• Jet Technologies Bag-in-Box packaging will be one of the solutions on display.
    Jet Technologies Bag-in-Box packaging will be one of the solutions on display.
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Join Jet Technologies at APPEX 2024 on Stand F060, where the company will be showcasing its packaging solutions tailored for a range of products, including coffee, dips and dairy, and Bag-in-Box (BIB) packaging.

On display will be a range of Jet's machinery, including the Goglio G21 vertical form fill and seal coffee packaging machinery, the ILPRA FS5000 Tronic (ideal for juices, dips, yoghurt, pesto, soups, sauces and honey), as well as the Engi-O BIB Machinery, which it says can help F&B companies to gain greater flexibility and cost savings within their production processes.

As a specialist supplier of packaging materials and machinery, Jet says it committed to leading the industry towards a more sustainable future, and is inviting everyone to discuss their sustainability goals for 2025, and explore how Jet’s packaging solutions can align with their environmental objectives. The company recently partnered with Actega to offer its solutions to the ANZ market, including highly abrasion-resistant matt and gloss coatings, coatings for in-mold labels, and the ACTGreen Barrier Coatings.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see Jet’s products in action and learn how the company can support your packaging needs with its expertise and technology. 

Visit Jet Technologies at Stand F060. APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

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