F O O D T E C H PA C K T E C H www.foodtechnology.co.nz 41 Integrated Packaging Group, Australasia’s largest specialist manufacturer and distributor of stretch film wrap and associated products with a factory in Auckland, will be displaying its wide range of products at this year’s FoodTech PackTech Expo. Servicing agricultural and industrial markets, the company’s products provide high quality and cost-effective solutions for protecting a wide range of stock and warehouse goods. Integrated offers products and services to meet almost any packing requirement, General Manager New Zealand Simon Tree says, with the range including solutions for stretch, shrink, machinery and PVC food films. Anyone interested should make their way to stand 3018 for more information. “With a vast distribution network and a well-formed team of account managers and support staff, we can provide a level of customer service that is consistently high and equally accessible to all customers,” Tree says. Integrated has evolved since its inception in 1982 into a far more diverse manufacturer and supplier of flexible packaging. “We engineer solutions for our customers, turning complex problems into simple solutions which we refer to as engineered simplicity,” Tree says. “We are now a leading industrial company manufacturing engineered film products.” Integrated has a strong range of machinery ranging from semi-automatic machines to fully automated lines and individual projects, and continues to bring effective stretch wrapping solutions to the market. It is also able to supply the Lantech range of stretch wrapping equipment from the United States. One of the company’s advanced technological products is the range of Ex-Cell pre-stretch films. Tree says the product is a globally PACKAGING SOLUTIONS SPECIALIST A MUST-SEE AT EXPO HAND WRAP PALLET WRAPPERS MACHINE FILM MACHINE FILMS FOOD FILMS FOOD FILMS SEE US AT STAND 2049 www.integratedpackaging.co.nz | 09 274 4499 | 5 Sir William Avenue, East Tamaki FT150 unique one using a cold orientation process applicable to a large proportion of flexible films, not just stretch films. “It is different from all other stretching processes and delivers thinner films that lower the volume of plastic required to carry out its function compared to conventional films,” Tree says. Take a look at the range at the Integrated FoodTech PackTech stand 2049, or check out www.integratedpackaging.co.nz for more information.
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