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Bosch Packaging Technology Opens New Customer Solutions Center in Netherlands

Bosch Packaging Technology has opened a new customer solutions center in the Netherlands for vertical packaging.

Located in Weert, the new center will enable food and non-food producers to select a complete vertical system solution for their packaging operation.

At the center, the company is showcasing various systems for the confectionery, chocolate, nuts, snacks and powder industries. Experts will also available for on-site consultation at the facility.

Bosch will exhibit three standardized system solutions for nuts and confectionery manufacturers at the new customer solutions center.

The company will display an advanced system solution with stand-up bag styles in shelf-ready cases for producers preferring shelf differentiation and convenience at the point-of-sale.

Bosch’s flexible system solution, which offers nine bag styles in various cases, will also be exhibited at the centre. Its another system solution equipped with the vision-guided robot can pack up to 500 pillow bags per minute.

The company will also display entry-level system solution and high-hygiene option for manufacturers of different powder products such as baking, infant milk, flour, soya, maizena and non-food powders.

In addition, the firm will exhibit Kliklok-Woodman’s system solution, which can be used to pack salted snacks such as potato chips and tortillas, while Kliklok’s protective system solution has been developed for crackers and cookies producers.

Bosch Packaging Technology general manager Leon van de Wiel said: “The opening of the center at our Weert site marks a new era in customer relations and service for Bosch.

“Well known for our bespoke vertical packaging equipment that is used in the most challenging applications, we are now applying decades of experience and expertise to developing standardized, almost “off-the-shelf” system solutions for value.”

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