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Focke & Co. Showcases Modular Stacker FSX And Highly Flexible Packer (HFP) Slim

April 10, 2011

Focke & Co. focuses on footprint and flexibility.

Focke & Co.– General Packaging, a turnkey supplier for packaging equipment in the nonwovens sector continues to march on with its commitments to the marketplace with the premier of new developments at INDEX.

Continuing on the recent release of the Highly Flexible Packer (HFP), the company has further enhanced this machine with a new version, the HFP Slim, with a smaller footprint based on market demand.

In addition, Focke & Co. is unveiling the revolutionary FSX Stacker.

The newly developed FSX Stacker confirms the company’s commitment to create a new standard in the global marketplace with the highest operating speeds.

Listening to the different global market needs and delivering a modular design with the utmost in flexibility, this solution can be coupled to bag-packaging and/or carton packaging solutions all within a compact design. The small footprint of this new technology cannot be compared to anything on the market today.

The HFP Slim offers the same benefits and advantages as the standard HFP solution for gentle handling of sensitive products as well as the open architecture for viewing the entire packaging process. Modularity, flexibility, fast format changes, and a reduced total cost of ownership highlight the list of criteria why companies have already chosen this new technology as their future benchmark of packaging.

Focke & Co. will also debut the Golden-i. This hands-free head-mounted computerized system is controlled with speech recognition and allows the operator to fully control remote PC connections anywhere. This is another milestone which will enhance the ability for the company to support its users anywhere.

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