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02.03.2020 First time at interpack for AVENTUS

AVENTUS, Warendorf, Germany, will be presenting its extensive range of packaging solutions at interpack, 7–13 May. Global market leaders HAVER & BOECKER (H&B) and WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER (W&H) have enjoyed a prominent position in the bulk packaging industry for decades. The two companies founded the joint venture AVENTUS in 2018 in order to combine the expertise of both manufacturers. “We are the intersection between both global market leaders,” commented AVENTUS sales director Claus Ohlmeyer. “We are responsible for combining, developing and marketing the two companies’ established technologies for filling and packaging free-flowing bulk materials from one source.” AVENTUS will be presenting this range for the first time at its joint booth, C42 in Hall 15, with W&H at interpack. HAVER & BOECKER will also be exhibiting at Booth A27 in Hall 12.

The key exhibit will be a particularly powerful packaging machine for free-flowing bulk materials. The system is capable of filling up to 2600 x 25kg bags per hour. The unit also benefits from advanced measuring and cooling systems as well as a complete data management system.

An energy-efficient palletizer with a low carbon footprint is another highlight. The packaging system for open and valve bags from the NEWTEC BAG PALLETIZING subsidiary also has low maintenance requirements.

In addition, AVENTUS supplies a variety of services and conversions to help improve service life and efficiency in existing H&B and W&H machines. Amongst various innovations, the joint venture will be presenting an improved filling spout promising a significant reduction in maintenance costs. The packaging specialist will also be showcasing an optimised dosing unit that promises to bring about a substantial increase in output. 

Among the AVENTUS exhibits at interpack will be a powerful packaging machine with an hourly capacity of 2600 x 25kg bags

(Below) AVENTUS sales director Claus Ohlmeyer

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