TEK IN PAK: machine building experience for packaging ideas and designs

TEK in PAK srl is a small-sized company that carries forward a machine building experience for packaging ideas and designs, both for agriculture, with the creation of the first machines for corrugated cardboard trays, and for various industrial sectors, for example, the confectionery industry with large containers (8 panettone pandori), as well as the liquid detergent and soft drink sectors with the creation of the Visual Box and related wraparound lines.

This packaging combines a significant reduction in cardboard while allowing for excellent and immediate product visibility, avoiding the need to cut packages for display and sale.

Furthermore, many other packages for different sectors are always used, using paper or corrugated cardboard, which is an ecological and economic material.

As happens with most small companies, to keep up with the times and manage themselves effectively, they must continuously study prototypes, seek appropriate personnel, explore international market demand, and make new choices.

They stop to study another product with great characteristics, evaluating respect for ecology, the ability to contain and protect the product, and the relevant machines for production. Once they find this new product, whether it is material, packaging, or machinery and has no competition, TEK in PAK starts to produce it.

The material they have adopted is PP in its various forms, including CARTONPLAST, BUBBLE GUARD, and other forms. This product has various characteristics such as being food-grade, reusable, regenerative, moisture-resistant, neutral and unaffected by adhesives or other agents.

TEK in PAK has studied its own fastening system, which has led to the construction of various models of packaging without the use of current fastening systems such as adhesives or staples.

They have produced trays for fish, trays for vegetables, fruits, and vegetables that can be watered, American boxes (RSA), or sleeves for pallet boxes.

In production, they also make lines for pallets of large and small sizes (BOX PALLET), which are easily produced since only adjustments are required, avoiding costs for molds and warehouse storage, unlike those on the market so far with fixed sizes.

Additionally, they have a line for interlocking edges, a fully automatic line with corner trimmers and cutters with different radii, and semi-automatic machines. TEK in PAK’s production includes tray-forming machines, tray-forming machines, box bottom welders, and two-head welding machines for large boxes or pallet sleeves.


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