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CPS Stands Out at PPMA – Hall 5, C74

September 09
11:42 2012

Chesapeake Packaging Systems (CPS), part of Chesapeake, will be demonstrating its expertise as a carton packaging machinery supplier and consultant specialising in carton erecting, loading and closing at September’s PPMA exhibition. CPS offers a unique combination of carton machinery and packaging knowledge that regularly supports pack innovation and increases packing line efficiencies.

CPS will be demonstrating a lock-carton erector for lidded cartons and open trays at the show. The ETL60 is ideally suited to the food and confectionery sectors for primary and secondary packaging as well as the healthcare and cosmetics industries for potential high quality printed presentation/display packs.

Nigel Redding, General Manager of CPS, says: “We’ve recently seen strong demand for our range of carton erectors which have been integrated with robotic loading cells. This, combined with our ability to supply fully overhauled refurbished machinery from stock, covers all of our customers’ requirements robustly and economically.”

With over 40 years of experience, CPS can develop completely new and special pack solutions from concept to production and machine implementation. It can also provide expertise and support for several standard machine options together with turnkey supply. For further information visit www.chesapeakecorp.com/packagingmachinery.

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