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Sacmi to provide labelling solutions for US bottler

September 28
16:33 2016

label-1Italian company Sacmi is to provide its labelling solution to an undisclosed multinational bottler from the US.

As part of the deal, Sacmi will provide two of its Opera 300 24T automated labellers for the customer’s soft drink production facility.

Equipped with an automatic reel splicing system, both labellers are designed to help reduce maintenance requirements and offer downtime-free operation.

Capable of handling 30,000-60,000 bottles per hour, the UL certified labellers will help with the US company’s plant renewal and reorganisation plan.

Sacmi said that the labellers require cleaning only once per shift, thereby increasing productivity and reducing maintenance costs.

Featuring roll-fed technology, the selected Sacmi labelling solutions comply with US mechanical, electronic and electro-mechanical regulatory standards.

Sacmi recently provided plant engineering equipment for an Amin Tile-owned tiles factory in Iran.

Under the deal, Sacmi supplied four PH 3200 presses and machines for the plant’s firing department.

The company also provided new suction systems to ensure the plant’s compliance with environmental and emissions standards.

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabian production and packaging firm Almarai selected Sacmi’s roll-fed technology for its 2l milk and laban container production lines.

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