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June 20
14:59 2011

There has been a rapid growth in the use of coffee cups by consumers. This has been the major reason for the success of many companies in this sector. Cama, thanks to its wide experience in packaging of this particular product, is able to provide innovative and highly reliable technical solutions. One of the latest successful applications has been a line to pack 500 cups/min into corrugated board cartons.

Subsequently, the cartons are collated and packed into RSC cases. The line is composed of a monoblock system (forming unit, closing unit and top loading robot integrated into one frame) and has proven to be extremely flexible. The cups are loaded in a specific configuration so as to obtain optimal carton dimensions into various formats from 8 to 48 count.

CAMA GROUP
Cama 3 Ltd., Unit 6, Woodside, South Marston Park,
Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 4WA
Tel. 01793 831111
www.camagroup.com

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