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Innovative stretch hood equipment set to reshape end-of-line pallet packaging in the food industry Next Generation Food Industry – August 2011

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Characteristics of the Food Industry Going towards smaller pallet sizes, ½ pallets and ¼ display pallets More unstable loads due to the smaller sizes Significantly higher capacities Display effect / display pallets for improved branding High up-time / high operational reliability Automatic shelving / driverless trucks Economy Film

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HOT COLD COLD COLD Shrink Stretch Tube Stretch Wrapping Hood Wrapping Wrapping Easy Flex Power Flex Power Flex Type W Combi Flex Multi Flex Multi Flex Speed Flex Wrapping Technologies

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Power Flex Multi Flex Stretch Hood Wrapping

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Miscellaneous Product Types and Sizes

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Miscellaneous Product Types and Sizes

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Miscellaneous Product Types and Sizes

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Miscellaneous Product Types and Sizes

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping Going towards smaller pallet sizes, ½ pallets and ¼ display pallets In a stretch hood machine you can run many different pallet sizes Automatic change between film sizes Up to 8 different film sizes with automatic change

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping More unstable loads due to the smaller sizes When stretch hooding you have vertical and horizontal forces in the film Very stable packaging for small and large pallets, without deformation of the load Possible to regulate stability by film size and film thickness

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping Significantly higher capacities Up to 200 pallets/hour

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping Display effect / display pallets for improved branding Display effect – the pallet must not be deformed Display effect – the fully transparent film

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping High up-time / High operational reliability Highly reliable, min. 99% Film roll change - approx. 35 times fewer than with stretch wrapping No change of cover sheet film No bottleneck situations

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping Automatic shelving / driverless trucks Accurate delivery of film on the top part of the pallet No loose film ends Possible to read the bar codes through the film

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping Economy Investment Minimum maintenance Costs per pallet Always the same film consumption per pallet Film consumption – Calculation: 1200 x 800 x 1500 mm pallet 60 micron 0.345 kg 600 x 800 x 1500 mm pallet 60 micron 0.240 kg 600 x 400 x 1500 mm pallet 60 micron 0.170 kg

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping Stretch hood film Increasing number of suppliers, in Europe approx. 15 Possible to have logo on the film, coloured film – perforated film Films from 40-200 my

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Stretch Hood versus Stretch Wrapping Stretch hood film Possible to have a closed top (welded) or open top (not welded) Simple unwrapping in the stores

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Family owned company, established 15.09.69 by Kurt Lachenmeier. Approx. 100 employees, of whom 10% are in the development department. As a general indication, we supply approx. 3 machines per week. Main office in Denmark, sales and service through subsidiaries in England, Germany, Brazil and the USA and trough a wide net of agents. We have delivered more than 1400 machines, of which approx. 900 have been stretch hood. Lachenmeier A/S

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Company Presentation Mission Solely end-of-line film packaging Concentrated effort/Independent advising Be at the cutting edge of development Customer specific - Tailor-made machinery High quality - Operational reliability Front runner - up-to-date technology 24/7 service hotline Lachenmeier means Listening, Learning, Lasting

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Lachenmeier References Beauvais Jam in glass Solan de Cabras Water in PET bottles Brasserie Fischer Beer in glass Macaw Softdrinks – 2 machines Soft drinks in PET bottles Well Well Well Juice in bricks Princes Soft Drinks – 3 machines Juice in bricks Bitburger - 2 machines Beer in PET bottles Masterfoods Food products Unicer Water in PET bottles Gustav Paulig – 2 machines Coffee in bricks Coca Cola – 2 machines Soft drinks in PET & cans Carlsberg - 2 machines Beer in cans Pepsi Cola – 2 machines Soft drinks in cans

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Lachenmeier References Vöslauer Heilquellen Water in PET bottles Interbrew - 5 machines Beer Solarec Milk in bricks Campina Milk in PET bottles Brauerei Beck Beer in cans Eckes Granini - 2 machines Juice in glass Bitburger - 2 machines Beer in PET bottles Meica Ammerländische Fleischwarenfabrik Food products Brauerei Brinkhoff Beer in glass Hochwald Sprudel Schupp Water in PET bottles CO-RO Foods Beverages in boxes Bryggerigruppen Faxe - 3 machines Beer in cans Arla Foods - 4 machines Juice in bricks

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Product: Pasta sauces, filled at 80 ˚C . The product is approx. 60 ˚C , when it is wrapped. Problem: Labels were falling off the glasses, and trays were collapsing due to condensation problems caused by extreme temperature differences between product and outdoor environment – up to 30 ˚C . Solution: Masterfoods chose a Lachenmeier stretch hood machine, type Multi Flex. A perforated film was chosen, allowing the products to “breathe” so the heat could dissipate. During the winter, when the temperature differences are most extreme, the machine is programmed to apply the film as a “semi open” top for maximum venting. The problems were solved to the full satisfaction of Masterfoods. Case Study – Masterfoods, Holland

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Lachenmeier stretch hood systems for food and beverages: Improved branding with the excellent optical properties of the film Significant cost reductions, due to improved performance Fixed packaging costs per pallet Reduced manpower - less film roll changes Improved load stability and thus less damaged products Summary

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You name it, we wrap it … ©2005 Lachenmeier. To the extent the user is entitled to disclose and distribute this document, the user may forward, distribute, and/or photocopy this copyrighted document only if unaltered and complete, including all of its headers, footers, disclaimers, and other information. You may not copy this document to a Web site. The information in this document relates only to the named product or materials when not in combination with any other product or materials. We based the information on data believed to be reliable on the date compiled, but we do not represent, warrant, or otherwise guarantee, expressly or impliedly, the merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, suitability, accuracy, reliability, or completeness of this information or the products, materials, or processes described. The user is solely responsible for all determinations regarding any use of material or product and any process in its territories of interest. We expressly disclaim liability for any loss, damage, or injury directly or indirectly suffered or incurred as a result of or related to anyone using or relying on any of the information in this document. There is no endorsement of any product or process, and we expressly disclaim any contrary implication. The terms, “we”, “our”, or “Lachenmeier" are used for convenience, and may include any one or more of Lachenmeier Company, Lachenmeier Corporation, or any affiliates they directly or indirectly steward. Stretch Hood

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