You want to have a look at KOCH’s entire portfolio? Or maybe eco-friendly packaging formats like the cyclePac® mono-material packaging, blisters made from sustainable film or formable paper, and customized, productive machine solutions? Are you particularly interested in the next generation of medplus machines? Or wish to know exactly what innovations “C” refers to with respect to the new blister machine KBS-C medplus? Or eager to learn more about the new K 4.0 smartpacks with their perfectly combined, digital services?
Under this motto, you will experience KOCH, our products and services in a new way over two days, as if you were personally visiting the booth at KOCH:
Experience machines in live operation, take facts & figures with you to follow up your visit, listen to expert discussions on various topics, or enter the specialist dialogue via video call.
Find out now about the highlight topics of the virtual trade show!
One spotlight at KOCHlive is on the sustainable packaging of consumer goods. Here, KOCH intelligently brings together all aspects according to the “package the smart way” principle:
cyclePac® packaging is based on cellulose. It is 100 percent recyclable and suitable for sturdy, tightly closed everyday products. Such packs offer plenty of space for brand presentation and options include inlays to hold the product in place, hanger holes, a stand-up base, perforations, or opening aids. Refinements for the appealing presentation of high-quality products include embossing, window without/with bio-based film, printing, and lacquering. If requested, we only use FSC-certified cardboard made of recycled paper.
Another example from our expanding portfolio of environmentally friendly packaging forms are blisters made of sustainable films – either completely, or using a high percentage of recycled or bio-based material. These films, such as RPET, bio-PET, or PLA, can either be returned to the material cycle or are biodegradable.
How safe and productive sustainable packaging can be will be demonstrated on the sealing machine KS-PL, as well on the packaging machine KBS-PL. Equipped with a linear pallet transport, this system is ideally suited to produce large batches. At the trade show, it will be simultaneously processing three sustainable packaging solutions from KOCH’s expanding portfolio.
Both systems excel in the large format and sealing area, for example, large stand-up blister packs or hanging blister packs with Euro hole. They are also characterized by a pallet conveyor that can be loaded manually or by a robot. The user-friendly and accessible design gives you total control over the production process at any time.
Experience the sealing machine KS-PL live during highly productive packaging.
The highlight is compact and individual design. This machine offers a perfect solution, especially for small space requirements.
Even in market segments with high hygiene requirements, packaging with cyclePac® cardboard shell can meet sales requirements. The use of dust flaps is one of many solutions. After erection, the cardboard shell is sealed with the cover card and distributed. Depending on customer requirements, product handling can be implemented manually or automatically.
In live operation, you will see the KBS-PL packaging machine, which presents three sustainable packaging solutions at the same time.
The highlight is the individually configured automation and handling solution, which offers an overview, especially for KOCHlive.
The cardboard packaging consists of two cellulose-based components: one part is the cyclePac® cardboard shell, which can be designed individually according to customer requirements. In this case, the cardboard shell has been punched for sales reasons to improve the visibility of the product. After erection, the hood is sealed with the backing card and then distributed.
Classic blisters offer unbeatable sales arguments. Among other things, the product can be presented attractively and safely at the point of sale. The blisters can be made from sustainable films such as RPET.
The 3D deformation of cellulose-based materials is one of the package types of the future. In the application example, molded fiber packs are sealed with a cover card. The technology completely dispenses with the use of plastic materials.
Another one of the highlights of KOCHlive is the new blister machine KBS-C medplus. First and foremost, C stands for character. For an innovative machine concept that ensures reliable, productive packaging of small batches. C also stands for compact, where high format diversity and a small footprint are ideally combined to enable the processing of a wide variety of medical devices and pharmaceutical products. And finally, C stands for clever. For innovative processes in heating, forming and sealing that reduce film consumption in the process and optimize the quality of the blisters.
Digital service packages for more productivity, increased availability and optimized overall plant effectiveness.
The K 4.0 smartpacks can be used individually to meet your customer requirements.
Your goals are our yardstick – the potential for added value must be recognized and tapped.
The reduction of unplanned downtimes and the permanent reduction of maintenance costs are particularly important to us.
Contact us! We look forward to individual advice.
No matter where the discovery trip starts or ends, at the machine stations you can watch a live demonstration where you can track the packaging process step by step and witness the technical innovations close up – all the while accompanied by experts. Specialist videos provide in-depth information and a touch table permits interactive access to the new K 4.0 smartpacks for greater productivity, higher machine availability, and optimized overall equipment effectiveness.
To round off the event, guests are invited to download a Facts & Figures package, and we also have some 20 sales professionals on call throughout the entire two-day trade fair event to ensure that there are always sufficient experts with a green (available) status to directly answer any questions and engage in “tech talk” with our guests.