Schütz offers multimedia experience

What constitutes the ideal packaging? Schütz will be presenting answers to this question in a visually engaging form at this year’s interpack.

Schütz offers multimedia experience

Under the trade fair motto ‘Containing everything that matters’, in Hall 10 Booth D22/E34, the packaging specialist will be highlighting current supply chain requirements and tasks, and presenting its latest product and service solutions in the field of IBCs, plastic and steel drums.

Interpack has a special significance for Schütz, and this is reflected in the elaborately designed, multi-storey exhibition booth covering more than 650 sqm. Large-scale, integrated, advanced LED technology makes the entire stand shine and metamorphose into different shapes. The technology is a defining part of the multimedia exhibit, with products and topics presented across the entire area using sophisticated 3D animations. Many of the exhibits can be experienced live in action and detailed product animations clearly explain the specific innovations.

Holistic packaging

As a technology company and pioneer of the circular economy, for decades Schütz has adhered to a fully comprehensive holistic packaging concept. The demands on packaging as a logistics tool ideally matched to the respective supply chain are becoming increasingly complex, including not only the immediate product quality and performance, but also application-related criteria as well as the support of processes and digitalisation on the part of the customer.

The global availability and security of supply of their packaging solutions also play a major role for internationally operating companies. Last but not least, the economic and also the increasingly required ecological efficiency are decisive factors when it comes to the packaging type.

At interpack, Schütz will be presenting a variety of innovations. The focus is on closed packaging cycles. Among other things, the company will be highlighting the packaging in Schütz’s new Green Layer series. The IBC inner bottles and drum bodies in this product line are made with 30 percent high-quality, natural-coloured recycled material, which is itself recovered as part of its worldwide collection programme for emptied packaging.

In keeping with this commitment to sustainability, the company is presenting further product innovations that help to minimise the CO2 footprint of packaging through the use of recycled material. As well as the numerous packaging innovations, trade visitors will also be able to explore the current general packaging ranges.

For example, the company will be showing its range of tight-head plastic drums in sizes between 30 and 220 litres as well as all closed-head drums and specialised versions.