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Sun-Tox Adds New BOPP Film Production Line to Machine Park

Sun-Tox, a Japanese producer of plastic films, has installed a new biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film production line manufactured by German engineering giant Brückner.

The Japanese firm is a member of Tokuyama Group, a chemicals company.

It has been using an existing Brückner line to create a variety of packaging solutions for traditional sweets and pastries, fresh vegetables, snacks and instant noodles.

According to Brückner, the new BOPP film production line which has been added to Sun-Tox’ machine park is a 6.6m wide line.

The film production line will cater to the demanding Japanese market by creating a range of special BOPP packaging films for the demanding Japanese market.

Sun-Tox general manager Toshiyuki Yamaoka said: “To be honest, I never ever expected that we could have good film on winder within only one day after line start-up. But I was proved wrong! We are very happy with this project and with our decision to go again with Brückner.”

Brückner revealed that owing to an extremely smooth cooperation between its team of specialists and the Sun-Tox team, a real model commissioning of the line was possible.

Brückner stated: “Brückner Maschinenbau is very proud of this cooperation, which is more proof of our high quality standards at every project stage.

“Customers can simply rely on agreements and contracts as well as on a smooth production start on time.”

Last month, Brückner reported that Pakistan-based International Packaging Films had launched its BOPP film production at its Lahore facility with a brand new 8.7.m wide Brückner line. The new machine has the ability to deliver highest quality 5-layer BOPP films claims Brückner.

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