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This content was submitted directly to this Web site by the supplier.White Paper | February 3, 2009
How to increase bagging flexibility and control costs
Exemplified by two real-world examples, white paper from Triangle Package Machine explains how the packaging cell concept bypasses traditional packaging lines to yield faster, more efficient changeovers, greatly reduced labor, and reduced floor space.
Gone are the days of stocking warehouses. Today, many companies are filling grocery-store shelves--and filling them fast!
Food packagers are having a hard time responding to these changing products and sizes using dedicated packaging lines. Flexibility and cost control are essential, and many of them are finding that traditional equipment just isn't cut out for this new environment.
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