Economic growth alone is not enough to secure a liveable future for all of us. What is needed are new shared visions that put people and nature at the forefront – and especially with regard to business goals.
In this new issue of SEQUENCE, you will find out how we are now combining our people-oriented and considerate approach with a new aspiration – our “Schubert 2050” vision – in order to help shape this far-reaching change.
In this issue of Sequence, you will find many examples of how we can support you in our partnership and how, together, we can set out on a journey towards a more sustainable world of packaging. You will find out more about new resource-efficient packaging, our in-house packaging development and our technical solutions for the use of sustainable materials.
The future is connected, that’s what we at Schubert are convinced of. Automation and digitalisation are two buzzwords that have preoccupied the packaging industry for years. They motivate us at Schubert to bring new digital solutions and robotic technologies into the market that will inspire you and us. Find out more in the new issue of Sequence, the magazine about Schubert Packaging Machines.
The lightline Pickerline focuses on key pick & place applications – with all the efficiency and quality you expect from a Schubert TLM system. Thanks to the preconfigured sub-machines, the lightline Pickerline is not only more affordable, you also benefit from short delivery times and fast set-up.
Consisting of preconfigured sub-machines, the lightline Flowpacker packages naked, pre-packed or trayed products in flowpacks – with all the efficiency and quality you expect from a Schubert TLM system. The attractively priced packaging machine is conceived for specific product and packaging formats.
With the lightline Cartonpacker, we are offering you an attractively priced packaging machine that is designed for specific product and packaging formats. Consisting of a single module, the machine packs products in cartons in the smallest of spaces – with all the efficiency and quality you expect from a Schubert TLM system.
We have always stood out with our capacity for innovation, the high quality standards we set for all our processes and the appreciation that we show our customers, suppliers and employees. Our most recent accolades confirm that we are on the right track with this strategy.
Innovation is our passion and drive for sustainable growth. In 2017, we built 126 packaging systems for customers from a wide range of industries around the world, whereby we repeatedly installed our latest module, the Flowmodul. This success confirms the importance of our innovative technology in the marketplace, setting new standards in terms of flexibility.
Last year, we began volume production of our top loading TLM packaging machine without an electrical cabinet. Since then, about half of all new machines we sell have this design.
Passion, courage and a pioneering spirit – this is what Schubert has embodied over the past 50 years.
Schubert is an “idea factory”. We are never satisfied with the status quo. Instead, we always question how things are done and strive to continuously elevate the standard. This opens up new opportunities and raises the benchmark, which in turn helps us improve your competitiveness.
in the industry, the name Schubert stands for quality, flexibility and innovation. The list of Schubert inventions seems endless.
Continual development ensures that we always have a technological advantage which enables our customers to design their packaging processes to be ever more flexible, efficient and cost-effective. In 2012, 120 packaging lines were delivered. Schubert's principle of a simple mechanical system, intelligent control and swappable tools was applied consistently with each line.
Exactly one year ago, we saw the number of incoming orders rise to twice the normal amount. In the months following last years Interpack we found ourselves in the same position again, despite being in the midst of another crisis. When I think about the crisis, I think of countries spending more than they earn.
The year 2010 was quite a particular year for us. The year was characterized by the biggest financial crisis since World War II on the one hand, and by the most important development since top-loading machines exists on the other.
Once again, I'm sitting here in Canada writing Sequence, a sign that yet another year has passed. One more precious year, a commodity of which we have too few. 2009 was a very eventful year. Apart from the economic crisis, a lot has happened over the past 12 months. You can read about the most important issues affecting Schubert here.