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tna takes hands-on approach to highlight start-to-finish solutions at Pack Expo 2015

27 July 2015

For the first time in tna’s history with Pack Expo, tna will be presenting its capabilities as the only true single source supplier, offering customers complete turnkey system solutions. 

Visitors to the stand will be able to explore tna’s product portfolio of complete solutions including processing and packaging equipment, controls integration and SCADA reporting, via the all new tna innovation station. The company is creating a hands-on environment giving Pack Expo attendees the ability to interact with complete systems, learn about individual pieces of equipment, zoom in and view specific product information and watch detailed product videos. Alongside on stand product demonstrations, visitors will be able to discuss requirements with tna’s global team of 14 experts, including Mark Lozano (national sales manager – North America), Sonia Loeza (general manager – Latin America) and Tim Reardon (processing solutions manager). 

In the spotlight
In the spotlight at booth # 6194 will be tna’s flagship high speed vertical form fill and seal (VFFS) packaging machine, the tna robag® FX 3ci. Visitors will be able to witness the equipment in action and discover how tna provides the ultimate flexibility in packaging. Compact, easy-to-clean and designed to package a wide range of applications at rapid speeds, this cutting edge system improves performance up to 30 percent in terms of output and reducing the number of rejects, while achieving unprecedented throughput rates. While at the stand, attendees can interact with tna experts to learn more about the tna robag’s additional innovative features including the tna intelli-weigh® omega multi-head scale, the patented tna hyper-detect® metal detector and tna intelli-read® bar code verification scanning system. In addition, tna has made it even easier to operate the machine by simplifying the film system. The tna auto-splice® now automatically changes film reels when one is finished, increasing packaging efficiency and product throughput by reducing the need for manual intervention. These are all part of tna’s complete packaging solution for manufacturers.

In addition to interacting with tna’s complete line via the new tna innovation station, manufacturers can experience some of tna’s most innovative equipment on the stand including:

tna intelli-flav® OMS 5: ultimate on-machine seasoning system that can provide both powder flavoring and liquid oil in a single drum to deliver consistent coverage and flavor to your product.

tna roflo® HM 3: horizontal motion distribution system designed to minimize product loss with low force operation and total control over speed and direction.

tna roflo VM 3: vibratory motion distribution conveyor designed to rapidly, yet gently transport any product with continuous product flow, smoothing out any build up for optimal conveying of your product.

FOODesign cryo-jet® 5: Ambient air cooling system for the rapid cooling of baked and fried snack foods using only ambient air.

Controls integration and SCADA reporting: extensive range of integrated controls solutions, site support, project management and training services.

Patrick Avelange, general manager - Americas, tna, comments: “We’re delighted to be returning to Pack Expo, this time with the ability to showcase our complete line of packaging and processing solutions – with products on the stand and via tna’s innovation station. While at Pack Expo, manufacturers can experience how tna continues to bring simplicity, flexibility and performance to an entire food production line - all while getting modular and custom solution ideas from our team of experts.” 

tna booth # 6194, Pack Expo 2015, Las Vegas, USA, 28 - 30 September 2015

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