As part of Phaba's ongoing project to renew its machinery and equipment, the packaging company has restyled its Talco line of bottles for talc and powder. The new innovation and technology has permitted Phaba to update its moulds, and the Italian company is benefiting from both a more efficient production as well as an optimization of resources.
Phaba, one of Italy's primary sources for numerous pharmaceutical and health-oriented packaging solutions, has recently upgraded its machinery to be able to offer better service and faster times to market.
According to Walter Cecchini, CEO at Phaba:
One of our primary goals with this upgrade is to increase factory automation as much as possible, thus reducing times to market. The new machinery also gives us the ability to assure a more stringent level of quality from our mechanized lines. We're investing in a lot of R&D projects at the moment, and our qualified experts are doing their utmost to react to market evolution. This will allow Phaba to reach a higher level of innovation and competitiveness.
Some of the new machines incorporated into Phaba's lines include new presses for the company's popular micro-enema kits as well as new assembly machines for talcum caps.
In order to move forward and renew its equipment, Phaba has also invested in a variety of process technologies. The firm has also engaged in detailed studies on new available technologies, projects concerning the development of automated machineries, and studies on attention to energy saving, all with the very specific goal of improving quality and productivity.
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- Marco Stucchi
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- Created 09 Jun 2016
- Modified 09 Jun 2016
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