Empack Boasts Major Industry Innovations
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Press release from the issuing company
Empack 2015 is set to showcase the latest packaging machinery and technology. Taking place at the NEC, 25 & 26 February, the show is offering visitors a packed exhibition hall, hosting a wide variety of suppliers showcase their latest packaging machinery,equipment, logistical and transit packaging, robotics and automation.
Alison Church, Event Director for easyFairs’ UK packaging events, says: “Empack is the perfect place to discover the latest developments in packaging machinery, industrial robot and automation technology. The show provides an ideal opportunity to discuss individual equipment requirements and solutions with suppliers face-to-face, building partnerships for the future. For anyone working in this industry, this show is not to be missed; jump on board!”
Amongst the exhibitors will be Americk Packaging, presenting its Shelf-Life Extension technology which decreases the waste created by retailers, reducing environmental impact. This innovative technology allows the effective monitoring of crop metabolic activity throughout the year; providing ‘real time’ data enabling retailers to reduce their waste, both in packaging and the products themselves.
Kite Packaging will be showcasing three of its latest product ranges. Kite Wrap and Hold, designed for high volume users, offering a universal packing solution that is secure, reduces costs and completely eliminates the need for void fill and in-box solutions. Kite Mini Air, an innovative multi-use packaging solution that creates air cushions on demand. And lastly, Kite Air Shock, an air cushioned packaging system that uses inflatable pouches to protect fragile products, especially within the drinks industry.
For those looking to reduce their waste disposal, head to the Compact and Bale stand. Experts will be on hand to help with your carbon dioxide footprint and detail how to sell your waste for profit. Compact and Bale will also be featuring its latest machinery, including its AutoLoadBaler® a unique machine that can save up to 15 man hours per week, andStyroPress® a machine that compacts polystyrene into 100 percent recyclable dense bricks.
Atlantic Zeiser Ltd, a world-leader in industrial high-security coding and personalisation technologies, will also be presenting MEDTRACKER a flexible and modular software solution, dedicated to pharmaceutical track and trace and authentication applications.
Also joining the Empack exhibition will be an array of major names and show regulars such as Fischbein-Saxon Ltd, PFM Packaging Machinery, Powder and Packaging Machines, HERMA UK, Martek and Norpak, many of whom will be using the show to launch new products to the market or unveil their very latest work.
More than just an exhibition, the 2015 show celebrating its tenth anniversary, has more show content than ever before, including interactive features, invaluable advice, content rich seminars and plenty of show floor ‘theatre’ in the form of The BIG Print Debate and the Lions’ Lair.
The show will feature its first ever Pharmaceutical Symposium, providing organisations with the opportunity to gain inspiration and a greater understanding of how to tackle the key issues within packaging, labelling, coding and marketing for pharmaceutical products.
Also launching at the show will be The Drinks Symposium and The Retail Symposium, offering exhibitors and visitors from all spheres of the packaging and print world a unique programme of valuable and insightful content.
There will also be a full learnShops programme provide by world-class experts, with presentations from Néstle, John Lewis, Innocent Drinks, Mondel?z and Weetabix. The two day show runs alongside Packaging Innovations and Label&Print providing the perfect opportunity to see the latest innovations within the industry, touch products and materials, and discuss your individual business with suppliers face-to-face.
Further information on visiting and how to register please go to: Empack
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