New potential and market opportunities thanks to optimised packaging processes

Schubert-Consulting at interpack 2020 (Hall 14 / Booth D01)

Crailsheim, February 2020 – Schubert-Consulting, the specialist in creative solutions in the field of packaging technology, will present itself at the world-leading interpack 2020 trade fair in Düsseldorf from 7 to 13 May at the Gerhard Schubert GmbH booth. With their know-how, the consulting specialists can optimise the entire process chain for both new and existing production lines, thereby creating significant added value for their customers. Real examples will be used to demonstrate the transfer from plastic to more sustainable packaging materials.The packaging world is changing rapidly. More than ever before, manufacturers are required to make their packaging processes more flexible and sustainable without losing sight of economic efficiency. This is where Schubert-Consulting supports its customers. As a supplier-independent engineering partner, Schubert-Consulting thinks in a manner that is open and results-oriented. The team advises its customers along the entire packaging process, combining decades of experience and innovative approaches. The focus is not only on planning new packaging lines, but also on the realignment and optimisation of existing lines. This also includes the conversion to alternative and sustainable packaging materials – from packaging development, concept definition and all related processes, to the selection of the most suitable supplier.

An integrated planning approach for economical automation

Schubert-Consulting’s integrated planning approach is based on a methodical working style.The first step towards a new, individual packaging concept for the customer is a systematic and comprehensive analysis, which also includes an assessment of the competition and market situation. Based on this analysis, the requirements for future packaging needs are bundled by the various corporate departments and within the overall context of the manufacturer’s corporate strategy. Then, in several steps, Schubert-Consulting develops a complete and promising concept through to planning the appropriate packaging line. The objective is to automate the packaging process for the customer in a technically- and cost-effective way.

The method-based approach gives customers planning, automation and implementation security for their internal project approval and investment. This allows them to decide how they want to realize their individual packaging vision – quickly and in a goal-oriented way. The consulting services range from designing future production and individualisation of final packaging, through process and material flow planning, to simulation or optimisation tasks. In this way, Schubert-Consulting enables manufacturers to address the new market requirements – from price-sensitive consumer purchasing behaviour and the increased demand for individualised consumer goods to ecological packaging materials – in a cost-effective way.