Jones Healthcare Group (London, Ontario), a market leader in advanced packaging and medication-dispensing solutions, has invested in a new, state-of-the-art Bobst Novacut 106 ER Flatbed Die-Cutter. The new equipment will increase the company’s production efficiency and capacity to produce complex folding cartons in support of its regulated health-and-wellness clients. “The demand for more complex packaging continues to grow with the introduction of labelling regulations for over-the-counter drugs, and now nutraceutical products sold in Canada,” said Cameron Bramwell, Vice President of Customer Strategy at Jones Healthcare Group. “Our new die-cutter supports our clients’ need for extended content cartons to comply with these packaging regulations, while also opening up our capacity for new projects. It’s part of a $30 million equipment investment we’re making to strengthen operations across the business.”
The die-cutter increases efficiency through inline blanking separation and dynamic stripping at high speeds, producing up to 8,000 sheets per hour. Equipped with a precise sheet register and Bobst’s Centerline System, the machine provides automatic equipment centring and locking. These high-performance features facilitate reliability and repeatability, maintaining industry-best cutting and creasing quality for folding carton packaging. “The Novacut 106 ER accommodates the large footprints and tolerance required for multi-panel, extended-content folding cartons,” said Jenanne Graham, Senior Manager of Sheet Fed Operations. “It’s perfect for highly precise projects such as these.”
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