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Tape carry handles and bundler

Carry handles make the handling of packages convenient and stands out from the crowd. Higher production output in the beverage industry requires innovative high speed carry handle applicators.

project Automation & Engineering represented by GPC, LLC developed the PROGRIP range of innovative high speed carry handle applicators to mount carry handles at the top or at the side of almost every product and package to achieve the requirements of the beverage industry.

PROGRIP`s product range varies from 30 packs/min to a three lane high speed machines with an output up to 420 packs/min. With the PROGIP it is possible to use pre-laminated tape with paper, foam or tape inlay. The one of a kind PROKON even allows making carry handles with above characteristic besides the PROGRIP or as a standalone system to reduce material costs.

project´s PROBAND is a high speed economic adhesive tape bundlers, which can reduce packaging material costs (up to 80%)  for shrink wrapper and corrugated. For easy handling a carry handle is mounted in the same cycle on the package. Advantages of PROBAND are less energy and package and only one machine is needed. These packages can also be used for special marketing campaigns. The tape and carry handle can be printed according to companies requirements.

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