Sacmi has entered into a cooperation agreement with Robopac to strengthen its technological capabilities in the end-of-line field.
Robopac will support Sacmi to advance its end-of-line automation and logistics operations in various industries, including beverage, tissue, food, home and personal care sectors.
Established in 1982, Robopac offers stretch film winding technology for its customers.
With a production of 7,000 machines per annum, Robopac exports its 70% of products to the main international markets.
Sacmi has selected Robopac to focus on its resources oncore sectors/operations, specifically in the beverage business.
The new solutions resulted from the deal will also benefir Robopac's technological-manufacturing hub in Castel San Pietro in Bologna, which is Italy's packaging valley.
The hub also features TechLab research facility, which is specialized in the packaging, palletized load stabilisation and customer consultancy fields.
Sacmi Imola president Paolo Mongardi said: “Entrusting Sacmi Packaging's end-of-line activities to a partner of acknowledged excellence.
“will allow us to focus attention and resources on Beverage plants and machines (bottling, labelling, container production, cap and preforms), an area that has enjoyed steadily growing market shares and seen Sacmi's visibility on world markets increase significantly.
Robopac CEO Enrico Aureli said: “We're delighted that Sacmi has chosen us for this new partnership.
“It highlights, once again, that our company is a global player and a much-appreciated technological partner in the logistics and end-of-line fields, providing solutions that maximise manufacturing plant performance.”
Image: Sacmi has collaborated with Robopac to advance its end-of-line automation and logistics operations in several industries. Photo: courtesy of Sacmi.