Roberts PolyPro Debuts New Applicators at Pack Expo and Showcases Innovative Sustainable Bottle and Can Handles

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Roberts PolyPro features a semi-automatic can handle applicator, and the up to 60 case-per-minute robotic bottle handle applicator at Pack Expo, and highlights their expanding range of innovative, sustainable bottle and can handles.(Roberts PolyPro Pack Expo Booth C-3216)

Roberts PolyPro, powered by Pro Mach, spotlights innovations in sustainable bottle and can handles at Pack Expo in Las Vegas, September 25-27. Roberts PolyPro also showcases bottle and can handle applicators rated for moderate-to-high production environments. (Roberts PolyPro Booth C-3216)

Roberts spotlights innovative sustainable bottle and can handles
Roberts PolyPro offers a wide selection of injection-molded and extruded bottle handles, bottle multipacks, and beverage carriers. The company also offers injection-molded can handles for the growing craft beer and mobile canning markets. Customers purchasing from Roberts PolyPro receive recyclable handles, with high holding strength, and optimum source reduction for greater sustainability and cost effectiveness. Extruded handles offer exceptional cube utilization for transportation savings. Rapid prototyping ensures faster time to market for companies engaged with Roberts PolyPro on custom solutions. Show attendees can also discuss with booth personnel the company’s lines of carton and box handles and carriers, and range of polybag hooks.

One-stop shop for bottle and can applicators
Three of Robert PolyPro’s most in demand applicators will be featured at Pack Expo: the single bottle handle applicator rated at up to 30 bottles per minute; the new to Pack Expo craft brew and mobile canning can handle applicator for up to 10 cases per minute; and the robotic bottle-handle applicator rated from 30 to 60 cases per minute, depending on the model. Company representatives will be on hand to demonstrate these applicators and to discuss Roberts PolyPro’s full line of applicators, which run the gamut from a semi-automatic solution rated at up to 17 cases per minute to the small-footprint high-speed continuous motion machine.

“Pack Expo provides a one-stop shop opportunity for show attendees to see the latest developments in both innovative handles and applicators as well as to discuss upcoming projects and their needs for off-the-shelf or custom solutions,” said Roy Tetreault, vice president and general manager, Roberts PolyPro.

Be sure to stop by the Roberts PolyPro Pack Expo Booth #C-3216. For more information on Roberts PolyPro’s comprehensive offering of handles and applicators, contact sales at 800-269-7409 and visit

About Roberts PolyPro
Roberts PolyPro, powered by Pro Mach, offers innovative product packaging solutions for consumer-packaged goods and pharmaceutical companies. The company is a leader in manufacturing plastic bottle carriers, box handles, pour spouts, j-hooks, and a complete line of standard and custom handle applicators and feeder and folder/gluer machinery. Roberts PolyPro is based in Charlotte, NC. Visit Roberts PolyPro at

About Pro Mach
Pro Mach is a leading provider of integrated packaging and processing products and solutions for food, beverage, consumer goods, pharmaceutical, and other diverse companies. Through multiple brands, Pro Mach provides product packaging and processing equipment, PMMI certified trainers, installation, parts, and service in Bottling & Capping, Primary Packaging, Pharmaceutical Packaging, Flexible Packaging, Material Handling, Labeling & Coding, and End of Line, as well as Integrated Solutions for complete packaging lines.

Pro Mach has a diverse customer base, from Fortune 500 companies to smaller, privately held businesses worldwide, which depend on reliable, flexible, technologically advanced equipment and integrated solutions. Pro Mach is headquartered near Cincinnati, Ohio, with manufacturing facilities and offices throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, United Arab Emirates, and China. For more information about Pro Mach, please visit

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