CPS Case Packing Systems
6039 AP Stramproy
CPS produces professional solutions for the automatic positioning of bags into cardboard boxes, trays and even plastic crates, pallet boxes, roll containers and systems for general crate handling as well. CPS Case Packing Systems designs and supplies the latest systems for automatic end-of-line packing of product-filled bags. The equipment supplied by CPS can vary from bag handling systems to casepacker units, from case weighing systems to detection and reject systems, from case forming machines to complete case packing lines integrating all necessary units and even turnkey projects including palletising and wrapping. CPS now employs 65 people in two business units in Stramproy, near the borders with Belgium and Germany in the south of the Netherlands.
CPS has been designing and building packaging machines since 1957. Starting in 1957 manufacturing vertical bag makers and since 1988 specialising in designing and producing systems for automatic positioning of product-filled bags into boxes, crates and trays, CPS has become an international player in the automation of handling flexibles.
Installation and commissioning
Since its foundation in 1988, CPS has been able to integrate its wide experience in manufacturing packaging machines into the construction of case packaging installations for a wide variety of applications. This intense involvement and knowledge of the first in-line equipment show very clearly in the no-nonsense approach of the realised technical solutions, which are marked by simplicity, reliability and high quality finishing.
CPS Case Packing Systems designs and supplies the latest systems for automatic end-of-line packing of product-filled bags. Today CPS produces a complete range of professional solutions for the automatic positioning of flexible bags into cardboard boxes, trays and even plastic crates, pallet boxes, roll containers. We also do systems for general crate handling.
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