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Walls Machinery will be showcasing robotic equipment from Adaptapack, pouch machinery from Toyo Jidoki, and inspection equipment from Anritsu at Foodpro 2017.

Adaptapack is an Australian-owned and operated company which manufactures, installs and services a new range of robotic packaging systems for various applications.

On the stand, visitors can see the Adaptapack Apollo Servo Collator, a case packing machine that can be fully customised for almost every application.

The collator offers customers a 24-hour robotic workforce for their shelf-ready and flat-pack case packing requirements.

Toyo Jidoki has a wide range of high quality pouch filling and sealing equipment. Its machines feature flexible specifications for many pouch formats and can comply with a variety of liquid and solid product applications.

Anritsu's range includes X-ray inspection, metal detectors, and checkweighers.

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