How Packfeeder automates the feeding of filled bottles to secondary packaging lines.
When we think about the initial head of a packaging line, almost all of us think of empty containers, without cover or label. It may seem even illogical for a packaging line to start with bottles that are already filled with the final product. But this does happen, and although it is not the most common it is more frequent than it seems, since there are not a few companies that have the filling and labelling or cartoning processes separated. This separation is classically known as primary packaging (filling) and secondary packaging (cartoning and equivalents). Continue Reading →