• Industry 4.0 comes to wrapping: With the new internet enabled Siat ProWrap are (l-r) Carol Pignatelli, global product manager, Siat; Wayne Robinson, PKN; and Rosa Stroszynski, CEO of distributor CPS.
    Industry 4.0 comes to wrapping: With the new internet enabled Siat ProWrap are (l-r) Carol Pignatelli, global product manager, Siat; Wayne Robinson, PKN; and Rosa Stroszynski, CEO of distributor CPS.
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The new ProWrap stretch wrapping machine from Siat is internet enabled, and comes with a range of customisable options.

Available through CPS, the Siat ProWrap has Industry 4.0 technology. It also has 12 programmes and five wrap modes, with six variable wrap zones up and down the pallet.

Carol Pignatelli, global product manager for Siat is in AUSPACK, she said, “The benefits of Industry 4.0 enabled equipment such as the ProWrap include service and monitoring, measurement, benchmarking and optimisation of output.”

Food & Drink Business

It was a full house at Melbourne’s Arts Centre for the annual Food & Drink Business + PKN LIVE breakfast forum, where guests, speakers and an industry panel shared methods, insights and discussions on what it means to be a brave brand.

Kellogg’s Australia has announced a partnership with B2B marketplace Yume, to help reduce food waste from its manufacturing processes. It is the first Australian manufacturer to do so.

Media reports from Singapore claim its government will introduce health warnings on packaging and ban advertising for sugary drinks across all media platforms, including online and social media.