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/ins . • IIoT platform “toii” is an in-house development that connects machines of different makes and generations • Due to predictive maintenance the platform is also supposed to forecast the necessity of machine services in the future • Processes can be planned and coordinated optimally and flexibly
/ins . A new, unique solution enables profitable ecological cultivation in urban environments
/ins . The Supplix procurement system by Lerbs relies on Bedrunka + Hirth automatic vending machines.
/ins . Baden-Württemberg, June 2017. For 200 years, the bicycle has provided us with envi-ronmentally friendly mobility. The history of this revolutionary invention from Germa-ny begins on 12 June 1817 in the city of Mannheim. Today, the bicycle is one of the predominate forms of transportation the world over. For the 200th year anniversary of the “first bicycle ride”, Germany is looking back to the origins of individual mobility and to the place where it all began: Mannheim, today the third-largest city in the state of Baden-Württemberg –. Baden-Württemberg, in particular, is celebrating the bicy-cle’s bicentenary in 2017 by hosting many special activities and events.
/ins . On 21 – 22 June 2017, the trade fair CosmeticBusiness opens its doors in Munich to present the latest innovations for the cosmetics industry. We are pleased to announce that Kotkamills will be exhibiting for the first time at this trade fair to present our unique AEGLE range of packaging material solutions for the world of cosmetics.
/ins . AQUALUC S:OLID with polyurethane-ceramic encapsulation .
/ins . Machines for shaping 3D components in different work planes.
/ins . Originally designed for fuel saving, Nanol’s additive now enters completely new areas of use
/ins . Cost efficiency, compliance with environmental regulation and safety are important for soft foam manufacturers.
/ins . One of the world’s most widely used forms of packaging – the blister pack – can now be made totally in paperboard. Two major benefits are reduced environmental impact and less consumer rage and self-injury. Blister packs are made to hang on a holder in the retail store and often consist of a paperboard backing plus a moulded transparent plastic front section to display the product to the consumer. The Norwegian converter Moltzaus’s ingeniously designed Cefapac improves both the pack’s environmental performance and its openability, and has already won awards.