Synergised corporate capabilities: Willi Stadler (on the right), Managing Director of Stadler Anlagenbau GmbH, and Christian Fisch (on the left), Head of Plants at Krones AG, aim to harness this alliance to strengthen the closed-cycle economy and explore the technological possibilities of recycling. Photo credit: Krones

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Krones and Stadler are turbo-starting a strong closed-cycle economy

| Business function | Krones AG | Neutraubling | Germany

Used PET bottles and other plastic waste can serve the packaging sector and other industries as a valuable resource. It’s only that – currently, at least – this resource is still lying fallow in many areas. In order to bring about a lasting change here, Krones AG,  Neutraubling, and Stadler Anlagenbau GmbH have joined forces in a cooperative partnership.

By synergising the two companies’ specialist expertise and technologies, Krones and Stadler expect to generate significant impetus for recycling technology and the associated closed-cycle economy. “We want to supply our clients with the very best quality in terms of material available in the sector,” explains Willi Stadler, Managing Director of Stadler Anlagenbau GmbH. Christian Fisch, who as Head of Plants at Krones AG is responsible for the alliance, adds: “This collaboration enables us to reduce and improve interfaces. Thus we’re not only progressing our technological and processing capabilities – we’re also once again significantly faster when it comes to handling specific customer projects.”

At the K 2019, which is being held in Düsseldorf from 16 to 23 October, the cooperation partners will be appearing together for the first time. In the Krones pavilion on Stand Number 15.1, contact persons from both companies will be available to answer any questions regarding this alliance.

The partners: brief portraits:

Stadler Anlagenbau GmbH ranks among the market leaders in the field of sorting plants. Headquartered in Altshausen, the company employs around 450 people, and has already sold more than 350 turnkey plants plus 2,000 individual components worldwide. The technologies, developed in-house, can be used for sorting a highly disparate spectrum of materials – including plastic waste, paper and cardboard, plus domestic rubbish and commercial waste.

Krones AG is a well-established name in the food and beverage industries. In the group’s global matrix, comprising more than 100 subsidiaries and branch operations, over 16,500 employees contribute towards the company’s success. The group provides a client with all the kit he needs for his production operation:  starting with individual machines, plus digitalisation solutions, all the way through to turnkey beverage and recycling factories.

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