As part of a project funded by the local government, the Bolognese company has built an end-of-line system for packaging, located inside a detention facility.
Once again the difficulties imposed by the health emergency do not hold back the Cassoli Group, which successfully completes another important international contract.
The installation was completed in Hungary by Nema Automazione, a company of the Bolognese group specialising in the production of industrial machinery for packaging, including solutions for cartoning, bagging, and palletisation.
Located within a detention institution, as part of a project with social purposes financed with state funds, Nema has installed a group consisting of 4 end-of-line machines dedicated to the packaging of large rolls.
The combination of packaging machinery allows the packaging of the individual products, their correct alignment, and possible stacking, the application of the handle, and, through the bagging machine model TC 70 S 12, the realisation of the final packaging of groups of rolls, on which labels, bar codes, and other technical information are applied.
Despite having to face limits and restrictions due to the pandemic, Nema’s technicians were able to complete the entire installation in just one week. Afterwards, always with great speed and maximum effectiveness, they completed the order by carrying out the tests and training the inmates who will manage the use and maintenance of the machines.
At the beginning of July, the plant was inaugurated with an official ceremony in the presence of the Hungarian Minister of Finance.
Great satisfaction expressed by the Government and other clients for the speed and effectiveness that characterised the intervention of Nema, which at the request of the customer was able to bring forward the delivery with respect to the deadlines set initially.