• James Windsor, Fibre King CEO, stands next to the new PakTech CCA for craft breweries.
    James Windsor, Fibre King CEO, stands next to the new PakTech CCA for craft breweries.
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Fibre King has expanded its range of craft brewery packaging equipment with a PakTech Can Carrier Applicator and is the only Australian owned option available on the market.

“We are thrilled with its early success,” says James Windsor, CEO.

“We now have a complete end of line solution for craft breweries with a can carrier applicator, Little Packer case packer and our CMP Compact Modular Palletiser.

“We saw a gap in the market and we developed affordable, craft-sized solutions to cater for low-medium volumes.”

Features of the Fibre King can carrier applicator:

• Stainless steel frame and components

• Ultra-compact design

• 4 & 6 pack configurations

• Can apply PakTech and Biopak can holders

• 375ml to 500ml can heights

• Up to 8000 cans per hour (matching 5 cases/min of Little Packer Case Packer)

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