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tna showcases 'high performance packaging'

23 September 2010

Food packaging and processing solutions specialist tna will demonstrate its latest integrated systems to the European market at FachPack 2010 in Nuremberg

Visitors to stand 9-307 will see how the company’s latest solutions, including the tna robag 3c bagger and multi-head scale, and the tna intell-flav 2 flavouring system, can improve performance while providing simplicity and flexibility for efficient packaging and production.

With more than 82 million consumers, Germany is the largest food market in Europe. This, combined with current demand in Germany and across the rest of Europe for safe, high quality yet affordable products, presents opportunities and challenges for food manufacturers in the region.

The European tna team will be available on-stand throughout FachPack to help visitors select the best packaging and processing solution to match their specific requirements for foods ranging from snacks, cereals, confectionery and powders to fresh and frozen products.

For unrivalled performance, the revolutionary tna robag 3c vertical form, fill and seal (VFFS) bagger offers high speeds of up to 250 bags per minute. It enables rapid former changes with ‘auto connect’ and ‘unload assist’ features and the optimised stripper tube closer and film control ensure seal integrity and low waste are achieved. This best-selling bagger can be seamlessly integrated with other processing and packaging equipment, such as tna’s multi-head scales for efficient and accurate weighing.

Food manufacturers can now achieve consistent coverage and flavour with the tna intell-flav 2 on-machine (OMS) seasoning system. Its gentle tumbling action minimises product damage while the bias-cut seasoning feeder optimises flavour dispersion and proportionally controlled flow rates ensure consistent coverage, reducing over and under seasoning. Importantly, multiple flavours can be processed on a single line for cost-effective production.

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