Bosch new secondary carton packaging for fragile products
“The new packaging protects the contents from transport damage caused by impact, falls or pressure due to storage in multi-packs or on pallets,” said Bosch.
“The inlay provides optimal protection due to its chambered design; the product is locked in place, which prevents shifting and mutual contact, thus preventing damage to the product.”
“The re-closable, folded carton and the easy removal of the product from the inlay make the packaging very easy to use. Additionally, supplements can be inserted into the packaging.”
“The mono-packaging material used for the tray carton makes the usage of plastics obsolete and therefore saves additional process steps and machinery.”
The packaging is produced on the CUT 120, a horizontal cartoning machine that produces up to 120 cartons per minute.
Bosch claims that its CUT 120 machine can also be easily retrofitted for new applications.
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