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Gainsborough Engineering – Automatic packaging machinery engineers

30 July 2012

Located in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, on the Corringham Road Industrial Estate, Gainsborough Engineering Ltd was founded over 40 years ago. Primarily an engineering company that specialises in the manufacture of vertical form fill and seal machines, this innovative company also manufactures conveyors and rotary volumetric cup fillers.

Gainsborough Engineering Ltd designs, manufactures, assembles, tests and installs all of its revolutionary machines. In-house the company has design and detail facilities as well as a comprehensive electronic software facility where it’s highly experienced staff write programmes for Gainsborough and associated equipment.

“We have a Service department that commissions the equipment and trains the operatives and engineers on how to use and programme the machines/systems. Service Contracts are available to all customers,” Sales Director Adrian Shenton tells us.

Gainsborough Engineering Ltd’s range of vertical form fill and seal machines is based on a modular concept in which the frame size is determined by the bag size. The optional components are then selected by the user enabling them to achieve maximum flexibility in their choice of machine requirements to match their specific needs.

Further flexibility within the range enables the user to specify the type of drive, pneumatics, plc and electronics. Block Bottom attachments, Valve Applicators, Gas Flushing, Carry Handles, Tear Strips and a choice of printers are just a small example as to what the company has to offer.

The highly reputable company has a programme of continual improvement and agents that sell throughout Europe, the African Continent and Southern Hemisphere. Recently new Agents have been appointed to cover Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Russia.

“We are actively looking to take on pro-active agents and work in close harmony with other key engineering companies that work within mainly within the food/ingredient sector,” says Adrian.

Due to Gainsborough Engineering Ltd being a privately owned company that manufactures its own equipment, it is able to be flexible in order to satisfy its customer's needs. The majority of those working for Gainsborough Engineering Ltd have worked within the packaging industry for many years. This means the quality of advice and experience that the ground breaking company can offer its clients is second to none.

“Our product range covers the entire packing arena from grammes up to 25 kilograms. We are active within many industries; food (fresh and frozen), liquids, powders and solids, hardware, pharmaceutical, confectionary, electrical and building industry.”

Wish to know more about the innovative Gainsborough Engineering Ltd? Then why not telephone 01427 617677 to speak to a member of the dedicated team.


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