‘Keep it simple and flexible’. That is Branding by Banding partners, Bandall and Max Aarts', most important message at next's week's Fruit Logistica.
This simplicity translates into sustainable packaging and banding solutions using - on balance - as little packaging material as possible. Various unique banding examples will be on display at Fruit Logistica. "Consider banding cardboard trays of fruit and vegetables," says a spokesperson for the companies. "The products are held firmly in place by preprinted bands."
"And therefore arrive on location undamaged. That is not so for many alternative packaging methods. The flexibility is also due to the option to print variable information onto the bands during the banding process. Such as language changes, recipes, barcodes, or packaging data. Printing is possible over the band's entire surface area."
Bandall and Max Aarts will showcase a wide diversity of options. Banding can be applied directly around fruit and vegetables. "This renders many other types of packaging redundant. Not only plastic bags, but additional labels, tapes, elastic bands and metal clips - the list goes on and on," says the companies' representative.
"In short, a visit to the Branding by Banding stand is a must if you would like your packaging process to be as simple, sustainable, and flexible as possible. Clients all over the world have been benefiting from Bandall's reliable banding technology for 30 years, along with specialist printer Max Aarts' extensive knowledge of banding materials.
Bandall and Max Aarts can be found on their Branding by Banding stand during Fruit Logistica, located in Hall 3.1, Stand B-01. Or call for an appointment or more information:
For more information:
Bandall / Max Aarts
Tel: +31 (0) 852 735 840