MULTIVAC PaperBoard: Always a step ahead
MULTIVAC, as one of the leaders in the market and technology, is continuously strive towards developing innovative machine concepts and setting new standards in the market for packaging quality and efficiency as well as the conservation of resources and the reduction of packaging.
MULTIVAC is convinced that the use of alternative materials will create further sustainable prospects for the future. MULTIVAC PaperBoard offers various solutions for the manufacture of packaging from paper fibre based materials. In this regard, MULTIVAC works with leading manufacturers on suitable packaging materials that can be processed in standard systems. The thermoforming packaging machines and traysealers can be individually customised for the respective performance requirements of the customers. They accordingly offer real added value in terms of package quality, output and process reliability. In addition, by means of combining infeed, outfeed and pack labelling modules, fully automated packaging solutions can be offered that fully meet the requirements in respect of efficiency.
For example, both MAP and skin packs made from paper fibre based materials can be implemented on the MULTIVAC systems. The backing material can be processed either as a roll or as a cut sheet; in addition, prefabricated trays can be used. All the materials can be separated into their respective parts by the end user and the paper backing sent for recycling.
Skin packs on the basis of cardboard backing can be produced with MULTIVAC thermoforming packaging machines as well as with traysealers. In contrast to the traysealer which processes cut cardboard sheets, the thermoforming packaging machine can use material from a roll, which makes this technology far more flexible in respect of the design of the packs.
In order to achieve optimal results, MULTIVAC supports its customers with comprehensive pack tests that are then used for a holistic assessment of the packs. MULTIVAC, as a system supplier, offers suitable packaging materials that are designed for processing in packaging machines and at the same time is doing whatever takes for promoting environmental protection.