• RMGroup is set to showcase its range of bagging and palletising equipment.
    RMGroup is set to showcase its range of bagging and palletising equipment.
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Packaging machinery and robotic automation company, RMGroup, says its exhibit at APPEX marks a significant milestone for the group as it expands its presence in the Australian market. Visit the group of Stand A025.

Celebrating its second year in Australia, RMGroup says it is focused on enhancing brand awareness, forging new connections and facilitating key sales opportunities. The exhibition provides an ideal platform to introduce its product range.

RMGroup is set to showcase its range of bagging and palletising equipment, tailored for industries dealing with products ranging from 10-30kg, including animal feeds, fertilisers, mulch and compost, aggregates, salt and wood pellets.

Visitors to the stand can expect to explore RMGroup’s comprehensive portfolio, which includes the BP600 bag placer, advanced form, fill and seal machinery, mobile ‘containerised ’packaging systems, bulk bagging systems, stretch wrapping and stretch hooding solutions, robotic palletising, as well as turnkey options designed with reliability at their core.

The event offers an opportunity for attendees to engage with the company’s latest technologies and solutions specifically developed to meet the demands of packaging and palletising across various sectors.

RMGroup says it ensures equipment support through its local in-territory representative, remote assistance and a dedicated team. The group says this approach guarantees that customers receive timely and effective assistance for all their needs, reinforcing what it says is its commitment to customer satisfaction and operational excellence.

Edward Pugh, RMGroup's sales director, said: “We're extremely excited to introduce our state-of-the-art packaging and palletising solutions to the Australian market at APPEX.

“Our focus has always been on quality, reliability, and providing value to our customers. We believe our presence at the show will be a cornerstone in establishing RMGroup as a key player in the industry and a trusted partner for businesses across Australia.”

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