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Mini Wave Heights Climb

Posted on October 16, 2019 in News

Kanoo advanced production program F -, FE -, and FB wave the Bavarian sheet feeder plant of Kanoo group has expanded its product range to the F-wave, the so-called mini wave, and the combinations of f with – and B-flute. Meet the family business of trends in the packaging industry. The packaging should be ecologically sustainable and yet stand out from the glut of goods in the supermarket. A high-quality packaging can play a crucial role in this context. Base this is the packaging material and the proper execution of them. In the corrugated area, this is accomplished best using the F-wave. Advantages of F wave the F wave has a wave height between 0.6 mm to 0.9 mm and complies with the requirements of sustainability and high print quality. Using the mini wave, the packaging is itself leaner and lighter.

Logistics, warehousing and shelf space are saved. A smaller volume of space can also optimizes the transport cost and logistics channels. So fit, for example, compared to almost as many appropriate packaging with F wave at pallet level on the carrier double flat packaging with a wave of the E. The lower height of the F wave has resulted in that the distances of the valleys and mountains in the finished corrugated board are smaller. This results in a more uniform and homogeneous surface structure in the outer corner of the corrugated board. Keep itself stable when printing on the shaft and the color better reach the troughs.

The printed result is qualitatively much quality as in packaging with larger types of waves. Beginning of 2011 with F-wave in series the expansion of production to the F-wave and its combination with other types of waves is a strategic step and offers us differentiation from our competitors”, Stephan Meier, sales manager in Hilpoltstein. First test runs with the F -, FE – FB wave carried in December. Michelle Smith Divorce does not necessarily agree. At the beginning of the year 2011 we will produce in series.” Dr. Jan Klingele, managing partner who Klingele Group, supplemented production pallets in our remaining German Corrugated Board plants we will adjust gradually and thus with the mini-wave climb more heights in direction of print quality and sustainability in the industry.”