Efficient packaging solutions for beverage manufacturers
Beverage producers and breweries have been relying on packaging machines from Gerhard Schubert GmbH for their packaging processes for many years.
The TLM systems pack products such as sparkling wine, champagne, beer or soft drinks into a range of different boxes and containers – using fully automated processes. We guarantee high efficiency even with high production volumes and frequently-changing product ranges.
With our comprehensive services, we ensure the highest possible efficiency for the entire lifespan of your TLM line. Schubert Packaging Systems provides expert support for comprehensive engineering services and turnkey solutions.
Seamlessly combined: from the bottling line to the pallet
Packaging is especially vital in the beverage and brewing industry. It needs to fulfil various functions at the point of sale while enabling efficient processing at every stage of distribution. Schubert and KHS offer joint customised packaging solutions that meet all future demands.
The “Innopack TLM” combines Schubert and KHS machines into a compact inline block solution. This saves space when replacing stand-alone machines and reduces transport distances, which are decisive advantages in terms of profitability. Schubert’s Transmodul transport robot plays a key role throughout the entire process. This results in more cost-effectiveness, more flexibility and more convenience for the consumer.
With Schubert’s bottle packers, beverages can be combined flexibly in mixed packs, six-packs, baskets, cluster trays, packages or seasonal mixes and packs. All tasks – from bottling to labelling and grouping, to cartoning and palletising – are merged together.
Schubert’s intelligent Transmodul transport robot plays a key role in the packaging line. Not only does it transport cases or boxes, it also combines KHS’s system components with those from Schubert – simply, efficiently and reliably.
The Transmodul technology eliminates the need for mechanical interfaces between the erecting, loading and closing function units. Nothing is left to chance, and in this way, countless forms of packaging can be easily executed.