ROBOPAC FLIES TO MOSCOW IN UPAKOVKA, THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR FOR PROCESSING AND PACKAGING MACHINES
January 28, 2020 - From January 28 to 31 Moscow is ready to become the hub of technological and process innovation for Packaging and Processing. The new edition of Upakovka will take place at the AO Expocentre Krasnaja Presnja, where several visitors and exhibitors are expected to provide a privileged and highly specialized point of view on the developments of a productive sector of great importance.
The Robopac Group will be one of the protagonists of this event of great international importance and its know-how, gained from years of research, investment and development in the end-of-line packaging sector , will be shown at the Forum C21.
An added value will be given by the group thanks to the synergic policy that Robopac has put in place according to the principle of "One global company" which the Aureli family, heads of the company, has strongly desired. They believe in the importance of their roots, which place the headquarters in Castel San Pietro (Bologna, Italy) and the business units displaced along the Via Emilia in Emilia Romagna and enhancing the potential offered by the territory. The Robopac group boasts, however, a vocation for internationalization of a great impact for group, thanks to the 8 production plants (including 5 in the Packaging Valley, 1 in Brazil, 1 in China and 1 in the USA) and 8 international subsidiaries, including one in Russia.
The solid experience gained by Robopac together with OCME and Sotemapack - excellences of the sector became part of the group - allows to oversee a very important market, with offers aimed at satisfying the needs of each individual production company and ensuring a customer care service extremely effective and punctual. The versatility of the Robopac systems, in fact, guarantees the personalization of the end-of-line packaging system according to the customer's needs, always supporting the high level of performance of the Robopac machines which ensure low energy consumption and are designed to reduce the use of plastic in favor of cartoon in its various forms.