In the early stages we had the wish to build someday the most flexible packaging machine. It was to be a standard machine, a machine to be built in great quantities. A machine that is able to follow market changes. Over the years the machine assumed more and more concrete shapes documented by the milestones of the machine history.
Presentation of the digital platform GRIPS.world
In the year of its 50th anniversary, the Gerhard Schubert GmbH Verpackungsmaschinen celebrated a world premier for flow-wrapping applications with the introduction of the Flowmodul.
With the 3D scanner, Schubert is the world‘s first manufacturer to offer its customers the ability to create a 3D product image – therefore enabling spatial vision.
The TLM machine without an electrical cabinet is introduced at the interpack show in Düsseldorf.
The first TLM filling machine for liquid and paste products is delivered.
The first TLM packaging machine with fully automatic tool change was presented at the interpack in Düsseldorf.
With the Transmodul, Schubert develops the first intelligent transport robot.
Premiere of the digital TLM packaging machine – the world’s first top-loading machine to be built on an assembly line
Schubert’s VMS packaging machine control system becomes the centrepiece of the top-loading machines.
The continuously operating F-44 picker line with its patented counter- flow principle is introduced.
Schubert begins with the development of their own packaging machine control (VMS).
The world premiere of the SNC-F2 robot ushers in the new era of the CNC machines.
The world’s first praline packing line leaves the Schubert factory.
SSB, the first Schubert modular machine for filling and closing top-loading boxes.
Schubert introduces the first carton erecting and sealing machine (SKA).