ORBIS Europe to present sustainable and reusable plastic packaging solutions at LogiMAT 2023

ORBIS Europe to present sustainable and reusable plastic packaging solutions at LogiMAT 2023

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ORBIS Europe is exhibiting LogiMAT 2023 (April 25-27 in Stuttgart) – an international trade fair that showcases intralogistics solutions and process management.

At booth 4G64 in hall 4, ORBIS Europe will showcase its line of sustainable and durable reusable plastic packaging solutions, which are suitable for various industrial sectors. These sectors include consumer goods industries, such as food and beverages, manufacturing industries such as automotive, and the transport of dangerous goods.

"Our plastic packaging is designed around the circular economy concept," says Jürgen Krahé, Senior Commercial Director EMEA. "With our products, companies reduce CO 2 emissions and avoid waste." Our transport packaging is durable, is bought back and recycled after use.

Visitors to ORBIS Europe's booth can expect to see the following products:

  • Plastic pallets for the food and beverage industry: These plastic pallets were specifically designed for transporting aluminium cans, glass and plastic bottles, and other rigid packaging. They provide comprehensive protection against contamination or damage, as well as efficiency advantages in automation.
  • Reusable packaging solution PlastiCorr®: This plastic box can replace boxes made of corrugated cardboard 1:1 in automated packaging lines. Its service life is 70 times longer than that of disposable packaging, and it retains its original quality and functionality even after multiple uses.
  • Large load carriers made of plastic: The GitterPak® and XXLPaks are ideal for transporting heavy loads in the manufacturing and automotive sectors. These robust large load carriers can be loaded with up to 900 kg and protect the parts being transported with their wall design. They can also be folded and stacked for more efficient transport and storage.
  • Secure Dangerous Goods Containers for Solid Dangerous Goods: The UN-certified IonPak® was specifically designed for transporting lithium-ion batteries and other solid dangerous goods (packing group II). Depending on the version, the gross payload is 477 to 915 kg in accordance with RID/ADR, and an individual inner packaging solution ensures comprehensive product protection.

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