US-based packaging company Packsize has launched a new engineering platform and packaging architecture for its future on-demand packaging systems.
The company claims that its new global modular architecture (GMA) has been designed to deliver a complete and scalable packaging ecosystem to its customers.
Based on five tenets, namely flexibility, core strength, speed, sustainability and smart approach, the new GMA is said to suit all packaging formats.
Packsize global R&D and product development vice-president John Alpine said: “Flexibility will lead to corrugated packaging advances in customer facilities, as well as savings that Packsize will reinvest in future technologies. The common platform architecture now delivers a modular and rapid approach to machine development.”
The GMS will benefit customers by simplifying installation and maintenance, lowering spare parts requirement and quickly responding to a range of new packaging needs.
The company intends to introduce more products later this year, with the M-Series machine line and accessories to be among the first that will be released.
Packsize CEO Hanko Kiessner said: “Our aim is to make Packsize’s manufacturing more flexible and responsive to changes in the marketplace, which in turn gives customers greater opportunity to grow their business.
“Packsize GMA represents our commitment, partnership, and active engagement with customers across distribution and production marketplaces alike who confront an ever-accelerating pace of change in their material handling operations and supply chains.”