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Kautex Maschinenbau at NPE 2015/Focus on resource-saving production solutions

Bonn/Orlando, USA – Growing numbers of packaging manufacturers are looking for ways of improving their productivity, while at the same time saving and recycling valuable resources. So at NPE 2015, Kautex Maschinenbau GmbH will be focusing on sustainable production solutions for the packaging market. This leading manufacturer of extrusion blow molding machinery will be exhibiting at the international plastics and plastics technology trade fair at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando from 23 to 27 March 2015.

Light on resources, heavy on performance
With 335 square meters of exhibition space in the West Hall Booth W1551, the Kautex Maschinenbau stand will be much bigger than at NPE 2012. For the first time since 2006, the international extrusion blow molding experts will be showing one of its machines in action, in what is sure to be one of the highlights of the fair. A KBB60D machine with a 2 x 12 head configuration will be used to demonstrate the production of 24 ml bottles for the hotel industry. The all-electric KBB machines have short cycle times and low energy costs, combining resource-saving with top performance. Another benefit of this new range is that they come with quick change systems for fast product changeovers and reduced downtime. These electric machines also meet all the latest hygiene requirements for cosmetic and food products.

Local partners
The Italian company Meccanoplastica srl (represented by Kautex’s US office) will also be exhibiting on the stand. This medium-sized, Florence-based company will be presenting its portfolio of all-electrical injection and stretch blow molding machinery and showing one of its Jet120 machines in action. INCLUDIS Inc. will also be joining Kautex Maschinenbau on the stand. This international software company specializes in web-based Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) for monitoring the production, processes and energy consumption of plastics processing machinery. 
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