New and proven systems for filling, palletising and packing
Published by Joseph Green,
Since 1952 Möllers Group has been developing the Full Line. High Quality. The Full Line systems pack approximately 55 tpy of polymer-granulate – this impressive share of the total market speaks for itself. At the trendsetting K plastics fair which takes place from 19 – 26 October in Düsseldorf Möllers Group will be presenting itself as market-leader – with new and proven topics on filling, palletising and packing in hall 10/ stand 10-B64.
Möllers Group, located in Beckum, Westphalia, positions itself - with a unique World Class Performance concept - as strategy-partner for the plastics industry. Experience, specialist knowledge and expertise which are founded on the installation and support of around 3000 installations on the world market.
Möllers had already impressed the market in 1973 with its trendsetting idea and a prototype of replacing the pallet as a load carrier with the "pallet" employing film. Since then the system, awarded as environmentally-friendly and economic, has presented its patented, palletless, counter-hood stretch dispatch unit – in which the film itself is the unit’s load carrier, transport security and weather-protection in one – with around 150 systems installed worldwide. One of many active contributions to the chemical and petrochemical industry, actively caring for the environment and cost-saving for customers. Its flexible configuration makes manufacture of alternative dispatch units possible for varying requirements in worldwide goods transport.
The palletless technology from Möllers bundles greatest demands from the sphere of economy, logistics and sustainability.
Adapted from press release by Joseph Green
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/26092016/1952-mollers-group-developing-full-line-327/
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