Stelda to resonate the Interpack themes during the seven days

Bengaluru-based Stelda will be present in Hall 11 D 15 at Messe Dusseldorf from 4 to 10 May 2023. There will be live demos of the Stelda AR500 on-demand case packaging. According to Disha Chakraborty of WhatPackaging? magazine, the Stelda is useful for industries where there are multiple SKUs coming out of different production lines converging at one case packaging.

26 Apr 2023 | By Disha Chakraborty

Stelda at Hall 11 D15 at Interpack - helps in withstanding multiple handling points

Stelda is demonstrating the Stelda-AR500 on-demand case packaging at the Interpack show. The company's adhesive-based case packaging solution offers the Stelda 4S promise of strength, security, sustainability and savings in secondary packaging. At the Messe Dusseldorf, the Stelda will have the ability to read a QR code from the shipper carton. The machine has the ability to change the dimensions for running the size plus pick the right adhesive pattern based on box size and weight of the SKU.

The managing director of Impel Services (Bindwel-Stelda group) P Sajith said, “We are focussing on the benefits offered by Stelda through the various machine offerings which are in line with the Interpack themes.” Sajith added, “We are very excited about these great themes from Interpack and look forward to having Stelda deliver its offerings on each one of them.” 

The Stelda team is hoping to address the key challenges, issues and trends related to processing and packaging best practices and their application as business drivers for innovation and growth.  

Some of the highlights that grabbed the attention of Team WhatPackaging? were: how Stelda helps to palletise even stacks; also how it works well with cold chains, preventing seals from tape delaminating up to 40 degrees centigrade. In addition there are savings in vehicle space optimisation plus intelligent packaging which boosts trackability.

Some of the challenges that Team Stelda faced with traditional taping included pilferage during transit, product damage and using single-use plastic. Based on this, Stelda was able to put forth a solution that can help mitigate these challenges. The solution encouraged the company, as it also helped save on recurring packaging expenses. 

Sajith said, “The trial involved shipping the cartons from the factory of major Indian FMCG to its various warehouses across South India and later to the retail stores. The Stelda client collected first-hand feedback from their sales teams and trade partners for a month.” During this, they found out that there was a reduction in damages and pilferages. Stelda also shared an analytical report on the strength and security of the packaging solution.

At Interpack, Stelda will focus on circular packaging. Sajith said, “We believe Stelda helps reduce headrooms. Also it reduces consumption of single-use plastics like films and straps, in addition to BOPP tapes. Plus there is a reduction in corrugate consumed.”

The directors of the Impel-Stelda Group will be present at the stand. This includes Kai Buentemeyer, erstwhile CEO of Kolbus as well as chairman of the board of the Printing and Paper Technology Association within VDMA as well as Sadashiv Nayak, Erstwhile CEO of Future Group.

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