BOLOGNA, Italy – To be closer to its customer’s needs and to renew the corporate image, during the past months ACMA has launched several activities, from updating the product portfolio, to service and communication operations.
The latest addition is the new classification code of the machine portfolio: short names, including market segment, technology and speed.
A new language, which goes side-byside with technological innovations.
ACMA solutions are focused on flexibility and waste reduction, to guarantee efficiency and meet the market’s requests.
ACMA, part of the Coesia Group, will showcase at Interpack in Düsseldorf a wide range of machines, confirming its ever-increasing commitment to consumer goods solutions.
All-round solutions for the consumer goods market One complete coffee line, a tea lines, and two confectionery solutions: this is the machine range that the Italian company will showcase at Interpack.
The offer for the confectionery field will include the CW 600 F, the latest addition to the multi-style machine family, and the CW 800 R, for round chocolates, heir of the well-known and reliable 880UNI.
For the tea field, ACMA will present the TD 300, the latest addition to the double chamber bag packaging range, with a renewed design, enhanced performance and a new unique packaging format.
Last but not least, the complete coffee line, the ultimate testimony to the company’s commitment to the capsule filling sector. In this case, the company will showcase the capsule sealer and filler QI 500, the QW 200-H and the QC 60 for secondary packaging.
But that’s not all.
ACMA continues to innovate all its technological sectors, from flow packing to bottle filling, not to mention the fold wrapping applied to the personal care.
An Open House at the Mazzoni LB headquarters will be held simultaneously to Interpack, to launch the new soap wrapper, SW 700 D, developed to be included in Mazzoni soap lines, and interconnected with their new printing machine, STUR Ultra. Stay tuned for more!
Showcasing 90 years of experience
Machines will not be the only protagonists at the stand: the company will hold a seminary to divulge its know-how.
ACMA’s experience gained in over ninety years of activity, along with the competences shared with the Coesia Group, have granted a unique technological legacy to the company, which allows it to be an ideal partner for projects at different levels of complexity: from the integration with single units within pre-existing production plants, to the design and installation of multiple lines, taking into account several aspects, such as packaging design, production space layout and material/energy savings.
The seminar will focus on this aspect, by presenting material saving applications, obtained by employing advanced technological solutions and innovative production processes.
ACMA will be present at Interpack, Düsseldorf Messe, at Hall 6 / E31-D57.