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Box erector machine

As a direct result of customer demand, the box erector machine is one of the latest additions to the T Freemantle product family.
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T Freemantle understood their customers had a need for a simple to operate machine that was robust, reliable and could erect boxes automatically at variable speeds, so looked at how to achieve this whilst remaining true to the fundamental principles by which we operate.

After careful research and design phases, T Freemantle worked with their customers to create a machine that fully met their exacting needs.

The machine is made of entirely stainless steel construction, meaning it is suitable for any production environment and can be sited with the customer having complete knowledge that it will not corrode.

The machine has also been designed with a compact footprint in order to make sure that it takes up the least possible amount of valuable production space, thus allowing for siting near to other machinery where necessary.

The Box Erector machine also features a quick & easy size change as to enable the customer to switch product lines with ease; something that our customers tell us is of paramount importance. This enables the machine to operate with a wide variety of box styles and material types, thus meaning that it truly can be a multi-tool of the packaging line.

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