The new edition, in fact, foresees the synergy of the two main souls of the sector - Emballage and Manutention - bringing the number of exhibitors from all over the world to over 1300 and an estimated 65 thousand visitors.

Robopac and OCME will be among the main players at the event, responding to the call for innovation that increasingly looks to the integration of cutting-edge technologies capable of guaranteeing not only excellent performance, but also maximum energy saving and the best respect for the environment.

In an area of 200 square meters set up at Stand 5/A F029, the main brands of the Aetna Group will be bringing some of the latest and most significant solutions for end-of-line packaging, offering a direct demonstration of their functioning.

Among the recent successes is the Robot S7: a self-propelled stretch wrapper with R-Connect technology, high packaging autonomy and Stop&Go function for immediate stop at obstacles and automatic restart. It is presented here with the PVS pre-stretch carriage with dual independent motors, with pre-stretch ratio adjustment from 0% to 500%, and integrates perfectly with the automation and digitalisation standards required by Industry 4.0, proving to be the ideal choice for handling products of any size, shape and weight.
Another flagship machine exhibited in Paris is Orbit R, a horizontal stretch wrapping machine with rotating ring that can be combined with integrated work cells or lines, offering the possibility of combining high speed with high performance.

The demonstration of a compact and automated end-of-line is entrusted to Prasmatic TC300 Combi, the combined shrink-wrapper and case packer here proposed in the version suitable for medium-speed productions, and to the WA 20-Wrap Around 20 compact stand-alone case packer by Sotemapack, with compact dimensions for speeds of up to 20 strokes/minute and alternating operation, available in various configurations including the combined version (tray and film or tray and lid).

Completing the end of the line is Integra, the automatic laser-guided vehicle with Natural Navigation system from the BU Robopac Machinery: small in size but capable of handling products for loads of up to 1500 kg. At All4Pack, visitors to the Aetna Group stand will see it interacting with the automatic wrapping machine Technoplat TP, equipped with R-Connect technology and a gripper and film cutting unit with spreader that ensure the hooking, cutting and spreading of the film tail.

With Robopac and OCME at ALL4PACK Emballage Paris, Aetna Group once again reaffirms its vocation to provide not just technology, but a real process guaranteed by the constant R&D that characterizes the company in the name of an increasingly automated, versatile and sustainable evolution.


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