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Fameccanica, Optima celebrate 50th Paksis machine milestone
Published October 16, 2013
Back in 2003 Optima and Fameccanica formed an alliance for Paksis machines. Since that time 50 Paksis machines have been delivered worldwide and on July 25, 2013 the two companies celebrated this important milestone. All members from the two delegat… Read More »
Equipment Review: Hygiene Machinery
By Steve Katz, contributor
Published January 2, 2012
A look at activity in the segment. Read More »
Hygiene
By Leah Genuario, Contributor
Published August 9, 2011
While "fashion-ability" is the most obvious hygiene packaging trend, some of the largest trends are less visible. Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published August 12, 2010
disposable goods manufacturers and the machinery suppliers who serve them respond to the need for less is more packaging, cutting edge designs and a brand new day for hygiene. Read More »
IS TWO BETTER THAN ONE?
Published June 1, 2005
partnerships lead to questions over the future direction of the packaging market Read More »
INDEX 2011
Published June 8, 2011
A look at what exhibitors showcased at INDEX 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland. Read More »
Published April 13, 2011
System can make thin pads with high SAP content. Read More »
Published March 16, 2011
INDEX 2011 Preview rn rnAplix rnBooth 1250 rnAplix makes mechanical fasteners for baby diapers and adult incontinence products with plants in France, the U.S. and China. Aplix will exhibit its complete line of innovative fastening solutions at INDEX… Read More »
By Sandra Levy , Associate Editor
Published January 24, 2011
hygiene machinery specialists are building faster, more efficient systems to meet manufacturers´┐Ż pressing demands for product enhancements and cost efficiencies Read More »
By Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor
Published January 19, 2009
Considering the current economic environment, maybe equipment suppliers' description of today's hygiene market as evolutionary (rather than revolutionary) isn't so bad after all. Read More »