Syntegon technology available in ANZ through Nupac
Nupac Industries has announced the launch of Syntegon packaging technology in Australia. Known as Bosch Packaging Technology until late 2019, the former Bosch division is now an independent business. Syntegon Technology’s business focus is on intelligent and sustainable technologies for the pharmaceutical and food industries.
Nupac will continue to be the exclusive Australia and New Zealand partner of Syntegon and will still provide its customers with processing and packaging solutions.
“We’re excited about the launch of the Syntegon brand in Australia,” said Peter Pontikis, owner of NUPAC Industries. “Our relationship with Bosch Packaging Technology extends all the way back to 1987 and it is exciting to be a part of the next evolution of the brand.”
Pontikis said NUPAC was established in 1983 based on the philosophy that the success of a company is dictated by the relationship it has with its clients.
“At NUPAC our partnership with a client begins by getting to understand their unique requirements. The partnership is then maintained by tailoring a solution and continues beyond the life cycle of the equipment supplied,” he said.
Syntegon has more than 2000 registered patents, 6100 employees and installations in 140 countries. This includes 30 locations in 16 countries providing the resources to distribute modules and systems for the pharmaceutical, confectionery and cosmetics industries, as well as other food and non-food industries, to every corner of the globe.
“With Syntegon’s 50 years of experience and 64,000 machines in operation around the globe, you’ll start to understand the scale and resources we have at our disposal to help provide our customers with innovative packaging and processing solutions,” said Pontikis. “We are committed to setting a standard of excellence, delivering the highest levels of service and designing packaging solutions to increase productivity, reduce downtime and ultimately drive profitability.”
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