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Robotic unscrambler with pucks

The pickFeeder Series unscramblers are consolidated in their version with pucks system

5 years ago, thanks to the constant aim of innovating in the packaging industry, the Packfeeder’s team presented the robotic unscrambler for containers with 1-2-3-4-5 robots. What started in that moment, has already been consolidated both in the version with delivery to a classic conveyor and in the version with delivery and placement in pucks. Continue Reading →

Packfeeder joins Rotzinger Group

ROTZINGER concludes agreement with PACKFEEDER

  • ROTZINGER Group AG, Switzerland, has taken over PACKFEEDER SLU, Spain
  • Tomàs MULET VALLÈS, founder of PACKFEEDER, continues supporting the business
  • ROTZINGER is committed to further develop the business in the long term

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Robotic or mechanical bottle unscrambler: which one fits better my needs?

Aspects to consider in a bottle unscrambler

At Packfeeder we have always dedicated ourselves to unscrambling bottles and our long history supports the effectiveness and reliability of our equipment, but the way we do it has changed over time. With the intention of adapting to the continuous and frequent changes in the demands of our clients, we have been introducing and designing new technologies. At first, obsessed with offering ultra-simple solutions, all of our bottle unscramblers were mechanical, but since 2015 we also have a line of robotic unscramblers. For different needs, different technologies. Continue Reading →

New needed services for this new situation

Assistance and FAT on remote to avoid travel

The current situation has forced us to adapt to the new circumstances. In this adaptation process, some of the services we offered have turned out to be an advantage, but we have also had to think of new solutions. In our case, the remote assistance that we already had implemented has been a very useful tool and without a doubt necessary. But we also have had to implement new services such as the option of doing FAT tests on remote. Continue Reading →

Posicionado de envases llenos de productos farmacéuticos.

Unscrambling filled bottles, when is used?

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 →

Packfeeder and the new global packaging scene

Unscrambling and orienting bottles automatically: an essential activity in the current context

A few months ago, no one would have thought that there would be a “new normality” and that at present we would be used to it. Our habits have changed, we are guided by new rules and we are all more aware of our actions’ impact. Now, is everyone’s responsibility to try to make this situation last as minimum as possible. Continue Reading →

Módulo orientador de botellas

Bottle orienter module integrated to the unscrambler

In Packfeeder we not only unscramble bottles, but we also orient them.

In today’s packaging industry, there are a multitude of bottle shapes, geometries and finishes that adapt to the different needs. We have the bottle’s shapes that respond to ergonomic functions and needs, usually with indents, handles and other elements for easy grip and handling. And, forms due to reasons related to the product or the marketing strategy, which usually generate label positions and asymmetries of special bodies.

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Unscrambling cardboard containers.

The companies bet on cardboard containers

The packaging industry will have to adapt, as Packfeeder adapts to unscrambling cardboard containers

Until now the packaging industry revolved around plastic, but every time there are more variety of materials to use for all kinds of containers and bottles. In large part, this change emerges from that the sustainability and environment have turned into everybody’s concern. The consumers demand products with low environmental impact and the brands are listening to them.

One of the materials which are being more and more used is cardboard and many companies have already bet on it. Besides, is getting introduced in unexpected sectors that traditionally didn’t work with this format.

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Equipo Packfeeder y alguno de sus colaboradores en nuestro stand deFachPack 2019

Bottle unscrambling experts at FachPack 2019

FachPack, is one of the most representative trade shows of technology and packaging in Europe.

FachPack 2019 took place, as always, in Nuremberg from the 24th to the 26th of September. On this occasion, the main topic was sustainability and the motto “environmentally friendly packaging”. About 1.600 exhibitors, between them Packfeeder as a specialist at the bottle unscrambling, were there showing their products and novelties. Moreover, was the 40th anniversary of this trade show, so there were a lot of surprises. Continue Reading →

Posicionador robótico de botellas y envases Pickfeeder.

The new robotic bottle unscrambler Pickfeeder

Innovation and experience into the new Pickfeeder bottle unscrambler

In Packfeeder, once again, we have done the innovation as our reason for being. Our commitment to efficiency has taken us to design a new unscrambling system with robotic technology. The Pickfeeder robotic bottle unscrambler has been the result of joining innovation with more than 40 years of experience in the packaging sector.

Versatility has always been a challenge for us and now we believe that we have answered it. The new Pickfeeder bottle unscrambler is the most versatile and fastest on the market.

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