product. For this project, Dosil developed specific filling nozzles to design the small Chantilly flower- like topping.Agreat success for the client’s image and in terms of product differentiation! TARA Dairy, the third-largest dairy brand in Israel, and its partner MÜLLER have chosen a Form-Fill-Seal (FFS) line by Arcil to in- crease the manufacturing capacity for yoghurt and desserts in the new factory in Netivot, Israel. ARCIL FFS conical cups by Arcil for Müller brand ARCIL 1 rue de la Boulaye 95650 Puiseux-Pontoise France E-mail: sales@arcil.fr Phone: +33 1 30 15 29 30 www.arcil.fr Time to market Ronnie Sitton is pleased in stating: «I can say that Arcil’s line was one of the ea- siest to launch in the factory. We are now in the situation of being able to increase our manufacturing capacity to challenge the two leaders on our market.» Dominique BOUCHET E-mail: dbouchet@arcil.fr Phone: +33 1 30 15 30 01 Mobile phone: +33 6 46 21 61 97       06 E 73HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  8. 8. Since the beginning, by developing original compact or bundled solutions, ARP met the specific requirements of its customers. Specialist in compact end of lines for the food and dairy industry, ARP develops tailor-made solutions for complete product handling, cardboard overwrapping, case packing and palletizing. If innovation is the driving force of the team, the control of installed machines and tools always comes with standard protocols and known resources support. Innovating but not being isolated. Creating but remaining close to the market. Inventing but always controlling. In 6 years, ARP’s solutions have been installed on agri-food SME and internatio- nal groups. Involved in many European countries and North America, ARP with a global control on mechanical, automation, robotics and packaging functions, ARP ARP Packaging lines solutions commits to a high efficiency end of line and reliability of its equipment. Packaging (wrap, clip…) and case packing (tray, insert, closed box…) ARP’s solutions on a complete range of traditional or new products (pre or thermo formed cups, bottles, sterilised products, flexible products) are based on clear and contractual involvements that prove the know-how of ARP. ARP will be available to study with you all solutions for secondary or tertiary packaging. 6 C 09-2HALL stand Press Contact AUTOMATION ROBOTIC PACKAGING 183, avenue de la Foret 36330 Le Poinconnet, France E-mail : secretariat@arp360.com Phone : +33 2 54 29 68 20 www.arp360.com Pascal PORTRAIT E-mail : secretariat@arp360.com Phone : +33 2 54 29 68 20 Attachment
  9. 9. Claranor delivered its 100th machine at the end of 2013. The French com- pany provides dry and non chemical solutions for inline packaging sterilization, based on the power of intense flashes of white light, pulsed light technology. Claranor will present during the upcoming Interpack exhibition a widened range Claranor will be at INTERPACK from 8th to 14th of May to present a broadened range of applications for packaging sterilization with pulsed light CLARANOR Extension of pulsed light applications: Claranor continues its development CLARANOR Chemin de la Rollande BP21531 Avignon cedex 9 France E-mail: info@claranor.com Phone: +33 4 86 40 84 60 Twitter: @claranorm www.claranor.com of products and applications, for drinks, dairy products manufactu- rers, and also other foodstuff sectors. The Claranor units efficiency has been demonstrated for a large range of plastic caps and cups, which represent 90% of the machine fleet. First machines for preform neck and aluminum lid sterilization were delive- red at the end of the year, and other projects are led for inline treatment of: glass jars, stoneware cups, tin cans, metal crowns. Decontamination results comply with industrial users requirements, and those applications open new market prospects for the pulsed light deconta- mination technology now extends to powdered milk, sweetened condensed milk and spreads packagings. The extension of Claranor range comes with a constant improvement of Claranor equipment efficiency. The pulsed light solutions are now able to replace chemical solutions on ESL fil- ling lines. Morgane BUSNEL E-mail: mbusnel@claranor.com Phone: +33 4 86 40 84 65        13 A 37HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  10. 10. This year at Interpack, visitors will discover on a larger area a new and wide array of equip- ment and technologies exhibited by Clextral on stand 3F42: - New twin screw extruder, the heart of Clextral’s food & feed production lines for a wide range of manufactured products such as breakfast cereals, snacks, crispy flat bread, ingre- dients and more in the food sector ; pet food and fish feed for the feed industry, - Custom-designed preconditioning system to optimize pregelatinization efficiency and en- hance the quality of finished extruded products, - New hygienic co-extrusion systems featuring in particular filling tanks with CIP capabilities, - Sugar coating devices for breakfast cereals or sweet snacks, - Bread croutons snacks flexible cutting system featuring easy changeover and cut changes - Advances in process control systems from single machine to entire production lines will also be promoted. Clextral will unveil innovations and new equipment related to its food & feed technologies and complete production lines offer for extruded products and couscous. CLEXTRAL Clextral innovations to be revealed at Interpack 2014 CLEXTRAL 1 rue du Colonel Riez 42702 Firminy France Phone: +33 4 77 40 31 31 Twitter: @ClextralTweets www.clextral.com The Innovation Corner will also be showca- sing new product developments and tech- nology improvements. Clextral keeps on leveraging its twin-screw extrusion techno- logy to extend the range of applications of this highly flexible and process-intensified technology. This year, the company will in particular focus on its sustainable solutions for protein fibration (meat substitutes) and for porous powder production. Its food process experts have indeed deve- loped a specific offer for producing novel protein products answering the consumer demand for tasty and healthier products as an alternative to meat. With its Extrusion Porosification Techno- logy trademarked EPT™, Clextral also proposes original solutions to manufacture porous powders with enhanced functiona- lities. This intensified drying-texturing pro- cess can be used for numerous food pro- cessing applications such as: dairy-based powders and ingredients, enzyme-modified cheese (EMC), high fat powders, heat sen- sitive products, protein concentrates, ins- tant drinks… More information on the innovations pre- sented at this edition of Interpack will be revealed progressively on Clextral’s web- site and our social media: twitter (Clextral- tweets) and facebook (Clextraltechnolo- gies). Aïda ROCHAS E-mail: arochas@clextral.com Phone: + 33 4 77 40 24 84       03 F 42HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  11. 11. Eurocri (BFR Group) owns a strong experience in the food industry Expertise accumulated over 30 years allows Eurocri to offer rational and clever solutions, combining technology and hygiene for any project involving handling, automation and robotics, in a wet or dry environment. Our machines are dedicated to processing conveying and supervising flow mana- gement of naked products between the output of production lines and primary packaging machines as well as between different stages of the packaging process. Eurocri designs, manufactures, implements and follows complete rocessing and packaging lines: •  Automatic assembly of sandwiches, burgers, Croque Monsieur •  Surimi •  Cheese •  Biscuit, pastry, confectionery •  Any kind of product in pre-formed stand-up pouches Skill all down the line ! EUROCRI Designer of complete lines for food industry EUROCRI 1 Rue Jariel-Zac des Longs Sillons 77120 COULOMMIERS France E-mail: eurocri@eurocri.com Phone: +33 1 64 65 11 71 www.eurocri.com The modularity of our range provides a bunch of solutions to connect packa- ging machines •  Transfer station, diverging, merging, buffering, indexing, robot • Straight and curved conveyors, pull nose, tilting, 45° end conveyor Since its creation Eurocri conti- nues to grow to offer to custo- mers high-performance and qua- lity equipment to meet their needs Eurocri is a leading company offering industrial equipment ensuring health, safety , and easy maintenance Health and safety are essential and fundamental concepts on which Euro- cri bases the design of its machines. All our equipment meets European requirements for safety, hygiene and cleaning. Easy maintenance: The kinematics of our machines is cantilevered into an IRIS frame separated from product area to allow full accessibility for main- tenance and quick removal of conveyor belts without tools. Marc JACQUIN E-mail: mjacquin@eurocri.com Phone: +33 1 64 64 11 71       08b G 40HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  12. 12. For over 40 years, Farbal specialized in film wrapping machines for wide dimensions products. Partnership with diverse sectors: joinery, insulation, bedding, cars, furniture… As French leader, Farbal designs specific and adapted solutions at optimized cost. Farbal insures installation, training, after sales services as maintenance, evolution. Automatic change of film width FARBAL PRODUCTION Wrapping machines for large products FARBAL PRODUCTION 5 ter rue Alexander Fleming 41000 Blois France E-mail: info@farbal.com Phone: +33 2 54 78 83 71 www.farbal.com Farbal proposes automatic machines: •  Fast or slow running •  Mutiple and flexible wrapping solu- tions with automatic changes •  Impulse or constant heating sealing •  High shrink tunnel return •  Rotating, switching devices •  Right angle drive, all conveyors solutions Farbal, not to have to choose between price and quality Gilles BAILLIF E-mail: info@farbal.com Mobile phone: +33 6 84 72 08 52       05 A 37HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  13. 13. FlexiCase® combines forming, loading and sealing functions to pack products that are difficult to accumulate into RSCs. Launched in 2012 specifically for the home and perso- nal care markets, the range is designed to optimise the threefold requirement of speed, footprint and packaging size range. At Interpack 2014, Cermex will be presen- ting version 2 as a world premiere. It is even more compact and integrates lightweight tooling and a new robot gripping arm. Even greater space saving, in terms of both footprint and height The compactness of the end of line is a dif- ferentiating factor for the industries targeted. The FlexiCase® range relies particularly on vertical forming to reduce threefold the space necessary for this function. In this se- cond version of the case packer, the sealing operation has been optimized in order to reduce the overall machine length by 1100 mm. The addition of a new compact robot to the Cermex range of gripping arms offers a significant advantage where low ceilings are a major constraint. Indeed, the new compact gripping arm barely extends beyond the ma- chine frame, making installation easier. More compact in all its dimensions, the new Flexi- Case® ensures the packaging line is aesthe- tically-pleasing and uncluttered. Lightweight, secure gripping tooling Depending on their shape, length and resis- GEBO CERMEX A new version of the multi-function FlexiCase® top loading case packer presented at Interpack GEBO CERMEX Gebo Packaging Solutions France Sas 5-7 rue du Commerce, CS 73455 Reichstett 67455 Mundolsheim Cedex- France E-mail: contact.us@gebocermex.com Phone: +33 3 88 18 38 50 www.gebocermex.com tance, plastic bottles of shower gel, sham- poo, washing liquids or detergents are han- dled using grippers, membranes or suction cups. The gripping heads, previously made of steel parts and small tooling, are now avai- lable in carbon and aluminium, in a beehive structure, reducing head weight by 30% on average, without compromising secure grip- ping and product integrity. This substantial weight saving brings addi- tional flexibility in the optimization of Flexi- Case®, which can work with lighter and quic- ker gripping arms, consuming less energy. - For an equivalent number of products grip- ped, inertia during loading trajectories is re- duced thanks to the lighter combined weight of the head + products, which contributes to equipment longevity (reduction in wear and tear). - For an equivalent payload handled by the gripping arm, the reduction in the tooling weight also potentially increases the number of products that can be gripped at a time, as well as increasing the speed. In addition, the mechanical design of the dual-axis gripping head safety mechanism makes it more sensitive to any collisions (machine stopped quickly in order to prevent damage to the tooling). A wider choice of gripping arms FlexiCase® offers a constant level of perfor- mance and precision, whatever the payload, the required work envelope or the desired Jean-Marc PASSEMARD E-mail: jean-marc.passemard@gebocermex.com Phone: +33 3 80 70 71 00       13 C 47HALL stand Attachment Press Contact speed, using a wide range of gripping arms. - A numerical axis gantry (AN), capable of handling payloads of up to 260 kg. - A new robot gripping arm, the ER20, manu- factured by Cermex, presented as a world premiere at Interpack. With its 2 combined polar and Cartesian axes, this new robot contributes significantly to ensuring Flexi- Case® ranks well in terms of speed, payload and layout criteria, as well as rendering the machine more compact. - A high-speed, compact gripping arm for light loads, efficient up to 30 cycles per mi- nute. - An externally-sourced 6-axis polyarticula- ted robot, for maximum flexibility. “The efforts made to lighten tooling have brought two benefits: improved coverage of the various speed/payload scenarios and the possibility of using a more compact gripping arm. If we also consider the shorter configu- ration of the sealing function, it is clear that we are offering a more economic FlexiCase® unit in terms of space, energy consumption and maintenance”. Jean-Philippe Béduneau – Key Market Di- rector for Home and Personal Care The new version of the multi-function top loading FlexiCase® case packer, fitted with Cermex’s new ER20 robot gripping arm, will be presented as a world premiere at the In- terpack show in Düsseldorf.
  14. 14. HOLWEG exists since 1889 when Charles and August Holweg set up a mo- dest paper business. Over the years, the company gained essential exper- tise in the paper packaging sector. At the present time, Holweg is leader in the manufacturing of high quality ma- chines for the production of Flat or Gusseted Paper bags, Heat-Sealed bags, high speed Sheet-Cutter and non-stop Slitter-Rewinder. All our machines are available in mechanical or full-servomotors versions through our Servotech range. (come to see our CTH1 Servotech machine live !) HOLWEG Group A growing business thanks to its Innovation and Creativity HOLWEG Group S.A.S.U. 11 route industrielle de la Hardt 67120 Molsheim Phone: +33 3 88 47 84 84 email: holweg@holweg.fr web : www.holwegweber.com Our CTH1 Servotech solution allows you the maximum productivity for a high quality product. The return on investment is fast thanks to our innovative module that slits and separates the main web in several webs and overlaps all with register. The performance is even multiplied ! Jean-Claude JAUFRET E-mail: jc.jaufret@holweg.fr Phone: +33 3 88 47 84 84 11 D 53HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  15. 15. Our SLEEVEPRO range allows to apply from 50 to 800 sleeves per minute through a bullet market proved technology. Reliable (continuous motion techno- logy increasing moving components life, high registration accuracy, tension sys- tems for smooth operation,..) and easy to use (fast format changeovers with saved recipes on touch screen, IP connectivity for easy integration, remote maintenance and troubleshooting …) ,these machine are today a first class choice for shrink sleeve decoration on all type of containers. KARLVILLE IS A GLOBAL MANUFACTURER OF SHRINK SLEEVE CONVERTING,APPLICATION AND SHRINK TUNNELS KARLVILLE Development KARLVILLE DEVELOPMENT YOUR SHRINK SLEEVE PARTNER KARLVILLE DEVELOPMENT 3 Rue Louis Saillant 69120 VAULX EN VELIN France E-mail: france@karlville.com Phone: +33 4 72 81 29 29 Twitter: @karlville www.karlville.com Céline SURMONT E-mail: celine.surmont@karlville.com Phone: +33 4 72 81 29 29      14 D 30HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  16. 16. At the INTERPACK trade fair, Luceo Inspection Worldwide will present the latest major development of its ThermoSecure offering for the control of sealed pac- kaging: a unique image acquisition and software processing system detects all types of defects in the sealing zone and reacts in real time to any sealing tool drift. Highlight the entire seal cavi- ty, with unrivalled contrast quality The new smart electro-optical sys- tem developed and patented at the end of 2013 by Luceo can be used to perfectly create the entire sealing seam. The contrast quality obtained by this system very clearly renders all the defects in the sealing zone: lack of sealant, bubbles, folds, bro- ken tray, presence of contaminant, etc. Easily interpretable images to make detecting defects more reliable A perfectly contrasted image, which shows the sealing seam in white and all the sealing defects in black, means that interpreting data is both simpler and more reliable. Luceo will introduce a new generation of optical sensors to detect sealing defects with complete certainty for food packaging LUCEO Vision control of food packaging: Luceo consolidates its technological advance in optical detection with a new generation of sensors LUCEO ZART des Perrières 35772 Vern sur Seiche France E-mail: contact@luceo-inspection.com Phone: +33 2 99 62 86 11 Twitter: @luceo_marcom www.luceo-inspection.com This allows the control unit to work at higher rates with a minimum margin of error. Real-time control of sealing tool drift Another function provided by the new generation of Luceo sensors is real- time control of the sealing seam width and detection of any shrinkage that is too great, related to sealing tool drift. In this specific case, the control unit is also able to generate a process alert that allows the operator to act in real time to correct the problem and thus anticipate the appearance of defective sealing. Carole BESNARD E-mail: c.besnard@luceo-inspection.com Phone: +33 2 23 27 64 52        05 E 26HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  17. 17. SEALING: THE WEAK LINK Sealing is a critical control point in food security that is sometimes difficult to mas- ter, so full inspection via vision systems tends to be required on production lines. A vital critical point Tray or bag packaging conditioned in a modified atmosphere is becoming widespread in our daily life in response to our requirements for freshness, extended shelf life or sim- ply practical considerations. The sealing of this packaging guarantees that it is her- metically sealed from the outside environment, irrespective of the technology used to create it. This sealing is both an essential safeguard against health risks, but also a link exposed to particular stresses throughout the product’s life cycle (crating, transport, and shelving). The slightest sealing defect is thus totally excluded as it could impair the pri- mary function of the packaging, namely to protect the food from the plant to the plate. A complex process to control Unfortunately, industrial control of this critical point is still relatively complex. Sealing defects generated in the sealing zone can actually have several causes: the main ones being contamination of the sealing surface during filling and sealing tool drift, which generates folds, bubbles or partial lack of sealant. These defects expose manufacturers to a dual risk: economic risk concerning the scrapping of whole batches if the process is not continuously controlled, but also a brand image risk related to the possible marketing of contaminated or badly preserved products.   Towards a «control all» requirement for the consumer and improved control over the process for the manufacturer. To eradicate these risks, manufacturers must make their control procedures more reliable but also save and store their data to ensure perfect traceability for the product. These requirements are driving the development of full control of the manufactured products that only vision inspection systems can perform at satisfac- tory rates. However, manufacturers will certainly not be happy with post-control of their products for very long and will be looking for solutions to improve control of their sealing process. This is why the vision inspection systems must go even further in the future and interact upstream with the machines to enable real time self-checking of the sealing tool. LUCEO FOOD SAFETY VISION CONTROL IS USED TO CURB SCRAP A study conducted by the European Community in 2010* showed that 39% of foodstuffs were unnecessarily lost each year in production plants. This initial estimate, which will need confirmation by additional studies, poses not only the question of the role that manufacturers can and want to play in reducing food waste, but also that of increased competitiveness which could be generated by minimising their losses. Scrap related to a packaging or label defect: unnecessary losses Today, the food industry cannot avoid considering the visual aspect of the product; the consu- mer is still too greatly attached to it. So it is impossible to avoid selection, and consequently a certain amount of loss, in raw materials. But as soon as the product corresponds to custo- mer expectations, any scrapping in the upstream packaging process is an unnecessary loss. So this stage in the manufacturing process must be the focus of efforts to prevent waste. Vision inspection: non-destructive inspection in real time The quality control of packaging is conducted mostly by statistical sampling. This type of control has two main disadvantages in relation to food waste: it is a destructive control as the samples taken will be lost, and it is also a sequential control that can lead to pro- duction being isolated for several hours, which must then be reprocessed or scrapped. However, with vision inspection, each packaging item is individually controlled and the de- fective products are removed one by one from the production line. Real time inspection also identifies any drift in the production tool and is used to act rapidly to correct the problem.   White zone control to allow for repackaging When the product is compliant but the packaging is defective: must it be scrapped? Unfortunately, manufacturers do not have the choice when the defect is noticed outside the whitezone.Thisiswhythevisioninspectionmachinescanbeadaptedandnowhaveahygienic designsotheycanbeinstalledmoreupstreamintheproductionline.Defectivepackagingcan thusbeejectedwithinthewhitezone,whichmeansthattheproductstheycontaincanbesaved. *Preparatory study on food waste across EU 27 - Bio Intelligence Service - October 2010 05 E 26HALL stand FOOD WASTAGE
  18. 18. This new kinematics tray dosing machine innovates in the field of powder dosing and granulate dosing. It is now possible to treat doses between 10 gr to 500 gr with a single machine. Equipped with servo controlled motors it can operate a high speed, up to 100 units per minute. The treatment of dust is particulary neat. Thanks to its small dimensions, its can easily be integrated in a fully automatized line. This model is particularly remarkable for its performance, simple operation, versatility and compact design. MOM AUTOMATIC FILLING MACHINE TYPE ALPHA 78 PR MOM 19 Rue Louis Bréguet 93421 VILLEPINTE CEDEX - France E-mail: contact@mom-packaging.com Phone: +33 1 48 60 11 70 www.mom-packaging.com Bruneau DERANGERE E-mail: contact@mom-packaging.com Phone: +33 1 48 60 11 70       06 C 10-1HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  19. 19. Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution, is heralding intelligent, networked production systems. This will mean more efficient, rapid and flexible work processes in companies. The new era requires changes in and optimisation of the value-adding chains of all pro- ducers in the sectors of cement, building materials and minerals, chemicals, foodstuffs, petroleum and gas. Standardising and modularising many individual process steps is required. HAVER & BOECKER is taking on this challenge and is welcoming visitors under the motto: “Time to chain” to INTERPACK in Düsseldorf, Stand D08, Hall 12, May 8-14, 2014. HAVER & BOECKER and its leading technology brands of IBAU HAMBURG, BEHN + BATES, FEIGE FILLING and NEWTEC BAG PALLETIZING conceptualise customised solutions for transporting, stocking, filling, packing and palletising cement, building ma- terials, minerals, chemicals and liquid and pasty products. At INTERPACK, HAVER & BOECKER will show how the innovative machine technologies of different brands can be linked together to form complete systems. This allows modules within the customer’s process to be maximised, or total systems to be newly defined and set up. “Time to chain” also means that it is time for new service concepts in the world of HAVER & BOECKER. Initiated by the fifth generation of management taking the helm at the fami- ly-managed company early this year, HAVER & BOECKER aims to mesh the linking of HAVER technologies more strongly with the success of its customers through new and innovative services. HAVER & BOECKER offers an automation platform that enables the networking of various process steps within the customers‘ production process. This allows the chance to optimise the entire product flow by using countless analysis possi- bilities. HAVER & BOECKER presents the FFS ADAMS® as a main feature exhibit. This Form- Fill-Seal system fills powder-type products – even those with difficult flow properties – into air-tight and compact PE bags. Now that the ADAMS® has established itself in the building products industry, customers in the chemical and foodstuffs industries are discovering its advantages. BEHN + BATES, the specialist in the foodstuffs sector, seamlessly integrates systems into the process chain of foodstuff manufacturers. BEHN + BATES introduces the INTE- GRA® system in addition to the ADAMS® technology. INTEGRA® technology allows Maximising the success of value-adding chains with HAVER & BOECKER NEWTEC BAG PALLETIZING TIME TO CHAIN NEWTEC BAG PALLEIZING 32 avenue de Suisse ZI Ile Napoléon - BP 256 68315 Illzach cedex – France E-mail: info@newtecbag.com Phone: +33 3 89 63 37 50 www.newtecbag.com dust-free and reliable filling of loose, bulk products into valve bags using the inte- grated Plug & Pack concept. Innovative palletizing technology is offe- red by NEWTEC BAG PALLETIZING. The challenge for the palletizing specialist is the production of clean and compact stacking of filled bags that is in preci- sion harmony with the upstream packing process. To represent the performance capability of the system, NEWTEC BAG PALLETIZING is presenting the 1800 pal- letizing series. FEIGE FILLING is now introducing new paths when it comes to filling liquid and pasty products. The new generation PAILFILL® will be making its debut at INTERPACK 2014! Thus FEIGE will be launching a variable bucket-filling sys- tem onto the market. The concept offers a high level of flexibility through the use of individual modular planning, an intuitive operator concept, and simpler possibili- ties for expansion. HAVER analysis machines, analysis sie- ves, and the revolutionary CPA technolo- gy are yet another essential link within the HAVER customers’ process chain. Exact knowledge of the product’s properties is critical for quality control during and after the process. And to allow customers to precisely measure the efficiency of their value adding chains, HAVER & BOEC- KER offers them a complete range of analysis technology. Marie Madeleine CASTRO NEVES E-mail: m.castroneves@newtecbag.com Phone: +33 3 89 63 37 56        12 D 08HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  20. 20. The advantages of the new machine PKB EKO NAIL VARNISH are: • cheap, • filling circuit - completely different from usual circuits – dedicated to the nail varnish and which, moreover, optimizes the circuit refill in order to counter the effects of elasticity and deformation of the product (thick fluid and small dose), • a solution suitable for the glitters because it allows a filling without damaging the glitter particles as well as a good distribution in all the bottles, Brands show high responsiveness in the development of new co- lors and new textures (not forgetting the many and varied glitters). It is why PKB has designed and launched the PKB EKO NAIL VAR- NISH, a filling and capping machine dedicated to this particular product and tailored to low budgets. PKB PKB EKO NAIL VARNISH : A MACHINE TAILORED TO LOW-BUDGETS PKB 1 route d’Orléans 27930 Angerville France E-mail: pkb@pkb.fr Phone: +33 2 32 37 96 32 www.pkb.fr • insignificant cleaning time, • quick and tool-free changeovers (less than 40 seconds), • output up to 50 bpm, • excellent value and fast delivery. Simple, reliable and economical, PKB EKO NAIL VARNISH is the per- fect entry-level machine, even for nail varnish with glitters, for emerging countries and all the manufacturers dealing with short runs. Christophe GUYARD E-mail: pkb@pkb.fr Phone: + 33 2 32 37 96 32       16 D 13HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  21. 21. PROCYS develops, designs and builds automated equipment for the food industry and specializes in the production and handling of bis- cuits, pastry, bakery and macarons (see our website www.procys.eu). We offer machines for the automatic production of macarons from shells either cooked on trays or directly on the oven belt. The following operations can be carried out automatically: alignment of shells, preparation of rows & lanes, rows tilting, cream dosing & capping (positioning of the top shell). Innovation & tendency: Specializing in biscuit handling, Procys makes to pos- sible to customize macaron production, thanks to Procys’ digital printing using food Innovative & trendy: printing onto french macarons PROCYS Creating solutions for dosing, handling, distribution and loading PROCYS 4 rue de frères Lumière PA du Pont Béranger 44680 saint Hilaire de Chaléons France E-mail: info@procys.eu Phone: +33 2 36 58 23 41 Twitter: @procys www.procys.eu grade inks, high resolution and based on an industrial approach. A message, a photo, a logo... maca- rons become promotional items that can be customized in a million ways. This is only the beginning of digital prin- ting. This concept can be developed for many other products manufactured industrially: biscuits, wafers etc. We will present our printing solution at the Interpack exhibition in Düsseldorf, from 8 to 14 May. For more details, demonstrations, and even a few tastings... do not hesitate to visit us at Hall 6 stand C10-6. Laetitia PEIGNET E-mail: laetitia.peignet@procys.eu Phone: +33 2 49 62 04 02       06 C 10-6HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  22. 22. SG2C designs and manufactures equipment with a double know-how, thus simplifying the interfaces between main machines: • Processing solutions for the bis- cuits, bakery and confectionery indus- try: depositing, injection, decorating and sandwiching machines. • Handling systems for the food and non food industry, mainly between pro- cessing and wrapping machines, as single equipment or turnkey lines. Founded in 2006 the Company keeps growing safely with 75% export sales. Modern organization and professio- nal team allowing the delivery of per- forming and innovative equipment always on time. Simple and reliable solutions with full care to hygiene and ergonomy. SG2C SG2C will be exhibiting processing and handling equipement: SG2C PA Estuaire Sud Rue Lieutenant Commander LH Maxfield - 44320 Saint Viaud - France E-mail: sg2c@sg2c.com Phone: +33 2 49 11 80 50 www.sg2c.com Valérie OLIVIER E-mail: valerie.olivier@sg2c.com Phone: +33 2 49 11 80 61 Mobile phone: +33 6 33 84 61 28       01 F 18HALL stand Attachment Press Contact 1 - Automated handling and flow regulation system using clever belt conveyors Reliable and sanitary design to perform accurate transfers of small food and non food solid products. News: aligning and synchronization of products without contact (no guides no gates) using a programmable solution suitable for different sizes. 2 - Depositing & injection volumetric station for cream, jam, choco- late or any food filling News: individual pistons dimensioned for liquid, viscous or fillings mixed with pieces. Modular design for quick change-over of the nozzle type and center dis- tance between lanes within a row. Flexible design easily upgradable to meet future marketing innovations, while it is always difficult for technicians to anticipate poten- tial new recipes during the purchase of equipment. This dosing head can be clea- ned in place to secure the food process.
  23. 23. LWPET : a response to the sustainable development objectives of dairy manu- facturers On the dairy products market (drinking yogurts, probiotics, white and flavored milks, milk-shakes, creams) the use of polyethylene bottles associated with shrink sleeves tends to become a standard in shelves, especially for premium ranges. In view of this rapid development, manufacturers show concern about the environmen- tal impact of their plastic packaging and try to reduce it. Sleever International has joined with their thoughts and invented for them a new pro- duct, the LWPET, which allows 50% carbon footprint reduction . LWPET : the new LWPET shrink sleeve with 50%carbon foot print reduction This new product is based on 3 developments resulting from the integrated expertise of Sleever International: a new PET film (SI-PET-KF/20-E*), a specific flexoffset printing technology and a new sleeving equipment, the SleeverCombisteam®- LWPET. The unique association of these 3 technological platforms to- day allows Sleever International to propose the new LWPET shrink sleeve with 50%carbon foot print reduction. SleeverCombisteam®- LWPET : a turnkey solution Sleever International provides dairy manufacturers with a fully operational turnkey solution, that integrates the manufactu- ring, the processing and the application of the shrink sleeve. This solution allows for the full or partial labeling of bottles ran- ging from 5 ml to 1 liter and thus meets most of the needs of the industry. Developed for the dairy market, the LWPET also opens new possibilities for household cleaning products packed in HDPE bottles. Sleever International innovates and launches the LWPET, which enables to reduce shrink sleeve carbon footprint by 50%. SLEEVER INTERNATIONAL Environment First SLEEVER INTERNATIONAL 5 av Arago ZI le Val - BP 27 91421 Morangis cedex - France Tél : + 33 1 69 74 75 76 www.sleever.com This new product will be pre- sented in demonstration on the SleeverCombisteam®-LWPET machine at the Interpack exhibition. Sleever International invites you to dis- cover it on its stand: Hall 13 - C45 Other press releases - Beverages: Sleever International launches the LDPET, a new product for a better recovery of used PET bottles: http://goo.gl/XTzO8a - SleeverMakeup : the new reference product for make-up packaging: http://goo.gl/RcTYW9 Bruno du Plessix E-mail: bruno.duplessix@sleever.com Tél : +33 1 69 74 75 60       13 C 45HALL stand Pièce jointe Contact presse
  24. 24. STOPPIL has been designing, developing and manufacturing filling and screwing machines for over 40 years. With our large range of filling machines (from semi-automatic 1 head filling ma- chines up to automatic 10 heads linear filling machines), we are able to provide filling speeds ranging from 1 to 100 bottles/minute. The versatility of our standard machines allows filling of bottles from 50 ml up to 10 litres. Easy operating, versatility, fast cleaning, reliability and filling accuracy are the main characteristics of our machines. Filling and screwing machines for packaging liquids STOPPIL The specialist of packaging equipments for liquids STOPPIL 2 rue des Terres-Fortes Chanteloup-en-Brie 77602 MARNE-LA-VALLEE Cedex 3 France E-mail: stoppil@stoppil.fr Phone: +33 1 60 31 55 55 Twitter: @STOPPIL www.stoppil-industrie.fr/en/ All of our machines can be provided with 3 metering technologies: Volu- metric, Electromagnetic or Mass flow- meter. The counting technology is chosen depending on products to fill (Food, Cosmetic, Pharmaceutical or Chemical and Detergent industries). Moreover, we also manufacture linear multi-shapes screwing machines. Re- quiring no tool for format changeovers, these machines can screw all kind of caps (Standards, Pumps, Triggers etc.) Latest innovations: For the pharmaceutical packaging in- dustry, we developed linear filling and screwing monobloc unit for the upco- ming market of E liquids for E ciga- rettes. The flexibility of this machine enables production of bottles from 10 mL to 100 mL with a filling speed up to 6.000 bottles/hour. Fully electrical, this machine meets the high hygienic standards of European pharmaceutical industry. François BUTAEYE E-mail: com.fb@stoppil.fr Phone: +33 6 88 38 15 95        13 B 04HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  25. 25. Our new vertical bagging machine TEC55 was developed especially for the food industry. Guidelines for the development of this new bagging machine were performance, ergonomics in terms of operator accessibility and in terms of dimensions of the machine. Our TEC55 is a very compact machine integrating as standard equipment 5 brus- hless motors, allowing optimum flexibility, a film drive system with belt suction, a large 7’’ touch screen, a simple system for the junction of the spools. An ouput up to 90 cycles per minute. Possibility to integrate a wide range of accessories upstream and downstream of the bagging machine (multi-head weigher, metal particle detection, checkweigher, cartoning, case packing, palletizing …). In order to satisfy our customers we have developed a product range to provide complete and tailor-made packaging lines. Our experience for over 35 years in all sectors allows us to meet all your needs from the simplest to the most complex At Interpack exhibition, Tecnimodern will present its new bagging machine dedicated to food industry TECNIMODERN Tecnimodern offers you solutions to meet your needs TECNIMODERN ZAC DES TERRES 42260 SAINT GERMAIN LAVAL France E-mail: info@tecnimodern.com Phone: +33 4 77 58 61 66 Twitter: @tecnimodern www.tecnimodern.com Mathieu ZURRO E-mail: mathieu.zurro@tecnimodern.com Phone: +33 4 77 66 42 72        06 C 09-1HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  26. 26. The latest development of THIMON focuses on saving plastic film while maintai- ning high speeds for wrapping operations. The WRA-PAL SWING makes spiral wrapping possible for any type of pallet on 4 or 5 sides with just one reel of film of high autonomy. With its 1 meter width film, it allows to get a stronger packaging using less film. From 3 to 1, just like that : a single machine for complete overwrapping (the upper face cover protects against dust and rain), one maintenance programme and one film supplier. Theoriginalityofthemachineisbasedonitspatentedtriangulararmsystemwithmo- vable return that also allows to fold the film to get a perfect control of the lay-on-force. The adjustment of the rotation speed of the turntable (number of turns top and bottom), the adjustment of the rate of coverage as well as the pre-stretching (from 50 to 300 %), are all the operations that can be made very simply. Achieving outputs up to 100 pallets/hour, the wrapping machine offers an high cost effectiveness. « Eco » wrapping : 30 % less film used per pallet 5 sides wrapping with 1 reel for an output of up to 100 pallets/hour THIMON WRA-PAL SWING - SPIRAL WRAPPING THIMON Savoie Hexapôle 170 rue Louis Armand 73420 MERY France E-mail: thimon@thimon.com Phone: +33 4 79 61 00 44 www.thimon.com Myriam MONGELLAZ E-mail: m.mongellaz@thimon.com Phone: +33 4 79 61 71 03      12 E 36HALL stand Attachment Press Contact
  27. 27. THIMONNIER is specializing in packaging machines design and manufactu- ring. We offer our expertise in plastic welding materials and in the filling of liquid, semi-solid or pasty products into flexible packaging. THIMONNIER develops two main technologies: Doypack® stand-up pouches and pillow pouches. The company enhances innovation and R & D as the core of its development process. Our machines evoluate from mechano-pneumatic unto mechatronic technology, driven by PLC and robotics systems. Our objective: optimize the efficiency, quality and flexibility of our machines. Combining expertise and engineering allows us to develop new projects and offer «tailor-made» machines adapted to our customers’ applications. For pillow pouch packaging, we propose a large range of vertical FFS machines with capacities from 400 to 13,500 pouches / h for pouches from 50 mL up to 5 L. At INTERPACK we will present our latest model of aseptic high speed machine for UHT milk: the THP7200 AS. With one, two, or three filling lines and featuring the latest drive technologies with servomotors, the THP7200 AS offers an optimal flexibility of use, filling accuracy, output efficiency and low maintenance costs. For the Doypack® packaging, invented 50 years ago by THIMONNIER, we inte- grate our latest innovations to our machines. At INTERPACK, we will launch the THD900 our new carousel high speed filling and sealing machine for Doypack®. Latest developments in aseptic packaging for UHT milk and in high-speed machine for Doypack® THIMONNIER THIMONNIER: innovation in flexible packaging THIMONNIER 11 Avenue de la Paix 69650 SAINT GERMAIN AU MONT D’OR France E-mail: info@thimonnier.fr Phone: +33 4 72 08 19 19 www.thimonnier.com The THD900 can work with 1, 2 or 3 pouches at the same time. All the mo- vements of the machine, and pouch size changeovers are driven by servo- motors. The THD900 machine is designed to meet the highest requirements in term of Quality, Health and Safety (EDEHG standard). Last but not least, we have increased our long-term presence worldwide and offer comprehensive technical support for our international customers. Anne-Julie PELLETIER E-mail: anne-julie.pelletier@thimonnier.fr Phone: +33 4 72 08 19 39      06 C 15-2HALL stand Attachment Press Contact

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