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80% reduction in materials?
Banding for a sustainable world
Less waste, less plastics, less material
Sustainable bundling, labelling and/or sealing, with just a strip of paper or film. It is possible with Bandall banding machines. The word sustainable takes on a real meaning. Not only because you can easily save 80% of packaging material, but also because you are working with a very sustainable organization. Bandall is playing its part, worldwide. For over 30 years.
What is banding?
The sky is the limit
Banding is the process where one or multiple products are wrapped with a thin band of paper or film. This is done by using a banding machine. An efficient technique for applications such as bundling, labelling or sealing. The band can be used both printed and unprinted. With a wide range of banding machines and additional options, an infinite number of applications is possible in almost all markets.
WreppieS give FoodIncentives an impulse
A band seals Rolls & Bites
Under the brand WreppieS, FoodIncentives produces tortilla wraps for the aviation industry, among other things. Because of the Covid19 pandemic, they have expanded their market and product range to retail. The WreppieS Rolls & Bites require packaging with a sealing label. Bandall and Specialist Printer Max. Aarts provided a solution with a well-designed pre-printed band.
What is banding
Print & band
Our colleagues Nick and Stijn show the basics of the Print & Band concept.
The Multi-Width option makes it possible to use different band widths on one machine.
Replacing shrink film
With the Bandall triple head machine, plastic packaging is replaced by a paper band.
Blinds packaged neatly and quickly
Novatrade produces insect screens and window decorations for the business to business market. The company has recently started to package the window decorations using a Bandall banding machine. This saves the manufacturer materials and time.
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"Banding is faster and cheaper"
Thanks to the switch from a cardboard sleeve to a printed band from Specialist Printer Max. Aarts, fishmonger Klooster is able to save time, materials, and storage space.
L’Oréal switches from shrink film to banding
The French company L’Oréal previously packaged three boxes of hair products in shrink film. This is now done with a cross band banding solution using paper. By printing a barcode on the band during the banding process, it eliminates the need for a separate label.
The new Bandall TRLS
Bandall has developed a new fully automatic bundling machine. This modular build machine is the answer to the common wish to automate, flexibility, and efficiency.
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Den Bosch, The Netherlands
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands