Labelling development geared towards ‘individual requirements’ - KHS

By Mark Astley

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Michael Zwilling – head of processing projects at KHS - spoke with reporter Mark Astley at Brau Beviale 2012 in Nuremberg about the company’s new, platform-based labelling system – the Innoket Neo.

According to KHS, the redeveloped system is “geared entirely towards the individual requirements of the companies that use it” ​as users that opt for the use of one single labelling process per machine or combined a number of processes if required.

“KHS offers modular labelling machines – that means labelling machines where the stations are interchangeable – as well as dedicated labellers, which are designed for one principle or the combination of fixed labelling stations,”​ Zwilling told and

“What we see here is the new platform for dedicated labelling. That means the machine here looks similar to a modular one but the labelling stations are fixed and they are not standing on a table like we have with a conventional design.”

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