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10 tips for energy-efficient and sustainable conveyors

Watch this short video from Nercon to learn how to reduce energy, improve efficiencies and reduce waste on your packaging lines.
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Margins and sustainability are the top two initiatives that CPG manufacturers are looking at improving to be competitive, effective and socially responsible in today's marketplace. Manufacturers are not just looking at sustainable packaging materials and design; they are also looking at margin improvements which include maximizing assets, staffing and equipment efficiency. While sustainability programs focus on using renewable resources, reducing green house gas emissions and reducing their carbon footprint, manufacturers are giving immediate attention to reducing energy.

The video, "10 Tips to Sustainable Conveyors", is a quick run through of how conveyor manufacturers, like Nercon, can help manufacturers to reduce energy, improve efficiencies and reduce waste for packaging lines. Download Nercon's printable article at

Nercon Eng. & Mfg., Inc. specializes in packaging line engineering and design, controls integration and conveyor manufacturing.  Having a great depth in the packaging and process industries, Nercon engineers are proficient at designing fully integrated and automated conveyor lines, handling everything from cans, pouches, PET containers, paperboard packages, tubes and bottles, to jars, trays, cartons and cases.

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