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ESS Technologies Expands Corporate Structure and Manufacturing Capacity
Corporate changes poise ESS Technologies for success as the company prepares to enter its fourth decade in business.
Jun 3rd, 2021
Packaging Line for Vaccine Vials Meets Urgent Demand for Production
The end-of-line system received up to 150 vaccine vials/min, producing 15 ten-pack cartons/min. ESS integrated a customer-supplied serialization system to track unique codes on the vials and cartons throughout the packaging line.
Apr 20th, 2021
Joseph Allen Hall Jr., ESS Technologies, Passes Away
Joseph Allen Hall Jr. passed away on April 7, 2021, after his fight with cancer. He worked for ESS Technologies almost since it’s inception, joining the company in 1998 when the company moved its headquarters from New Jersey to Blacksburg, Va.
Apr 13th, 2021
COVID-19 Test Kit Cartoning Line Increased Productivity to Meet Urgent Testing Needs
ESS Technologies supplied three Model VC30 cartoners to create a complete COVID-19 test kit packaging line, increasing the manufacturer’s production capacity when it was critically needed.
Mar 3rd, 2021
Robotics Special Report: Vision Enables Tube Picking/Placing at 160/min
A new SCARA robotic cell developed for the collation of cosmetic tubes uses vision software and specially designed end-of-arm tooling.
Anne Marie Mohan
Aug 7th, 2020
ESS: High Speed Filling System for COVID-19 Test Kit Vials
Available in both automated and semiautomatic configurations, the system is made to fill up to 120 vials per minute.
May 15th, 2020
Flexible Filler/Capper for Vials and Small Bottles
ESS announces the FC Series flexible filler/capper for vials and small bottles. Model FC60 handles up to 60 vials/min and Model FC120 fills 120 vials/min.
May 11th, 2020
ESS: Case Packer Line Includes Bottom Load and Side Load Configurations
These configurations increase the scope of products and pack patterns that the CEL5 series can handle.
Jan 31st, 2020
IIoT Gives Cosmetics Packaging a Makeover
We asked C&BC packaging veteran Dave Hoenig to scour the aisles of PACK EXPO Las Vegas to see what trends he felt were notable. Industry 4.0 and connected packages stood out as potentially leaving a mark on the industry.
Dec 13th, 2019