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MERGER CREATES TRANS-TASMAN PACKAGING MACHINERY SPECIALIST

03-07-2017
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JL Lennard distributes and supports Rovema vertical form fill seal machines

JL Lennard has merged its Packaging Machinery Division in New Zealand with Tech-Pack (NZ). The merged entity, dubbed JL Lennard Packaging, a division of the Australasian network of JL Lennard, will specialise an all levels of packaging, from supplying single machines through to the design, supply and installation of complete turnkey packaging lines.

JL Lennard Packaging will represent some of the world’s leading packaging machinery lines, including: vertical form fill seal machines from Rovema; Multipond multihead weighers and feeding systems; premade bag packaging machines from Fawema; food processing machinery and technology from Stephan Machinery; liquid filling machines from Hunter Filling Systems; Thermo Scientific product inspection systems; and strapping machinery from Strapack.

“Offering access to a very broad and complementary range of brands available from one supplier, JL Lennard Packaging we will be at the edge of innovation. Our ranges of advanced, cost-efficient and environmentally sustainable packaging solutions are backed nationally by our strong Australasian service and support network,” says David Boekemann, MD of JL Lennard.

JL Lennard
02 9475 9000
www.jllennard.com.au

 

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