From September 14 to 16, Syntegon will display its varied food packaging portfolio at the PackEx India in Mumbai. It will be the first time since the beginning of the global pandemic that the company presents its versatile solutions for food processing and packaging at a trade show in India.
Syntegon offers companies in the pharmaceutical and food industries full transparency on the carbon footprint of all Syntegon machines with a software-based approach certified by TÜV Rheinland, a German Association for technical inspection.
The automation company Pilz will be presenting its safety and industrial security solutions for primary, secondary and end-of-line packaging at the international trade fair FACHPACK (27–29 September). One Pilz highlight in Nuremberg: The TÜV SÜD-certified solution for safe monitoring of the cardboard feed on packaging machines.
After a construction time of just 16 months, Leuze has opened its new production site in Malacca (Malaysia). With immediate effect, Leuze sensors will be produced there for the international market. Leuze's Asian customers are primarily supplied from Malaysia.
Proper supply chain management starts with creating the right packaging. Packaging plays a key role in cost control, risk reduction and continuous improvement to achieve sustainability goals, but we generally do not give it the importance it deserves, treating it only as a complement.
At this year's Gulfood Manufacturing in Dubai World Trade Centre, MULTIVAC will be presenting its wide range of innovative processing and packaging solutions for the food industry. The focus will be on integrated lines, which enable the widest range of food products to be processed and packaged cost-effectively and sustainably. Other highlights will be a exhibits of the company's global products.
To ensure all medicines are produced to the highest quality, pharmaceutical manufacturers around the world are subjected to strict regulations. The problem is, monitoring the conditions in a manufacturing facility 24/7 requires high-end, often costly networking technology. Here Ian Loudon, international sales and marketing manager at remote monitoring instrumentation manufacturer. Omniflex, discusses how temperature monitoring systems can be cost effective, reliable and compliant with regulatory standards.
Exhibiting over a total area of around 300 mm2 in Nuremberg, MULTIVAC will be showing a representative cross section of its comprehensive range of products and services, as well as evidence of its accumulated expertise in complete lines.