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Marchesini Group is opening the doors of its plants to show customers the latest technologies developed in the field of pharmaceutical product processing and packaging. At its Open Door Pharma event from May 2 to 6, the Pianoro headquarters will display a large section of machines and lines able to package various types of products, and will exhibit major innovations in the use of sustainable materials. On request, visitors will also be welcomed to the group’s other divisions within Italy.
The Open Door event dedicated to pharmaceutical solutions will coincide with Pharmintech powered by Ipack-Ima, to be held in Milan from 3 to 6 May. At Stand A34-A44-B35-B45, in hall 2, Marchesini Group will display an MA 80 cartoner equipped to place products in paper trays and an FB220 thermoforming machine with eco-friendly materials. Also on show will be an Integra 720 V, an integrated robotized line for packaging blisters in cartons, and the machines of Dott. Bonapace, which specializes in the pharmaceutical sector and produces capsules, tables, and suppositories, a brand that has recently joined the group.
A large number of innovations will be featured. One of these is the Compact 24, a monobloc machine for filling and capping bottles for tablets, capsules, or pills. Other innovations will include a line for packaging products in stickpacks, comprising a Schmucker MT1300 12-lane stick packaging machine, a stacking and counting system, and an MA80 cartoner.
Visitors will be able to view another line consisting of a CMP Phar.ma machine able to inspect up to 400 vials per min, an RL-F800 high-speed labelling machine with a rotary star wheel infeed system and rotary roller conveyor, and a TM3 machine for bundling vials in trays, with counter function and SEA Vision camera for optical inspection of tray contents.
The Open Door even will also feature liquid filling solutions, including an ML636 monobloc comprising a vial cleaning station and a filling and capping machine for drinkable products. Visitors will also be able to view a versatile ML642 alternating motion filling and capping machine suitable for various types of products, as well as an Opto150 monobloc for packaging all the main types of ophthalmic products on the market.