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Harness the power of robots in your packaging plant
Here at Ilapak, we’re experiencing a great demand for flow wrappers integrated with robotic feeding systems as manufacturers push for greater flexibility from their packaging lines.
Delta 6000 Features in Converter Magazine
The Delta 6000 is featured in the latest issue of Converter Magazine.
New Flow Wrapper balances budget and build demands at PPMA
At PPMA 2018, Ilapak will unveil its new Carrera 1500 flow wrapper on stand D10. The Carrera 1500 responds to the budget, build quality and flexibility requirements of mid-range food and non-food operations by rationalising the number of added fea...
Ilapak helps Fox's out of crunch situation
When one of biscuit manufacturer Fox’s high speed flow wrappers failed, Ilapak came to the rescue, supplying an exhibition model Delta Systems & Automation (DSA) Eagle flow wrapper with the capacity to handle 1,000 biscuits per minute.
'Mum-made' look sandwich bag solutions
ILAPAK anticipates plenty of interest in its flat-bottom bag module, which allows sandwich manufacturers to produce rustic looking paper film bags with a home-made feel, at a fraction of the cost of pre-made bags.
Baking it big: Ilapak stars in Devonvale success
ILAPAK has supported Devonvale Bakery throughout its journey from start-up to multi-million pound business, specifying flow wrapping solutions that have enabled the cake & cereal bar producer to match capacity with demand. The latest investmen...
Humdinger backs Vegatronic 6000 bagger for efficiency gains
UK bagged fruit and nut snack manufacturer Humdinger Ltd has purchased two Vegatronic 6000 baggers as part of its drive to achieve operational excellence. The bagger’s swift changeover capabilities and multi-format flexibility has seen line effici...
Vision improves food producers' line efficiency
The food production industry is seeing major growth in vision systems, with traditional monitoring systems being superseded by vision technology that electronically ‘counts’ items as they pass through production.