After two years of enforced closure, 2022 will see the resumption of trade fairs with physical attendance in the packaging sector as well. ALTECH is enthusiastically preparing to attend Ipack-Ima, which will be held at the Milan-Rho exhibition centre from the 3rd to the 6th of May.
Ipack-Ima is a trade fair specialized in materials and machinery for processing and packaging, and has become synonymous with technological innovation and international attendance.
ALTECH, specialized in the design and production of labelling machines, will be in attendance, showing off its most recent innovations in the material identification and labelling sector. Attendees will be able to get their hands on the company’s latest products at Stand C25, D26 in Hall 4.
More specifically, visitors will find the following new products on display:
• An ALline E/C linear system for front-back labelling of flat and elliptical bottles. The system on display will be equipped with a special feature – an electronic system able to change between formats on the machine simply by bringing up the recipe on the display, relieving the operator of the need to make most mechanical regulations.
This new system is not, however, a spectacular idea developed only to amaze attendees, but is actually a device which can already be ordered from the range of available options for ALline labelling systems.
• A newly designed ALcode P system, able to print and apply labels to pallets at multiple positions and heights. The system, which will be exhibited as a concept, is based on a programmable robot arm which offers exceptional flexibility, and can be easily reprogrammed to satisfy a multitude of pallet labelling requirements.
The ALTECH stand will also feature numerous other machines representative of ALTECH’s selection of labellers, from the range of labelling heads (recently overhauled, and also available in industry 4.0 version) and the ALcode print/apply series, through to a system for labelling food trays and a wrap-around labelling system for vials and syringes. All systems will be exhibited fully operational, as per ALTECH tradition.