Flexxing its might
Canadian PackagingAutomation Robotics Rockwell Automation Somic America Inc. SOMIC-FLEXX III
The new SOMIC-FLEXX III multicomponent packaging machine can easily collate, group and pack stand-up pouches
The new SOMIC-FLEXX III multicomponent packaging machine from Somic America, Inc. was specifically designed to provide a high-performance solution to the new North American retail challenges with a new concept that that combines the ability to pack primary packages in a flat, nested position or a standing display orientation. According to the company, the machine is designed to utilize both single and multicomponent packaging: one-piece corrugated blanks for standard wraparound shipping cases, and two-piece tray-and-hood format for retail-ready product presentation. Equipped with the latest generation of industrial automation components from Rockwell Automation, the high-speed flexible machine can easily collate, group and pack stand-up pouches, flow-packs, rigid containers and other packages in open or wraparound trays, paperboard cartons, trays with covers, and many other packaging formats.
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