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Rockwell Automation showcase their potential at interpack 2014

05 March 2014

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Rockwell Automation showcase their potential at interpack 2014Rockwell Automation hope to steal the show at interpack 2014, thanks to OEMs showcasing over 215 new and enhanced machines running on Rockwell Automation-based automation, motion, process and safety systems.

With Interpack being an important event for the launch of new and innovative packaging technology, it will come as no surprise to learn that such a large number of machines at the show will be running discrete and integrated automation, motion, process and safety systems based on Allen-Bradley products from Rockwell Automation.

In today’s competitive environment, the packaging industry is demanding innovative machines that easily integrate into plant-wide infrastructures. It needs flexible and efficient equipment that increases business agility, optimises productivity and helps end users to achieve sustainability objectives — all while lowering total cost of ownership.

Finding the right machine builder is critical to the success of manufacturing operation and, as a direct result of this, machine builders from around the globe are designing machines running Rockwell Automation systems in order to enjoy a competitive advantage and make them as attractive as possible to highly demanding end users.

At this year’s event, Rockwell Automation will be helping to foster and formalise relationships between machine builders and manufacturers by acting as a conduit to match customer needs with new and proven, high performing, innovative offerings from a variety of established machine builders.

In addition, the Rockwell Automation booth (Hall 06 Booth A61) will showcase the company’s technology along with multimedia presentations showing this technology in action across the globe. Industry specialists will also be on hand to discuss customer needs at all stages in the production chain.

Join Rockwell Automation at Interpack where company specialists will help you take the first step towards identifying the latest technology, illustrate how Rockwell Automation has conquered the varied and demanding needs of the industry and then introduce you to machine and equipment builders. For those with limited time on their hands, a full literature suite will be available as will the ability to arrange follow ups and site visits.

The company’s dedicated website will help you plan your visit and to identify key priorities so that, as an end user, you can connect with OEMs.

This approach from Rockwell Automation mirrors the official objective of this year’s event – the entire value creation chain; from production and refinement of packaging products and packaging materials, through packaging and distribution, up to quality assurance and consumer protection. Rockwell Automation has products, capabilities and examples of OEM successes at every step and can illustrate this with multiple success stories.

In 2011, the show saw 2703 exhibitors from 59 countries and 165,141 visitors including 60 per cent from outside of Germany. This year these numbers could be even bigger. As an exhibitor or a visitor you need to use your time effectively and efficiently; and with Rockwell Automation as a conduit all the hard work has already been done.

To learn more about automation, motion, process and safety systems from Rockwell, visit the company at the Rockwell Automation Connection Point, interpack 2014 – 8-14th May, Düsseldorf, Germany, Hall 06 Booth A61, or go to www.rockwellautomation.co.uk.

 
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