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BW Integrated Systems clients will have access to manufacturing intelligence software from LineView solutions, after the two companies announced a new partnership ahead of Pack Expo International.

BW will offer LineView’s manufacturing intelligence software across its customer base, and through its service programs; it will also enhance the product range of parent company Barry Wehmiller’s BW Packaging Systems.

“Our clients are asking for a higher level of connectivity and access to actionable data,” said Tom Spangenberg, BWIS vice president of integrated systems. “Our ability to capture intelligence adds value to the manufacturing process and greatly enhances our offering. We could not be more pleased to join forces with such a respected global company.”

BW Integrated Systems and LineView Solutions will be demonstrating the latest manufacturing intelligence systems on stands S-2406 and S-2100 at this year’s Pack Expo International in Chicago, Illinois, from October 14-17.

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