Sponsored text: Cama Group to showcase state-of-the-art packaging, industry-wide knowledge and partnership capabilities

Anuga FoodTec 2024 – 19-22 March – Cologne – Hall 7.1 Stand: B040 C041

Cama Group, a world leader in the design, supply and evolution of end-of-line secondary and tertiary packaging technologies will showcase its highly agile multi-industry, multi-format packaging machine capabilities at this year’s Anuga FoodTec event in Cologne.

On display will be an IF296 monoblock packaging machine, tailored to the precise needs of a leading European confectionary customer. Comprising a tray-forming unit and loading unit, the monoblock machine is one of a series being delivered to the customer following multiple repeat orders.

Exhibiting all the design cues, impressive performance characteristics and industry-leading reliability of Cama’s Breakthrough Generation (BTG) technology, the monoblock concept combines the very latest digital, servo and robotic technologies in a reduced-footprint machine that is capable of handling multiple packaging recipes.

In operation, the loading unit receives cartons coming from two independent upstream Cama cartoners. Two robots – designed and developed in-house by Cama to cater for the precise needs of packaging applications – are used to phase and prepare the cartons collations, which are then picked and placed into the trays in a wide variety of pre-determined arrays, depending on batch-based recipes. Machine throughput is 360 cartons/minute.

Designed to deliver the best possible uptime, operational equipment effectiveness (OEE), and total cost of ownership (TCO), the modular design of Cama’s monoblock solutions is capable of further evolution as the operator’s needs change, so investment value is always maximised.

Supporting and delivering even greater flexibility and agility is the integrated AR functionality. This gives operators more intimate, intuitive and unrestricted insights into the machine’s internals, enabling and supporting far more effective and efficient training, operation, batch changeover, maintenance and spares identification & ordering.

Visit us: Hall 7.01 B040 C041


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