Gerhard Schubert GmbH

The answer to countless individual beverage packaging

Between 12 and 14 November 2019, Schubert will once again be present at the KHS booth at the BrauBeviale in Nuremberg. The focus will be on the jointly developed Innopack-TLM block solution, which is popular among beverage manufacturers thanks to its high-level efficiency and exceptional flexibility.

The Innopack TLM block solution developed jointly by KHS and Schubert scores highly with beverage manufacturers thanks to its high-level efficiency and exceptional flexibility.

The Innopack TLM system from packaging specialists KHS and Schubert is the definitive answer to an almost infinite number of packaging variants in the current beverage market. With the interface-free combination of a TLM packaging machine from Schubert and a KHS packer, manufacturers in the industry have already been able to in part double their performance in the filling and packaging process. The highly flexible, compact system offers a wide range of bottle and end-packaging formats for efficient packaging solutions. At the trade fair, a TLM erecting station for cartons will be presented as a sub-machine. On site, the Schubert experts will demonstrate the many versatile possibilities the Innopack TLM offers the beverage industry.

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