Interview with Tomás MULET, CEO of Packfeeder - Spain
PackFeeder, leading global technological reference for the design and production of unscrambling and orienting systems, focuses today in two areas:
the consolidation of its international presence, reinforcing the agency network throughout the five continents, proposing solutions adapted to each local market need, and also promoting creativity, as a source of new ideas generation, and innovation, transforming these ideas in added value to our customers.
We have launched a new unscrambling machines range to meet customer’s new demands on costs. We have also introduced new solutions for plastic bottles unscrambling into pucks and for bottle orientation.
Finally, we are able to propose solutions for bottle air cleaning.
Companies within the packaging industry will become more and more concerned on operational costs, demanding for technical solutions which are at the same time flexible but durable. In this sense it will be crucial how easy machines can be operated, quick and simple changeovers, low energy and maintenance costs.
Also, packaging in general, and plastic bottles in particular, have become key elements of our customer’s marketing strategy, thus unscrambling machines have to be able to run bottles which are more sophisticated in shape, design and materials. Machinery produces have to canalize innovation efforts to answer these requirements, that’s why PackFeeder is cooperating with customers and suppliers to offer the unscramblers which match these demands.
In PackFeeder’s stand at EMBALLAGE 2012, companies within the packaging industry interested to find solutions for their plastic bottle unscrambling needs, will find information about our whole range of unscramblers and orienters, but we will focus our presence at the Fair to show the last innovations on bottled feeding into pucks.
We have seen a growing demand on differentiation, reason why containers are more sophisticate, requiring unscrambling machines able to position them into pucks to obtain an optimal circulation during the process.