January 29, 2014

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The Jerribox(TM) jumps into the bag-in-box market with a 2-component structure promising increased efficiency and packaging quality while decreasing waste and supply-chain costs. Designed to run on current rigid filling equipment, the package comes in sizes from 10 to 20 L, plus nonstandard capacities, and consists of a cartridge and a box. In the plant, the case is erected and the flaps are glued, and the cartridge containing the bag and spout is picked and inserted manually or robotically with an air pulse, breaking the seal and releasing the bag within the case as low pressure inflates the bag. A large, non-glugging spout is said to eliminate splashing of the contents.

Scholle Packaging,

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