Fabbri presented 3 World premieres at IFFA
Fabbri Group chose IFFA 2019 as the main stage to present its new advanced packaging solutions for the Meat Producers worldwide. The first novelty was represented by Automac 40, a packaging machine that responds to the diverse needs of high-volume food processing facilities in terms of usability, speed, versatility, compactness and strength.
Made in stainless steel, aluminium and plastic materials, it is available in 2nd film reel version, allowing for continuous production with minimal interruptions and allowing to pack contemporarily with two different packaging materials such as PVC or Non-PVC. It works with all major stretch films available on the market, reaching the best performances with Fabbri Group’s films in plain form or in printed form for additional communication and branding. It works at a maximum speed of 40 ppm.
Besides that, the Group presented its Instore Software a solution dedicated to the data management of single or centralized weighing systems and labeling systems in the Point of Sale or in packaging rooms. Initially developed to empower the offer of the Fabbri Elixa Libra machines, it is now able to manage entire weighing and pricing systems installed in different or in a single point of sale.
The software is characterized by flexibility and modularity and it can respond to the needs of different company departments, easily managing all the necessary data requirements of the weighing and pricing activities, such as lots with receipt details, food traceability, ingredients, nutritional values, allergens and any other data. The versatile architecture on which this solution is based also allows it to interact, in full IT security, with a wide variety of accessory platforms, ranging from multimedia to apps.
The third solution sits under the concept of sustainability as Biobased Star Film and Nature Fresh Compostable Stretch Films are the new Fabbri sustainable solutions for the meat producers.
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