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LitePac Top, the material-saving, eco-friendly cardboard clip for cans and PET bottles (Photo credit: Krones)

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Interpack 2023: Krones will be showing how to meet complex demands on packaging

0:59 min Packaging & Application
Krones AG Neutraubling, Germany

What makes for good packaging? That it is eye-catching and conveys your brand’s message well? That it protects your product and its quality? That it contributes to sustainability and helps to mitigate climate change? Or perhaps that it can be produced in large quantities at a low cost? The answer is, quite simply: all of that. 

Consumers, lawmakers, retailers, and environmental concerns are placing increasingly complex demands on consumer goods and their packaging. And Krones will be showing how it is possible to meet all of these demands, at this year’s interpack.

Krones’ solutions all contribute the company’s new vision by focusing on climate change, food security for the world’s population, and responsible use of packaging materials. 

An excellent example is LitePac Top, which addresses all of these challenges. Because using packaging materials responsibly requires taking a pioneering approach to secondary packaging. Whether it’s for cans or PET bottles, the material-saving, eco-friendly cardboard clip is an increasingly common sight on retailer shelves. 

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You can also explore the latest Krones technologies from the comfort and convenience of the virtual showroom, without leaving your desk – true-to-life and in 3D. Besides selected machine innovations, customers will also find turnkey lines for cans, PET and glass and even aseptic applications.

Krones at Interpack 2023: Hall 13, Stand A73

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