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News from Pearson Packaging Systems

Two announcements from Pearson: The company is now offering the PackML machinery language platform as standard across much of their core product line; and Sean Spees has been hired as Regional Sales Manager, South East US.
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PackML, a product of OMAC, provides a uniform “look and feel” across different machines on the plant floor. Scott Reed, Pearson’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing said, “By offering PackML as our standard when others are not, end-users stand to benefit whether they are buying a complete end-of-line system from Pearson or simply integrating our machinery into other systems.” PackML provides lower engineering costs to end-users, easier integration of machinery across lines, faster start-ups and reduced ongoing maintenance needs. By combining PackML. end-users can expect higher levels of overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) over the life of their machinery.

Pearson is also pleased to announce the hiring of Sean Spees as Regional Sales Manager, South East US. Based out of Atlanta, Sean has 10 years sales experience, most recently as sales manager for a secondary packaging banding/strapping company. Sean’s industrial sales experience has focused on packaging and safety, which brings a unique perspective to Pearson.

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