Coffee roasters can get more out of Jet Technologies' Goglio G21 machines

Goglio 21 Coffee packaging machine

As the cooler weather starts to creep in, the whiff of newly brewed coffee is everywhere from workshop floors to homes and offices.

That's good news for Jet Technologies, which has found itself in a good place for business after selling two Goglio G21 Coffee Packaging Machines in just the first week of its demonstration in Sydney.

Director of Jet Technologies Daniel Malki says specialist and up-and-coming coffee roasters experienced a good level of demand from industry, as most people moved away from the CBD during the pandemic.

“With people working from home more than ever, increased distribution to supermarkets and suburban coffee shops led many roasters to re-evaluate their capital investment to better meet the current and future demand,” explains Mr Malki.

“Today, as Australia enters the economic recovery phase of the pandemic, with more businesses starting to open up even further, there is now a lot of optimism within the coffee trade for future growth,” adds Mr Malki.

In response to the optimism in the Australian coffee market, Jet Technologies proactively made an investment by ordering two G21 machines which have now been sold, with a third machine on its way to be used for demonstration in Melbourne.

“Beneficial to any coffee roasters producing 1.5 tonnes or more of coffee per week, the Goglio G21 is ideal for roasters looking to reduce labour costs and improve their productivity rates to gain a competitive edge within the market.

Also, packaging made to order using the G21 machine is equivalent to half the cost of remade coffee bags, with a wide range of laminate structures which include recyclable and compostable options,” adds Mr Malki.

The accuracy of the G21 machine is additionally a standout feature, particularly with its two-option dosing procedure, meaning coffee roasters can choose their dose size without over-filling their bags and forfeiting coffee supply.

The machine includes automatic packaging lines for modified atmosphere packaging to preserve coffee freshness.

The Goglio G21 Coffee Packaging Machine is ideal for key players in the coffee industry looking to innovate and streamline their packaging operations to boost productivity and improve capital investment.

Booking for a demo is available until April 2021.

About Jet Technologies

Jet Technologies is a specialist importer and distributor of products to the rigid and flexible packaging industry, the industrial manufacturing industry and the print and finishing industry.

A rapidly growing, medium sized enterprise, they have been a leader in their fields for over 30 years. 

Jet Technologies:      0416 245 024

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