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ALfeed

Case studies featuring various configurations of the ALfeed labelling system.

ALTech UK have designed and installed a high volume sachet labelling solution for Montagne Jeunesse, a major manufacturer of beauty products such as face masks and scrubs. The machine has been installed for over 12 months and currently labels more than 750,000 sachets per month. The system has proved to be robust, accurate and reliable, requiring only the renewal of a…

January’s machine of the month is a flat sack feed & labelling system recently installed by ALTech into Trouw Nutrition (formerly Frank Wright), a leading supplier of nutritional products and services to the animal feed industry. Trouw Nutrition are labelling more than 7 million sacks per year and have come back to ALTech for a second ALfeed machine following the success…

ALTech UK have recently installed an ALfeed single hopper pick and place labelling system within Instarmac, a market leading manufacturer of cement and bitumen based products. The machine is designed to apply labels to a wide range of flat format pillow bags (also known as pasted end bags); a product that is typically difficult to mechanically feed. The system runs at…

May’s machine of the month is an ALfeed flat carton labelling system recently installed within Nairns Oatcakes; a well known nutritional biscuit producer based in Scotland. The machine is designed to feed, label and restack flat cartons and sleeves and is used by Nairns to prepare their products for export markets, such as the US and UAE which have specific packaging…

March’s machine of the month is an innovative standalone system for labelling flat corrugated cardboard boxes built for The Authentic Food Company, a leading manufacturer of high quality frozen ready meals and snacks. The machine was designed to apply large multi lingual labels for foreign markets across the corner of the box which were of a size that could not practically be applied…