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Korber PaperLink premieres new cut-size technologies at drupa

Monday, March 22, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Hamburg, March 19, 2004 – At Drupa 2004, Körber PaperLink will unveil a true innovation in cut-size sheeting and packaging. The new cut-size line consists of the E.C.H. Will AlphaCut cut-size sheeter and Pemco's ProWrap 30 ream wrapper. The system is specifically designed for customers who want to change their production from manual to automatic paper conversion. Mainly characterized by its relatively low investment, the system will allow small and medium size converters to automate their sheeting and packaging process. Consequently, they will be better prepared to handle higher order volumes. This new machine combination stresses flexibility as it produces most common cut-size products. The output of the AlphaCut-ProWrap 30 system is 20 percent higher than of their market competitors. Visitors to Drupa will see firsthand exactly how the AlphaCut cut-size sheeter transforms roll stock paper into cut-size sheets and feeds the ProWrap 30. The wrapping process revolutionizes the feeding-wrapping-sealing functions. The totally new wrapping cycle reduces operation costs and the need for change parts, while continuously outputting quality product. The use of tools is practically unnecessary when making format changes. The sturdy, compact blueprint of the ProWrap 30 is made to order for those customers working around the clock, 365 days a year. It is strategically designed for safe operation by novice operators. The ProWrap 30 constitutes the perfect answer for machine replacement and machine rebuild projects. It answers the call from budget-minded and low volume converters seeking large-scale technological advances with a minimal capital investment.

 

 

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