Tissue World, which has always been the sector's reference trade fair, is ready to welcome all the protagonists of such a specialized and constantly evolving supply chain as the Tissue one: from paper manufacturers, converting, packaging and stock preparation machinery, to chemical solutions and OEM manufacturers of sanitary products, all the most important players in the sector will be present to see first-hand the latest developments in the industry. The most significant news this year is the strategic location chosen for the event: the trade fair has in fact been moved to Düsseldorf and is scheduled from 28 to 30 March, in one of the world's most renowned exhibition centers.
For this unique edition, Aetna Group chooses to participate with an institutional stand (E56) and offer all visitors an overview of the technological solutions dedicated to the end-of-line for products in the Tissue world. A market specialization that the Group has been successfully cultivating for many years, promoting high-performance solutions that take into account the characteristics and nature of the products, guaranteeing stability, protection and load containment, limiting material consumption and possible damage to products during transport. From Sotemapack packaging solutions, to OCME palletizing and intralogistics and Robopac stretch-wrapping ones, all the technologies specifically designed by the Group for this market segment and the numerous possibilities for customization will be presented by specialized personnel.
With a well-established presence in the German market and strengthened by the recent entry of the prestigious and historic local company Meypack into Aetna Group, another important novelty involving that territory and its business is announced: in Stuttgart, a new branch of Aetna Group Deutschland has been completed, inside which it is possible to touch the most advanced technologies thanks to a dedicated showroom. Here there is also a new Techlab, the most advanced research laboratory system in the sector, dedicated to continuous product and process development, which has the peculiarity of being able to scientifically test the effectiveness of a palletized load under predefined transport conditions, whether by rail, air, water or road.