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At APPEX, Esko Australia will be displaying a range of food processing, packaging and waste management solutions, all on Stand B122.

Equipment on display includes the IMA TTA15/20 Petroncini Small Specialty Coffee Bean Roaster to optimise the roasting process; the Carlo Migliavacca DC 150 Automatic Piston doser for mixed products with pieces, liquids and pasty in a variety of containers from 28ml to 5000ml; and its P170 mechanical piston feeding pump to transfer, feed, convey mixed products with whole pieces, liquids and pasty. The company will also be showcasing NERAK, a display bucket elevator for bulk product feeding and handling.

The company says its expertise extends from its OEMs in the food processing, packaging and waste management markets through representations of ALFA machine, CT Pack, ZACMI, Steriflow, Mespic-IMA, Imball, Atlanta Packaging, Langguth, Waldner, OMAG, LAN Handling Systems, HDG, Thimonnier and OMPECO.

The overall capacity of Esko through its OEMs covers an equipment range including depalletisers, thermo-forming (FFS), filling equipment, product handling, processing, packaging, palletising, for rigid, semi-rigid containers, preformed pouches, cardboard primary and secondary packaging, and thermal processing to achieve sous vide, pasteurisation, and sterilisation in finished food products.

Other packaging material innovations to target your recycling goals, along with the processing and packaging machinery means to do so, can be discussed at Esko’s stand, as the overseas area sales managers will be available to discuss your needs. 

Visit Esko Australia at Stand B122. APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

 

 

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