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Next Generation Group continues to grow in technology for plastic recycling - Ingka Group invests.
With this, KEBA becomes a complete solution provider in the area of industrial automation.
New bottle-to-bottle process for food-contact-grade rPET pellets stands out through highly efficient decontamination, compact design and low energy consumption.
At Fakuma, Sigma Engineering GmbH from Aachen showcased the newest applications of its Sigmasoft Autonomous Optimization, exhibiting at booth A5-5105.
Elmet is the first producer in this segment to offer the option to connect its multi-component dosing system TOP 5000 P to the injection molding machine using an OPC-UA protocol.
The Kistler Group is firmly on course for growth – and digitization. Following the acquisition of IOS GmbH last May, Kistler’s customers now benefit from one single source for everything from sensors to Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES).
Acting in a competitive marketplace, typically impacted by low margins, liquid dairy manufacturers seek innovations to achieve product differentiation and a sustainable business. Guillaume Rolland, Vice President Sensitive Products at Sidel, shares his insights about the benefits of switching from liquid dairy production to BET bottles.
In cooperation with the the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, KraussMaffei Berstorff has carried out scientific tests on mixing systems in several simulation series.
MOL Group and German recycling technology company APK sign strategic cooperation agreement . MOL Group aims to become a regional leader in recycling in line with MOL 2030 strategy.
With a total of fifteen exhibits, Boy presents almost the entire range of its machine program. In addition to the new machine, a Boy 15 from 1968 will also be shown.
Omron Electronics, a leader in the field of industrial automation, has expanded the role of Dr. Klaus Kluger to manage both the Central and Easter Europe Regions.
On 9 July 2018, the design world gathered in Essen, Germany, for the presentation of the internationally renowned "Red Dot Award" for design. These included the Gestica control system from Arburg, whose look and feel won over the 39-strong Red Dot panel of experts.