Slip Sheet Inserter helps stabilize cases of bottles.
March 19, 2008 -
Inserting paperboard, chipboard, or corrugated slip sheet between layers of 8 oz plastic bottles, slip sheet inserter eliminates slippage and prevents bottles from nesting into lower layers. Machine is capable of inserting 10 sheets/min and can be incorporated into any Thiele Pak Tek caser, creating fully integrated system capable of packaging more than 400 bottles/min. It can also be used to upgrade existing caser systems.
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Thiele Technologies, Inc.
315 27th Ave. N.E.
Minneapolis, MN, 55418
Thiele Technologies Introduces New Slip Sheet Inserter
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - March 10, 2008 - Thiele Technologies, a leader in packaging technology and equipment, has developed a new slip sheet inserter to stabilize the top layer in cases of bottles.
Individual serving containers have long presented unique challenges to bottlers working within the dairy industry. The new Thiele machine inserts a paperboard, chipboard or corrugated slip sheet between layers of 8-ounce plastic bottles, eliminating slippage and preventing bottles from nesting into lower layers.
Because the Thiele inserter is capable of utilizing various materials for the slip sheets, bottlers are able to maximize flexibility while minimizing cost. Stable placement of bottles reduces potential waste and eases removal of bottles by the end retail or institutional supplier.
The new Thiele machine is capable of inserting 10 sheets per minute and can be incorporated into any Thiele Pak Tek caser, creating a fully integrated system capable of packaging more than 400 bottles per minute. The inserter can also be used to upgrade existing caser systems.
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Barry-Wehmiller Companies, Inc. is a world-leading supplier of packaging, corrugating, and paper converting technology, as well as engineering consulting services, across a broad spectrum of industries. Barry-Wehmiller's balanced and diversified approach to the market is made possible through 10 interactive divisions: Accraply, a leading manufacturer of automatic labeling systems; Barry-Wehmiller Company, manufacturing bottle washers and pasteurizers for more than 120 years; Barry-Wehmiller International Resources, a pioneer in the creation, development, and integration of advanced information technology and engineering solutions; Design Group, a premier supplier of manufacturing automation and engineering consulting services; FleetwoodGoldcoWyard, a leading producer of advanced conveyance technology and material handling equipment; HayssenSandiacre, a form/fill/seal technologies and services leader for more than 100 years; MarquipWardUnited, a leading manufacturer of equipment for the corrugated and folded carton industries; Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC), providing advanced converting, printing, and packaging technologies for the tissue, nonwovens, and flexible packaging industries since 1919; PneumaticScaleAngelus, a global provider for filling, capping, can seaming, labeling, and centrifugation; and Thiele Technologies, a leading supplier of placing, bagging, cartoning, case packing, and palletizing equipment.
In fiscal year 2008, a combination of organic and acquisition growth is expected to grow Barry-Wehmiller's annual revenues to more than $1 billion for the first time in the company's 122-year history, with more than $300 million in markets outside the U.S.