MIAC 2022: Körber Business Area Tissue presents its innovative ecosystem

MIAC 2022: Körber Business Area Tissue presents its innovative ecosystem
Massimo Grandi, Regional Sales Director, Körber Business Area Tissue.

Technology, innovation, sustainability: these are the themes of Körber Business Area Tissue’s 2022 edition of MIAC, which will take place in Lucca from 12 to 14 October in Lucca, where visitors will be able to deepen their knowledge with the company’s experts.

On the occasion of the three days in the pavilions of Lucca Fiere, from 12 to 14 October, Körber Business Area Tissue and Engraving Solutions will be in stands 108 and 140 to present the innovations, technologies, and digital solutions which are capable of responding to the changing needs of the market, and which make up Körber’s innovative ecosystem.

Strengthened by an R&D that is attentive to the dynamics of the tissue world and to the requests of customers and partners, Körber Business Area Tissue has developed a business model that allows to integrate in a single solution all the technologies involved in the tissue converting process: from raw materials to the finished product, all the way to distribution logistics.

Thanks to its role as strategic partner, the new philosophy offered by Körber Business Area Tissue is a turnkey solution and aims to simplify the entire tissue manufacturing and packaging process.

The Körber ecosystem is able to connect all the machines that constitute the production line, including those made by companies outside the Körber Group, from the unwinding of the parent roll to palletization. The machines can also be controlled through a dedicated software, the Sam Flow, which monitors the process and is able to self-adjust the main production parameters to obtain the maximum production efficiency possible given the desired characteristics of the finished products.

On 13 October at 10.30 at the MIAC conference room, visitors will be able to learn more about the Körber ecosystem in a speech by Massimo Grandi, Regional Sales Director, Körber Business Area Tissue.

“Sustainability, efficiency and profitability are the issues that have pushed us and continue to push us to constantly improve by offering our customers and partners solutions that can best meet their needs. Being a single entity that is able to help customers at 360 degrees — whether devising the best technological combination according to specific market needs, or helping define the layout by making the best use of the spaces available in the plant — is an added value for us, and Körber ecosystem is going precisely in that direction”, comments Massimo Grandi.

 


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