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Kliklok International showcases top load cartoning solutions at Gulfood Manufacturing

08 October 2015

Kliklok International, one of the world’s leading packaging machinery manufacturers, will be joining KayDee Solutions on stand S1-A34 at the Gulfood Manufacturing Exhibition 2015 from 27 - 29 October 2015 to present its top load cartoning equipment.

Available on stand S1-A34, Kliklok will showcase its popular ECT500 glue form carton erector and C1F carton closer, which will demonstrate single flap, tuck-in cartons – a style particularly favoured by global tea producers. The ECT500 is capable of handling an impressive array of carton tray designs from typical four-corner styles to complex and unusual shaped packages – all using a single flat carton blank.

The ECT500 uses a clever four-station rotary turret design to provide carton feeding, glue application, carton forming and finished carton ‘strip off’ at progressive turret positions. Glue application is achieved using either a nozzle jet system or an open pot ‘dauber’ style approach, depending on the customer’s preference.

On the stand, the ECT500 will be integrated with Kliklok’s C1F closer. This machine is a medium to high speed continuous motion automatic closer for hinge cover single flap cartons, where the cover tuck flap is inserted inside the front wall of the carton. Standard features include variable speed and easy size change with minimal change parts required over a wide range of carton sizes.

Live demonstrations at the show will be carried out using cartons currently used by AMS Baeshen & Co – one of the most enduring regional FMCG companies, most famous for its flagship ‘Rabea Tea’ brand. The company, based in Saudi Arabia, currently uses Kliklok’s top load cartoning equipment at its state of the art manufacturing facility in Jeddah to pack a wide range of speciality teas, which are available in over 14 markets regionally and worldwide.

Neil Fowell, Managing Director for Kliklok International, said: “It was great to be a part of the first Gulfood Manufacturing event last year, and we look forward to returning to this year’s event with KayDee Solutions as we expand our presence in the Middle East.  The event is very important for the global manufacturing scene and more specifically the manufacturing industries across the Middle East. It’s a great opportunity to showcase our top load cartoning solutions and meet both existing and new customers at the show.”

Kliklok International has been working with KayDee Solutions, experts in process and packaging solutions, for several years to deliver innovative, customised and high quality solutions and turnkey lines across the Middle East.


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