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The entire production phase is characterised by fully-computerised, ultra-modern, high-technology systems and equipment. These ensure that the intervention of staff is limited to the programming phase, to set the dimensions of the cut and to the subsequent paletisation phase, as well as to the rigorous control of the processed goods.
This is a revolutionary systems that incorporates the latest developments in flexographic technology to offer you a high-quality print, in line and with several colours (including U.V. finish), using quick-drying, water-based inks, which are more environmentally-friendly and suitable to be in contact with food products for humans. This provides an additional guarantee for the food product contained in the packaging, under all aspects. 

Amongst the processing phases that take place within the company, something which is totally new is the ability to create a five-colour design, or four plus a finishing varnish, directly on the plywood, masonite or MDF, by means of a flexographic stencil directed on a sheet moved along by a suction belt: this is ideal for printing on elements used for the packaging of fruit and vegetables in general. This allows for improved graphic quality of the packaging, it makes the subsequent processing phases easier for the Customer and, most importantly, it allows the Customer to save on the final cost of the product.
By contrast, up until today, this type of production has been carried out by combining the fibre with the printed label, resulting in problems created by the humidity which tends to unglue the paper from its support and therefore: 

  •         the packaging cannot take place directly where the goods are produced;

  •         the goods cannot be stored inside refrigerator cells;

  •         the packaging material may not be stored in deposits outside the packaging warehouses.

Finally, this type of processing allows us make designs with a fully-finished background on plywood, something which had never been done before. 

The production-line assembly consists of the following phases:

  1. Cutting the various materials (masonite, plywood, MDF) according to the sizes required by our clients;

  2. Whitening, this is very important step because it prepares the base for a good final print. The processing takes place as the specific goods are passed three times under three rollers, and subsequently dried by means of heating hoods.

  3. The production phase, which follows the printing, consists of the following automatic stages:

  1. The cycle begins with the panels that have already been printed being placed inside a hopper which, by means of chains regulated by sensors, reach the multiple-blade machines and are divided according to the customers’ requirements (needs that are determined by the make-up of the packaging).

  2. Once the cut has been made, by means of photoelectric cells and elements that push the parts along, and according to the number of stacks (strips that have already been printed and cut), the first robot picks the stacks and deposits them on a conveyor belt which leads to the strapping machine, where, automatically and according to a number that has been predetermined by our programmers, the stacks are strapped to form a bundle of several stacks.

  3. The bundle is in turn picked up by a second robot which recognises the code and places it on its pallet.

  4. Paletisation can take place simultaneously with four different types of materials and, once the predetermined height has been reached, the pallet will be carried outside the protective fencing by means of a conveyor belt and the robot itself will replace it with the empty one.

  5. Finally, the pallet is tightly covered with nylon for increased safety during transport and to protect the goods from water.


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