HAVER-Group: New trade fair concept at the INTERPACK

The HAVER Group will present itself in a modern and open way from 12.‑18.05.2011 at the INTER­PACK in Düsseldorf. Using 3D staging new innovations from HAVER & BOECKER and its subsidiary companies BEHN + BATES and Feige will be introduced at a 500 m2 (Stand No. 12D08) stand in Hall 12. One highlight at the trade fair will be the ADAMS 2000. Since the introduction of the HAP-Technology (Fig.) for the environmentally friendly filling of powder-type products in watertight PE bags, the advantages of optimum product protection, extended storage times, cleanliness throughout the entire supply route, and a rugged packaging that markets now recognize have been clearly demonstrated. Now customers can benefit from the ADAMS 2000 thanks to its continuous rotating system and improved product compaction, gross weight system and bag-check system, which contribute to a significant increase in performance.




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