A.M.P-Rose to Present New Neapolitan Wrapping Machine
Established over 35 years ago, A.M.P-Rose is one of the world's leading suppliers of new, used, and rebuilt machines to the chocolate, confectionery and snack industries.
A.M.P-Rose has evolved and developed immensely since its humble beginnings in 1978. It has managed to transform from a small supplier of rebuilt packaging machines for the confectionery industry, to a greatly successful company with international renown for both new and rebuilt machinery; nearly 80% of its products being exported to over 80 countries world wide.
This year at the ProSweets exhibition; A.M.P-Rose will be showcasing their brand new Neapolitan NR10 wrapping machine. It is an adjustable high speed automatic Neapolitan wrapping machine for square and rectangle tablets. The machine can be supplied as a hand fed machine, or with an automatic feeding system.
The machine has been designed to use either single or double wrappers, with the outer paper taken from a stack of pre-cut labels rather than the more common reel fed systems.
By using pre-printed labels, this allows the manufacturer to pack small quantities of product, which is particularly useful for smaller volume clients such as marketing promotions, corporate gifts etc.
The machine has been designed for ease of operation, low running costs and flexibility. As a result of its modular construction, the machine can be quickly and easily size-changed at a very reasonable cost.
This is the 3rd new machine the company has launched in the last 12 months; the first of these was the '700/1000' chocolate moulding line that was presented at Interpack in May. The other new machine was the 'X-Pax' flowrapping machine with a revolutionary infeed, which allows individual product size, number of pieces in the pack, number of product layers, and pack length to all be changed at the touch of a button, with no size change parts.