Koch Pac-Systeme and Zahoransky partner in blister packaging sector

At the end of last year, Germany-based companies Koch Pac-Systeme and Zahoransky agreed to work closely together in the blister packaging sector in both technology and sales. The new cooperation focuses on providing sustainable, environmentally-friendly packaging solutions in the personal care sector.

The Koch Pac-Systeme and Zahoransky cooperation translated into the integration of Koch model series KDT and KBS as part of the Zahoransky portfolio, while the Zahoransky Z.PACK 4 | 5 machines are available from Koch.

This combined collection provides comprehensive market coverage for the demand of plastic and, in particular, mono-material cardboard blisters in the personal care sector. From the customer’s point of view, all packaging requirements can now be fulfilled, as Robert Dous, Managing Director of Zahoransky Automation & Molds and Chief Sales Officer of Zahoransky Group said. “From the first idea to the implementation of this cooperation, we worked together in a spirit of trust and with the same objectives,” he added.

Harald Jung, Chairman of the Management Board and CEO of Koch Pac-Systeme GmbH, also expressed his satisfaction: “We are proud that Zahoransky has chosen our technologically-leading product range. This offers the best solution to meet current and future environmental, climate, and sustainability challenges. The two companies’ cultures, technological competencies, and customer orientation are both exemplary – exactly what customers expect from successful market leaders from the Black Forest.”

Customers from the personal care sector benefit from the new cooperation on two levels: With Koch, they have at their disposal the industry benchmark for sustainable, sales-enhancing blister packaging solutions. On the other hand, Zahoransky is the leading supplier of manufacturing systems for the automated and highly efficient production of toothbrushes and other personal care products. Their joint competencies in the areas of application technology and automation are now being combined in a way to meet every need, both in terms of products and packaging.

Sustainable packaging is trending – Zahoransky can now provide full coverage of the increased demand for mono-material cardboard blisters with the cutting-edge technology of Koch’s machines.

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