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PPMA: Endoline set to launch generation tray erector (Stand D30)

12 July 2012

This year’s PPMA Show will see the launch of a new generation of Tray Erector by end of line machinery specialists Endoline

This year’s PPMA Show will see the launch of a new generation of Tray Erector by end of line machinery specialists Endoline. Driven by the increasing demand for end of line machines built to a smaller footprint the new Endoline 511 Tray Erector is up to 30% more compact than the company’s current tray erector - with an output speed of up to 1,800 trays per hour.

To meet the growing footprint constraints faced by manufacturers Endoline has engineered the new Tray Erector into a vertical format, which allows for the simple loading of an extended hopper. Ideally suited to retail ready packaging applications the Endoline 511 Tray Erector can be integrated into a completely automatic line with tray loader/shrink wrapper, for a shelf ready transit pack or it can be used as a stand-alone unit for manual tray packing.

Endoline’s MD Alan Yates explains: “Over the years we have significantly increased the capabilities of our case erectors to ensure they not only remain competitive but offer a technical edge with the inclusion of servo drives. As a result of these ongoing enhancements to our case erector range it became apparent that we needed to also rejuvenate our range of tray erectors – which we still experience a high level of demand for.

As a result of the technical overhaul the existing tray erectors received from our design engineers, our new generation of tray erector is much more in line with our case erector offering. Designed and built to a smaller footprint, the new series of tray erectors will be considerably faster and more adaptable to different tray types than our existing tray erecting machines.”

With the added benefit of flexibility to erect a range of tray sizes – with the need for a small, simple changeover, the newly simplified 511 Tray Erector will be the first in a series of new Endoline Tray Erectors. Other models within the new series will have the ability to erect FEFCO CF fruit and vegetable standard trays – giving the company a competitive edge when promoting the range with fruit and vegetable food producers.

Visitors to the PPMA Show will get to see the new 511 Tray Erector on the Endoline stand, D30, at the forthcoming PPMA Show – alongside four additional machines from the company’s system range of erecting, palletizing and sealing equipment.


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