In 2005, when Oxxo wanted to find a better way to securely close Totes that carry products from regional distribution centers to local convenience stores, they discovered Mosca strapping systems via a web search. After a successful trial that replaced manually applied cable ties with automatically applied polypropylene straps, they implemented the change by placing.. read more →

In 2014 an EAM-Mosca Regional Sales Manager made a fortuitous cold call on a pharmaceutical distribution center, only to find that its strapping systems were a major source of shipping delays. The distribution center, which worked on a tight picking, packing and shipping schedule to meet daily deliveries to its retail locations, was struggling. The.. read more →

Side seal strapping machine for large, lightweight pallets

Side-seal strapping systems have long been the go-to machines for securing packages in applications with very low conveyor heights, narrow and tall arch shapes, and for protecting sealing mechanisms from falling debris. Recognizing this versatility, Mosca is pleased to announce the addition of the ROMS6-KR-ZV-Sonixs to its impressive line of side-seal banders, and will introduce.. read more →

Turning Problems into Solutions In the Spring of 2017, one of the industry leaders in molded plastic packaging came to EAM-Mosca frustrated with the performance of their 50+ competitor supplied strapping machines. Common issues included incomplete strap feeds, inconsistent strap tension and wasteful coil changes on their plastic detergent bottle production lines. One of our.. read more →

Walk-up strapoping machine for large products

In 2016, a Mississippi furniture company management team headed to the IWF Wood Show in search of a better packaging solution for one of their production lines. They found one. The team had been frustrated with their current methodology and knew there had to be a simpler solution. After reading about EAM-Mosca strapping systems and.. read more →

In the Fall of 2015, a major Quebec corrugated box manufacturer decided to purchase a new converting line to meet increasing demand. Their focus was obviously on the Flexo Folder Gluer (FFG), the major investment in the production line. However, experience dictated that choosing the bundler was also a key decision since the boxes made.. read more →

We recently had an opportunity to visit a nationally known and respected kitchen and bath cabinet manufacturer’s expansive manufacturing facilities on the East Coast – one of several spanning the breadth of the U.S. The company manufactures and distributes modular kitchen cabinets and vanities to remodelers and new home construction markets. download the full version.. read more →

Bundling wax coated boxes has historically been a strap supplier’s nightmare. For all the benefits wax provides in shipping fresh fruit and produce, strapping the bundles of freshly waxed boxes creates problematic issues in the strapper. The fresh wax tends to build up on the conveyor bed, gets pulled into the strap feed mechanism during.. read more →

Boxmakers tend to focus on the boxmaking equipment in their converting lines, and little attention to end-of-line bundling system design. It’s understandable because making quality boxes is Job Number One. But a well-conceived and well managed bundling operation can help maximize line throughput and ultimately, the success of the plant. The first challenge in successful.. read more →

22 Oct 2014
October 22, 2014

NEW! TRC-6 Corrugated Bundler

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TRC-6 Corrugated Bundler

Mosca’s new TRC-6 automatic strapping system for corrugated bundles offers advances in mechanical and control technology, a robust new cabinet, new conveyor design, a choice of sealers and a streamlined press mechanism all of which contribute to an exceptionally reliable, high performance bundler. According to Randy Wright, vice president sales corrugated industry, the new TRC-6.. read more →