Conferences, seminars, trade shows, training and more for companies involved in the packaging industry.
Additional resources support ecosystem of automation solutions, products and technology.
The new GRIPS.world digital platform is a total digital package providing maximum production efficiency.
Festo offers up a wide range of exciting new products and technologies provoking both evolution and revolution towards Industry 4.0.
Domino’s Pizza has teamed up with the Ford Motor Company to bring you your pizza via driverless cars. At least that’ll save you having to tip anyone.
Small-town Ontario producer kicks out the jams to make its mark in the North American markets with world-class product quality and cutting-edge packaging automation
Industry 4.0: Festo’s “eMotion Butterflies” bionics to be featured at Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS), September 25-28, 2017.
Venerable Toronto co-packer proud to wave the Canadian flag with a fast-selling brand of made-in-Canada ketchup produced on new state-of-the-art production line
An upstart Ontario mineral water producer puts packaging sustainability at the front and center of its branding message to offer consumers a planet-friendly choice.
New website offers a wide range of new and expanded content and functionality for customers and job-applicants.
With the recent adoption of human safety measures based on standards such as ISO 13849-1 and CSA Z432/434, machine manufacturers and suppliers must evaluate health and safety risks to determine their design requirements and then construct in accordance with the results of the evaluation. ASCO has developed a way of meeting these standards that not only reduce energy losses, but also allows for an actuator by actuator control that makes for a more efficient way of protecting those working with the machines. Watch the video to see and learn more about what all of this means to you and your customers.
Thriving upstart granola bar processor raises its production efficiencies to a whole new level through thoughtful packaging automation and line integration
Food packages: safe, efficient, smart and sustainable—a White Paper supplied by interpack 2017.
New dual-lane high-performance system for single-, pile- and slug-packs provides Industry 4.0 solutions to increase productivity.
Industry 4.0 – From Vision to Reality Concrete Benefits for Industrial Value Chains—a White Paper supplied by interpack 2017.
3D printed fake fruit sensors placed within shipments of real fruit shipments monitor core temperatures in a non-invasive manner.
Hire looks to help build on North American sales, production and engineering.
HARTING’s world-class connectivity products are now available through Heilind Electronics.
Canada’s oldest craft brewer leaps into the future with new high-tech filling lines to boost productivity and reach a larger audience.
Acquisition of EnShape and AQSense expands the 3D vision experience of Cognex in Europe.
Jones is the first folding carton converter in the world to receive Preferred Converter certification for the application of Thinfilm NFC tags to paperboard pharmaceutical packaging for over-the-counter and prescription products.
Minebea Intec (Germany) – a leading supplier of industrial measuring and inspection technology undergoes rebranding, changing its company name from Sartorius Intec.
New facilities mean shorter turnaround for Canadian customers.
Roger Hallett sees company’s strong growth continuing unabated.
Rexroth expands its operations in British Columbia and adds more local sales, engineering, service and distribution support.
Pineberry Manufacturing names Daniel Liverant to the position of sales manager for Latin America and Eastern North America.
Cross-belt sortation solution wins in best innovation of an existing product category.
Without slots and recesses, the second-generation EMC electromechanical cylinder from Rexroth offers a hygienic design.
Roger Lapierre from Schneider-Electric Canada and David McCharles of Pineberry Manufacturing discuss and demonstrate the virtues of “open sourcing” for packaging machinery automation components and spare parts.
Omron open new office in Toronto on March 7, 2016.
Software enables comprehensive, proactive lifecycle management of all material handling equipment assets.