SYMACH to Exhibit at Emballage Packaging Exhibitions

TERNEUZEN, The Netherlands – From November 17 until 20, SYMACH Palletizers will co-exhibit with parent company Thiele Technologies at Emballage Packaging Exhibitions in booth 5a N 073. Emballage, held in Paris Nord Villepinte, hosts over 100,000 professionals from 100 countries, focusing primarily on the packaging industry. Visitors include major clients in the sectors of food, beverages liquids, beauty personal care, health, and many more.

As over one third of the show’s visitors will be international, Emballage provides one of the packaging industry’s best opportunities to meet with professionals worldwide. SYMACH Palletizers will show custom-built solutions in palletizing systems for optimizing efficiency in logistics chains at Emballage.

With many years of experience, SYMACH Palletizers has references in palletizing systems for all bags, trays and boxes for the agricultural, industrial feed and food industries and the chemical industries. It offers knowledge and expertise at every stage of the palletizer from design and construction through installation and maintenance.

In early 2014, SYMACH Palletizers became part of Thiele Technologies, a global leader in cartoning and robotics, case erecting, palletizing, bagging and bag converting equipment. Thiele, a member of the Barry-Wehmiller family of companies, has European headquarters in Brussels (Belgium).

ABOUT BARRY-WEHMILLERBarry-Wehmiller is a diversified global supplier of engineering consulting and manufacturing technology for the packaging, corrugating, sheeting and paper converting industries. Our balanced approach to the market is made possible through ten interactive divisions: Accraply, Barry-Wehmiller International (B-WI), BW Container Systems, BW Papersystems, Design Group, Hayssen Flexible Systems, Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC), PneumaticScaleAngelus, Synerlink and Thiele Technologies.

By blending people-centric leadership with disciplined operational strategies and purpose-driven growth, Barry-Wehmiller has become a $2 billion organization with 8,000-plus team members united by a common belief: to use the power of business to build a better world. To see how, go to  

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