IMA group set to unveil latest industry solutions at Gulfood

From this weekend at Gulfood Manufacturing, the IMA Group is set to showcase a range of key industry packaging equipment solutions industry sectors including for the confectionery and snacks segments.

As the business noted, the region’s markets have continued to demonstrate exponential growth, with the trade show event returning between November 7-9 after being unable to be held in 2020 due to the pandemic.

IMA’s team will be glad to outline the latest developments and the comprehensive range as well as the sustainable packaging solutions and digital technologies that embrace corporate projects.

The company, which will be appearing at Hall 5 – Stand B5-28 at Gulfood, is a key designer and manufacturer of automatic machines and complete lines for the processing and packaging of food and dairy products thanks to a high technological profile and the ability to offer tailor-made solutions to satisfy the most sophisticated requests of the market.

Among lines on show will be the form, fill & seal machine Hassia F600 for sachets is focused on easy-to-use packaging for liquid and pasty products. It offers a key solution for convenience packaging.

In addition, the company’s sachet machines are intended for packaging your high-quality pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and food stuff products. The range of possibilities and output ranges is extensive. Anything is possible with up to 16 tracks. Processing typically at speeds of up to 78.600 sachets/h, the F600 can be designed to comply with customer-specific or product-specific requirements.

Furthermore, the IMA FLX HUB is where the production of all machines in the flexible packaging chain converge. The Flexible Hub develops everything needed to process all types of flexible packaging for the food sector as well as other industries including pharma. The full array of leading technologies is brought together in one facility, where a onestop supplier drives the quest for excellence, sustainability, as well as constantly researching innovative solutions and new eco-compatible materials.

During the exhibition, visitors will also have the possibility to know more of its corporate IMA Zero project. This includes all practices already in place, plus those we are currently implementing, and has the ultimate goal of minimising environmental impact in industrial manufacturing, promoting and creating a working and living habitat that always puts people at the centre. On the spotlight for the market IMA NoP (No-Plastic Program) is one of the four programs of IMA Zero and promotes eco-friendly plastic substitutes for the packages manufactured on the Group’s machines.

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