WaveGrip brings new multi-packing technologies to Interpack 2017

WaveGrip will be displaying the newest multipack canning system on the market on the RPC Group stand (D21, Hall 10) at Interpack 2017 from the 4th to the 10th of May in Düsseldorf.

WaveGrip, part of bpi Group, an RPC Group company, is a complete can multi-packing solution for companies of all sizes from craft breweries to multi-national organisations that want to improve existing line efficiencies by up to 30% with lighter, stronger and more environmentally sustainable materials.

The carriers are value-engineered to be lighter but stronger and use less plastic than any existing solution, while securely collating cans to the rigorous standards required of the retail sector.

Less obtrusive than anything presently on the market, WaveGrip carriers can be applied lightning- fast for mass producers by the 2000+ cans-per-minute G3 applicator. The carriers can also be automatically applied for mid-level producers by the efficient, scalable, mid-range G2 applicator or manually by small-batch producers with a G1 applicator.

As a featured offering on the RPC Group stand, the company will be showcasing the breakthrough technologies which deliver new levels of environmental sustainability for the rapidly growing canning market. Fully recyclable and photo degradable, the carriers reflect the WaveGrip ethos of environmental responsibility exemplified by the zero-to-landfill policy for their manufacture.

A proud part of the RPC Group, WaveGrip benefits from being part of the worldwide operations of the packaging giant. With centres of excellence around the globe and 150 operations in more than 30 countries, the company is able to service producers large and small wherever they manufacture.

Also featuring on the RPC stand at this year’s Interpack will be a variety of solutions that provide effective product protection and extended shelf life for food products, including the WorldStar-winning Twist Cup with screw lid – the latest in a long line of award winning packs.