Fast Moving Consumer Goods
Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) are products that have high inventory turnover and a relatively low cost that satisfies a customer’s immediate wants and needs. Examples include non-durable household goods such as packaged foods, beverages, toiletries, candies, cosmetics, over-the-counter drugs, dry goods, and other consumables.
The FMCG industry faces increasing demands from the market: increasing cycle times, resource efficiency and innovation are more important here than in any other industry. Manufacturers need to be able to maintain product quality and precision while also being able to react flexibly to individual customer requirements.
Thanks to the low-wear and compact chain conveyor system VarioFlow plus, the tea manufacturer Yamamotoyama can produce tea bags in many flavors simultaneously and within short periods of time in a limited space – with particular attention being paid to not damaging the high-quality product packaging.
Cama Group delivers packaging machines for the Food and Non-Food area, which meet the highest requirements on efficiency, accessibility and hygiene. With the particularly compact secondary packaging machines of the series Break-Through Generation, Cama drives forward current technologies to further increase the quality of the production processes. Thereby, the cabinet-free drive technology IndraDrive Mi from Bosch Rexroth plays an essential role, which enables an especially space-saving design of the packaging line and a dynamic, high-performance operation of the robot servo axes.