Top-Loading Cartoner offers flexible multi-package filling.

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Suited for pharmaceutical packaging, Model T 2060 TopLoader handles all tasks related to erecting, feeding/filling, and closing of multi-product packages. Each filling module is 1,200 x 1,535 x 1,950 mm, and when strung together, form personalized machine that can meet virtually any multiple component package need.

Original Press Release:

Uhlmann T 2060 TopLoader Features Unmatched Flexibility in Pharmaceutical Cartoning

Provides unlimited filling of multi-packages across a wide range of formats

TOWACO, NJ - Uhlmann, a worldwide leader in pharmaceutical packaging, offers the T 2060 TopLoader, an innovative modular-design packaging machine that has the capability to handle all tasks related to the erecting, feeding/filling, and closing of multi-product packages. The T 2060 is a joint venture of Uhlmann and Harro Höfliger.

With the unmatched flexibility to accommodate changing package designs and dimensions as well as changing product requirements, the T 2060 TopLoader was developed to help pharmaceutical companies bring new products to market quickly and economically.

Each of the T 2060's filling modules is 1200 x 1535 x 1950 mm. When strung together, they create a "personalized" machine that can meet virtually any multiple component package need. In addition, the T 2060 features GMP-conforming construction, uncompromising pharmaceutical design, short changeover times, exceptional ease of operation, fast format changes, easy cleaning and low maintenance, and complete suitability for process networking.

Uhlmann has its U.S. headquarters in Towaco, New Jersey. With products that include thermoformers, cartoning systems, line-monitoring and control systems, and downstream packaging machinery, the company provides the North American pharmaceutical industry with sales support, service technicians, on-site training, parts inventory, tool manufacturing and rebuilt machinery, and on-site engineering for full time line integrations. For more information, contact Alexander Mayer at (973) 402-8855 or e-mail


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