Top-loading cartoner NeoTOP 1604
for the medical industryfor the pharmaceutical industryautomatic

top-loading cartoner
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Characteristics

Type
top-loading
Applications
for the medical industry, for the pharmaceutical industry
Other characteristics
automatic, compact, high-speed, servo-driven, with partition inserter
Throughput

160 p/min

Description

Toploading cartoners with Partition At Körber, we package pharmaceutical products more than safely: beyond that our packaging solutions are sustainable, environmentally conscious and patient-friendly. Your benefits: • Flat cardboard and partition blanks – printable on both sides • Secure automated erecting and gluing • Secure product insertion process (100% verification after insertion) Over the entire manufacturing and logistics process, this results in concrete advantages for you as a manufacturer of parenterals as well as your end customers, which positively influence both your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and your Total Cost of Package (TCP). "We design the optimal packaging and create the appropriate packaging line — you get a complete solution." Two-packs, three-packs and four-packs — demand is growing and at the same time requires higher cartoning speeds. Our Dividella NeoTOP 1604 combines high output with maximum flexibility. It can accelerate the production of large batches up to 16 million packs per year. Thanks to the modular design of the NeoTOP family, including the infeed systems for products and booklets, you do not have to commit to one application. "With a speed of 600 vials per minute, a high degree of machine flexibility and 100% carton packaging with dividers that protect the product from glass breakage, the Dividella NeoTOP 1604 meets all our customers' requirements."

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