Con Pack Systems0845 128 9789
Norfolk, UK based Con-Pack Systems of King's Lynn design, manufacture and install industrial container packaging and conveyor systems for cans, jars, plastic bottles and larger packs such as crates, composite tubes and shrink wrapped items. De palletisers, Depalletisers, De palletising, De-Palletisers, Palletisers, Can dryers, Jar dryers, Can track, Magnetic elevators, Lower ators, Cable conveyers, Cable way, Food industry turntables, Cooker infeeds, Cooker infeed systems, Discharge systems, Discharge retort, Create loader, Create unloader, Con pack systems, Conpack systems, They have extensive expertise within the food, beverage and confectionery, can manufacturing and packaging industries, and can provide the most appropriate container packaging system.
In addition to conveyor systems, Con-Pack Systems also provide a selection of accumulators, palletisers, elevators and lowerators, everything the container packaging industry could require. Our multi-skilled team carry out feasibility studies, design, manufacture and test machinery and electronic controls, complete installation and provide service cover for a wide range of systems from a single conveyor systems to a complete line or entire factory. For a stress free solution to your handling needs please contact the sales office on 01553 763931 or email email@example.com
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East Coast Business Park
Tel: 0845 128 9789
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