At ProPak Asia 2020, from October 20 to 23, Sidel will showcase its newest agile and market-tailored innovations at booth AD01, in Hall 1010 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC), Thailand. Placing a special focus on line design and its compact, high-performance equipment and service solutions, the company will also be exhibiting its latest sustainable end-to-end packaging innovations, designed in the spirit of circular economy.
Dominique Martin, sales vice president, South East Asia and Pacific, Sidel, said, “2020 has been a challenging year for our industry. Therefore, we are happy that ProPak Asia is still happening, giving us the opportunity to connect with our customers from the region both personally and virtually. Being the number one international trade event for food, drink and pharmaceutical processing and packaging technology within South East Asia Pacific, ProPak Asia will be an ideal platform for us to bring the combination of Sidel’s global footprint paired with our expertise of the local market to life, promote brand awareness and introduce our latest innovations.”
“Also, we are especially looking forward to be welcoming visitors and prospects via the BE Place online tool, which the organisers are providing this year to offer a full virtual ProPak experience to everyone who cannot travel to Bangkok in person at the moment,” added Martin.
One company – many future-proof solutions
At this year’s trade show, the company will especially highlight its competencies in line design, presenting market-tailored packaging innovations and new agile solutions, designed to increase sustainability, reliability and performance as well as flexibility throughout the entire production process:
The next generation Super Combi Compact allows for a footprint reduction of up to 30 per cent compared to the previous Super Combi model. At the same time, this new solution also excites with its efficiency enhancement for still drinks production thanks to the new filling technology of the Sidel EvoFILL HS Still, which guarantees a 30 per centfaster filling performance. Super Combi Compact integrates five process steps – preform feeder, blower, labeller, filler/capper and cap feeder – into an all-in-one, compact and smart system that delivers continuous top-level performance of up to 54,000 bottles per hour (bph).Furthermore, the new Sidel EvoFILL HS Still filler comes with proportional filling valves, controlled by electro-magnetic actuators, ensuring the best hygiene and control of the complete filling cycle.
The product marks another new and compact solution by the company that allows producers to deliver perfect empty, labelled PET bottles. The system incorporates the strongest features of the modular Sidel EvoBLOW and EvoDECO technologies with the advantages of an integrated configuration for fast, safe manufacturing and decoration of premium and/or lightweight PET packaging at up to 48,000 bph.
Accordingly, the Combi BD stands for optimum packaging quality and integrity: Dispensing with the need for conveyors significantly reduces the risk of bottle damage. Also, having no infeed screw on the labeller – which accommodates roll-fed or pressure-sensitive labels (PSL) –ensures that the labelling will leave no marks on the bottles, even on specially shaped ones.
Another big company highlight at the show will be the Sidel Aseptic Combi Predis, the integrated blow-fill-seal-filler solution with dry preform sterilisation, which ensures an aseptic production that is flexible, cost-effective and safe. Moreover, the company was the first to receive the United States Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval for this patented technology. The solution sits among the many innovations across the line and beyond that champions the company’s commitment to help producers reduce their environmental footprint because the dry preform sterilisation technology does not require any water and uses only minimal amounts of chemicals in the production process.
New ‘End-to-End’ eco-packaging alternative for still water
Beyond the mentioned solutions, visitors to the company’s booth may also have a first-hand experience of the new, prize-winning co-packaging concept AYA, which reinforces the company’s commitment to sustainability, offering a new ‘End-to-End’ packaging alternative for still water.
AYA– which has already been awarded with the prestigious World Food Innovation Award (WFIA) in the category ‘Best Drink Packaging Design’ this year –is a 220 ml water bottle with a targeted weight of just 5 g. It is blown from 100 per centre cycled PET (r-PET) preforms and comes with a snap-on tethered cap to additionally reduce plastic pollution. The bottles’ distinguished V-shape offers innovative packaging alternatives in terms of compactness and reduction of secondary and tertiary packaging materials well-suited to optimise logistics.
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