Paper wrapping is the future
It is no longer a matter of debate that packaging magazines and printed matter in paper is the future. In more and more European countries, this is prescribed by the government. Buhrs was the world's first manufacturer of paper wrapping and packaging systems. Solid systems with a very long lifecycle. We recently we have refurbished a Buhrs 3000 packaging system for our partner OK Solutions with an upgrade for paper wrapping. This system was bought by Veldhuis Media in The Netherlands.
Paper industry Adriaan Dekker focuses on the market segment for packaging in paper . In that segment, they have carried out various material tests on various packaging lines for paper wrapping, including at Buhrs. The paper cover is becoming increasingly popular in e-commerce and print & mail. One of the latest projects in collaboration with Nic Oud was the printing of the paper cover of PrintMatters and the packaging of the magazines on a Buhrs packaging system. Everything to the full satisfaction of the client.
Buhrs DPS improve the efficiency
For the second largest beer exporter of the World Buhrs developed – together which partners Nobleo Technology and Ferag AG – a Depalletizer Singulator (DPS) as an automate part of the packaging line. Goal was to reduce manual work (ergonomics) and truck movements in the packaging area (safety) and improve line performance. The Buhrs DPS is working very well and customers in the food and beverage industry are now looking where they want to installed new systems to improve their efficiency.
Well-filled order book
Buhrs is doing well. “Our order book is well filled up to the beginning of 2022,” says managing director Dick Verheij. “The assignments for the coming months are very diverse. Varying from the conversion of 15 foil packaging systems to banderole packaging to the development of a completely new system for packaging internet orders. This brand new Buhrs e-Wrap system will be ready at the end of this year. In addition, this autumn we will be supplying various paper packaging systems in the Netherlands and two large fully automated lines for selective packaging of direct mail, magazines and door-to-door advertising to Japanese customers.”