Sacmi is set to exhibit its integrated packaging-beverage solutions at this year’s Djazagro event in Algiers, Algeria, which will be held from 9 April to 12 April.
At the event, the company will exhibit its CCM compression press range for the customers in the compression sector.
The company’s solutions help to produce lighter and better-performing caps and develop integrated cap-bottle systems.
Sacmi will showcase its new heroLINE, which is developed for use in cap and preform production. The new system is said to integrate all the bottling line blowing, filling and labelling processes.
The company will also exhibit new Heroblock system, launched in 2017, which merges all the phases downstream from the line into an all-in-one solution.
Manufacturers can use the system for the production of preform and cap, as well as labelled container.
Sacmi will also showcase Colora cap and D-Match solutions developed for digital decoration of cap and label products.
The company’s subsidiaries CM-OPM and CM-FIMA will exhibit integrated solutions for the customers in the confectionery sector at the event.
CM-OPM and CM-FIMA have already established multiple facilities in Alegeria to provide advanced solutions for the small and medium-size producers in the confectionery industry.
They produce Nano Chocoline small-scale chocolate preparation line for limited production runs, as well as Nano and Nanox moulding systems.
Separately, Sacmi will also exhibit its form-fill-seal (FFS) horizontal packaging solutions for the food industry at this year’s Anuga FoodTec event in Germany.
The event will take place from 20 March to 23 March in Cologne.
At the event, the company will exhibit FFS horizontal packagers in a wide range of configurations for the customers of food industry.
The FFS range, which is available in aseptic and non-aseptic versions deliver output rates from 6,000 containers to 100,000 containers per hour and cover sizes from 10ml to 250ml.
Image: Sacmi will exhibit integrated packaging-beverage solutions at Djazagro event in Algiers/ Photo: courtesy of Sacmi.