Bag Making Machine delivers precise, high-speed operation.
February 8, 2012 -
Able to cycle 400+ cpm, 5750 HS (High Speed) Servo Wicketer produces high-quality stacks of bags. In addition to wicket punch capabilities and threading system, features include seal bar cleaning system that can be programmed to automatically remove debris from stainless steel seal bar to reduce downtime. System offers fast changeovers, low scrap, and is suited for high speed automatic packaging lines.
Hudson-Sharp Releases 5750 High Speed Servo Wicketer to North and South America
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The Hudson-Sharp Machine Company
975 Lombardi Ave.
Green Bay, WI, 54304
Press release date: January 31, 2012
GREEN BAY, Wis. - Hudson-Sharp Machine Company, a world-wide leader in the design and manufacture of plastic bag making machinery, pouch making equipment, and reclosable packaging solutions, has brought the revolutionary 5750 High Speed Servo Wicketer to North and South America. Already the industry standard in Europe, the 5750 HS Servo Wicketer is designed to combine value and versatility, while keeping energy costs low and producing consistently perfect stacks of bags.
The innovative 5750 HS Servo Wicketer can cycle over 400 cpm and offers fast changeovers, low scrap, and consistent bag quality for high speed automatic packaging lines. Its new seal bar cleaning system can be programmed to automatically remove debris from the stainless steel seal bar, reducing down time and increasing productivity. Additional valuable features include the 5750's wicket punch capabilities (thus reducing the high cost of compressed air), its easy threading system and low maintenance costs. Visit www.hudsonsharp.com or email email@example.com to get more information about this exceptional machine.
Headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., Hudson-Sharp Machine Company also has manufacturing and sales facilities in Belgium, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, and the Philippines. Hudson-Sharp builds and markets a broad line of plastic bag machinery, pouch making equipment, and reclosable packaging systems used in a variety of industries. Acquired in 2009 by Thiele Technologies, a Barry-Wehmiller company, Hudson-Sharp is dedicated to helping converters make value-added, high-quality bags and pouches.
For additional information on the complete line of Hudson-Sharp Wicketers, Pouch, Flatbelts, Bottomseal, Continuous Motion, and Inno-LokŪ pre-applied closure film systems, visit www.hudsonsharp.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT BARRY-WEHMILLER Barry-Wehmiller Companies, Inc. is a diversified global supplier of engineering consulting and manufacturing technology solutions in packaging, corrugating and paper converting across a broad spectrum of industries. Barry-Wehmiller's balanced approach to the market is made possible through nine interactive divisions: Accraply, Inc., a leading manufacturer of automatic labeling and label converting and finishing systems; Barry-Wehmiller Design Group, Inc., a premier supplier of manufacturing automation, facility design, and other engineering consulting services; Barry-Wehmiller International Resources (BWIR), a global provider of business and technology solutions to the mid-market manufacturing domain; FleetwoodGoldcoWyard, Inc., a leading producer and supplier of automated can end and product handling equipment, advanced conveyance technology, palletizers, depalletizers, and process equipment; HayssenSandiacre, a form/fill/seal technologies and services leader for more than 100 years; MarquipWardUnited, Inc., a leading manufacturer of equipment for the corrugated and folded carton industries; Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC), providing high-performance converting machinery for the global tissue, nonwovens, package printing, and envelope manufacturing industries; PneumaticScaleAngelus, a global provider for filling, capping, can seaming, labeling, and centrifugation; and Thiele Technologies, Inc., a leading producer of placing, feeding, bagging, cartoning, case packing, robotic, premade bag and pouch, and palletizing equipment.
In fiscal year 2011, Barry-Wehmiller leveraged a strategic combination of organic and acquisition growth to achieve revenues surpassing $1.2 billion. Barry-Wehmiller now employs more than 5,600 team members in over 65 locations worldwide.