“In a market characterised by major players, much of Them Andelsmejeri’s success is attributable to our ability to develop and adapt.
This applies not least in our production process, where we run up to 40 different package sizes in a single day to be able to deliver the products in demand from day to day.
Our two weighing and labelling lines handle packs from 300 grams to 4.5 kg.
This demands great flexibility, a user-friendly system and short changeover times.
Accordingly, our lines for weighing and marking of retail packs are designed so they can apply labels on both sides of the products.
This is true of both decorative labels and thermally printed labels with variable text.”
Hanegal, organic food producer
Efficient labelling frees up important resources!
“At Hanegal’s factory in Haderslev, Denmark, we’ve saved enormous amounts of time and human resources by switching to automatic labelling.
We used to do about 80% of all marking and labelling manually.
The system by Bent Nygaard Elektronik has enabled us to free up resources to help elsewhere in the production process and, at the same time, we’ve been able to increase our packing capacity to nearly one unit per second.
The system is equipped with two dispensers on top and a dispenser with a printer underneath – and it’s very flexible, which was one of our requirements, as it had to fit in with our wide variety of organic cold cuts and other meats.”
Bent Nygaard Electronik is good at listening to our needs and they deliver efficient solutions that work – every time!”
Hedegaard Foods, egg-packing company
Precision and use-friendliness have top priority
With more than 5 million eggs a week, we depend on an efficient and stable production plant – because the hens just keep on laying eggs all the time!
Our 18 packing lines handle around 100,000 eggs an hour – large and small, brown and white organic eggs and free-range eggs – and in almost as many different egg-box sizes.
With just a few clicks, a central control unit enables us to change parameters, edit product texts and revise other specifications on the egg-box labels.”