Fres-co Debuts Complete Packaging Line for Stick Pack & Sachets

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The full line requires only one operator.

Continuing their tradition of packaging innovation, Fres-co System USA, Inc. is introducing a complete line for stick pack and sachet packaging – allowing customers to maximize their line’s efficiency, reliability and TCO by procuring all components from one manufacturer.

This complete line begins with one of two multilane VFFS packaging machines; ALFA Series stick pack or GAMMA Series for sachets. Cartoning and collating systems can then be integrated to enable seamless packaging, counting, stacking, carton forming/erecting and carton closing. An in-line checkweighing option enables real-time quality control data collection. Built with superior efficiency in mind, this entire line requires only one operator, reducing labor costs.

Designed for liquids, powders, gels, granules, pastes, pills, and capsules, this is a longed-awaited packaging solution for pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and food & beverage applications. “This line really makes things easy,” explains Scott Musick, Packaging Equipment Sales Manager at Fres-co. “Whether you’re trying to enter the growing single serve market or replace existing equipment, being able to get all of your line’s components from one supplier can really enhance your facilities’ efficiency and minimize downtime.”

This complete, high-speed line can be quickly integrated into a packaging production environment. Fres-co provides machine installation and on-site training to ensure a smooth transition. With service in North America, customers have easy access to technical support and spare parts.

Fres-co System will present its complete packaging line during Pharmapack 2012, Booth F733.

Contact: Scott Musick
Packaging Equipment Sales Manager
Fres-co System USA, Inc.
215-721-4600 x 2176
smusick(at)fresco(dot)com

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