A wide range of packaging and processing machinery, materials and associated technology will be launched at Auspack 2009 including the new laser coder from Thermal Coding Australia and some new enviro products from Sancell.
Thermal Coding Australia is launching the new Macsa iCON small character laser coder.
According to Peter Cumberlege, Sales Manager for Thermal Coding Australia, the iCON laser has been specifically designed for small character coding applications, currently being coded by inkjet coders.
“The iCON laser is being offered at a price lower than existing inkjet coders allowing manufacturers to make the change to a reliable and no consumable form of coding.
“It is reliable and easy to use and because it has no consumables, offering a very low cost-of-ownership with none of the existing downtime and maintenance issues currently experienced with inkjet. It is clean, leaves no mess and has no solvent emissions,” Cumberlege said.
Sancell will introduce new and improved 100% Oxo-Biodegradable side opening bags. The bags come with a high slip inner surface for easy packing. The new custom sizes Enviro Protecta Bags now have stronger tamper evident seals to enhance security of goods in transit.
Also on show will be Sancell’s new Enviro continuous Bubble Tube for customised tube protection. Its premium quality cushioning allows for maximum protection of products by minimising damage to the products. To make packing more convenient, Sancell has made this product high slip in the inner surface.
Sancell will also display its new EnviroOffice Rolls to suite wrapping and packaging of office applications. The 100% Oxo-Biodegradable rolls come in custom sizes to suit different applications. As Sancell understands that the office environment can be messy and cluttered, this product offers a convenient storage box for easy storage and access.
Auspack will be held from Tuesday the 16th through to Friday the 19th of June 2009 at the Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney Olympic Park.
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