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W+D-Langhammer presents a revolutionary bundler at Tissue World Americas
At booth No. 995 W+D-Langhammer will be presenting their innovations in the field of transport and palletizing units and at the convention which takes place parallel to the trade show the CMB202-LA02. This packaging machine combines the flexibility of robot technology with tried and true packaging technology and can process up to 20 bundles per minute. The linear machine design reduces the changeover time for products to a maximum of 10 minutes instead of the usual 45 minutes. In addition the number of necessary format and spare parts have been reduced by approximately 70 percent. An integrable option makes changeovers from flat to upright packs possible.
"We are happy to present our innovations to the international audience at Tissue World in Miami and be able to discuss the latest developments in the tissue industry with experts in the field", remarked Stephan Schlottoff, Marketing Manager at W+D-Langhammer GmbH and speaker at the Conference Sessions. "Tissue World Americas is the only meeting point for tissue professionals from North and South America and the most important trade show of the year for us."
W+D-Langhammer GmbH is a leading provider of transport and palletizing systems. With sites in Eisenberg and Freiberg (Germany) the company employs over 180 employees. W+D-Langhammer's strength lies in the modular construction of its units in the areas of palletizing, pallet transport and unit load conveyor technology - resulting in tailor-made automation solutions for a variety of branches. Primarily this entails the tissue and paper converting industries, but the food, chemical and cosmetic industries are also included.
W+D-Langhammer is a company of Winkler+Dünnebier GmbH and belongs to Körber PaperLink, an international supplier of converting, packaging and intralogistics solutions for many different industries.
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