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Keymac appoints new Greek agent

Keymac appoints new Greek agent

Keymac has appointed PMS Hellas as its agent for sales and service of the whole Keymac range of Sleevers and Cartoners in Greece. Based in Pallini, PMS Hellas has a wide range of packing machinery and materials in its range and already supplies these to the major food producers in their market. We look forward to working together with PMS and welcome them to our expanding network of overseas partners. https://www.mixanimatasyskevasiaspms.gr/

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Keymac resumes machine deliveries and commissioning in UK

Keymac resumes machine deliveries and commissioning in UK

Keymac Ltd has resumed deliveries and commissioning of machines in the UK where it is safe to do so. Due to current quarantine and travel restrictions this service is still not available to our overseas customers but will be restarted as soon as permitted.

We would like to thank our customers for their patience, understanding and support over the last few difficult weeks and assure you that we will schedule deliveries and commissioning as quickly as possible.

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Keymac appoints new French agent

Keymac appoints new French agent

Keymac has appointed MBC as its agent for sales and service of the whole Keymac range of Sleevers and Cartoners in France. MBC has offices in both Biarritz and Lille and will soon be opening an office in Bretagne. http://www.mbc-sarl.com

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Keymac and Fresh Produce Packing – 100% Plastic Free

Keymac and Fresh Produce Packing – 100% Plastic Free

Keymac UK and USA attended the Fruit Logistica Show in Berlin last week. The exhibition was tremendously successful for the company and significant interest was shown by fruit and vegetable growers and packers in the existing K101 Sleever, which is already operational in Europe, and the Top Load pack introduced at the Show which is not only 100% plastic free but also uses less carton board.

We made many new contacts, both buyers and distributors, wanting to work with Keymac throughout the world.

 

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Keymac launches higher speed K101S Sleever

Keymac launches higher speed K101S Sleever

In response to the demand to sleeve trays and pots at higher speeds, Keymac has launched the K101S Sleever which sits in the range between its exiting K101 (up to 60 packs per minute) and K201 (up to 120 packs per minute) machines. The new machine has the same compact footprint and size range capability as the K101 but can achieve speeds up to 75 packs per minute. The machine is fully adjustable without the need for costly change parts.

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Keymac celebrates its 15th anniversary in January

Keymac celebrates its 15th anniversary in January

Keymac is celebrating its 15th anniversary in January 2020. The company started out in Keynsham, near Bristol, in 2005 before opening its second design and manufacturing facility in Charlotte NC five years later. Since opening, both locations have supplied sleeving and cartoning systems to primarily food manufacturing companies worldwide, gaining an enviable reputation for innovative and robust machines and exceptional customer service. Continue reading →

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Keymac develops further machines for Plastic Free packaging

Keymac develops further machines for Plastic Free packaging

Keymac in the UK and USA has extended its range of machines to run plastic free packaging. In addition to its successful K101 Sleever which sleeves apples packed in a cardboard tray, Keymac now offers Formers and Closers to form and seal cardboard packs containing soft fruit such as kiwis or tomatoes.

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Keymac develops Sleever for Plastic Free packaging

Keymac develops Sleever for Plastic Free packaging

Keymac has launched a new Sleeving machine to package loose items of fruit and vegetables such as apples, pears, tomatoes and chicory in a cardboard tray with a cardboard sleeve. The machine has been developed in response to the requirement to dramatically reduce the amount of plastics used in packaging.

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