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Welcome

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21st of November 2013


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ENGEL Global Bioplastics Trends in Packaging New Technologies Energy saving and sustainability

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Overview


ENGEL | Packaging Family Business with long-term strategies

Ludwig Engel Company founder 1945

Georg Schwarz Internationalization 1965

Peter Neumann World market leadership

2008

1952

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Delivery of the 60,000th machine


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Small to mid-range machines up to 5,000 kN Schwertberg / AT

Pyungtaek / Korea

York / USA

St. Valentin / AT

Robots and automation systems

Component production

Shanghai / China

Dietach / AT

Hagen / DE

Kaplice / CZ

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Large-scale machines with 3,500 kN to 55,000 kN


ENGEL | Packaging turnover

In Mio. Euro

Turnover by regions 2012/2013

834

950

19%

800 622 600

3% Europe America Asia Rest of world

616

591

360

400

23% 55%

200 0 07/08

08/09

09/10

10/11

11/12

12/13

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1000


ENGEL | Packaging More than 25 years in the market !

 Agent: P.T. ADIJAYA BUANASANTOSA since May 2012

 1 administrative person at Adijaya for spare parts. Adijaya can deal and import spare parts.  From Engel side: 1 x project adviser ( Eric Joussain) and 1 x Service Engineer (adnan Mugeni)

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 PT. Adijaya Buanasantosa is responsible for sales and after sales. Sales Coordinator: Sugiarto Sudja After Sales Coordinator: Rudy pattynama  1 Service Engineer


ENGEL | Packaging Drive technology

victory spex tie-bar-less, eco drive

hydraulic

victory tech tie-bar-less, eco drive duo pico 2-platen, eco drive duo 2-platen, eco drive speed Toggle insert vertical, eco drive

e-victory tie-bar-less, eco drive

e-motion Toggle e-insert vertical, eco drive 25 50

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

5500

Clamping force in t

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electric

e-mac Toggle


Caps and Closures

Thin-wall packaging

Pails

Pallets and crates

Industrial and large containers

• Standard and non-standard caps and closures for the beverage-, foodand cosmetics industry

• For the food industry

• Buckets, pails and round containers

• For safe transport

• To collect, store and empty ENGEL Austria GmbH | 11. 2012, BU-PAC | Page 8

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ENGEL Global Bioplastics Trends in Packaging New Technologies Energy saving and sustainability

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Overview


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Bioplastics What are bioplastics? Bioplastics

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Traditional plastics


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ENGEL | Packaging Bio-based

Bio-based

Bio-degradable and bio-based 1. Cellulose, Acetates, Rubber‌.

4. Polylactide, Starch blends Cellulose Hydrates

5. Bio-PA, Bio-PE, Bio-PET

Non degradable

Degradable 3. Polycaprolactone Polyvinyl alcohol Polyester (PBAT, PBS..)

Petro-based

Bio-degradable

Source: Hans-Josef Endres, Andrea Siebert-Raths; Engineering Biopolymers, Carl Hanser-Verlag, 2011

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2. Polyethylene Polypropylene Polyvinylchloride


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Defining Biodegradable:

 Renewable resources

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 The buzz word !!


ENGEL | Packaging PLA (polylactic acid): Processes: Injection moulding, vacuum moulding and extrusion.

Advantages: The material is particularly suitable for transparent packaging and disposables, such as cups, boxes and dishes. Disadvantages: When transparent, the material is not suitable for hot drinks or hot food

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Applications: Disposables, packaging and durables.


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 114 million PLA containers  800,000 barrels of oil (3,000 m³)/ year

 To grow about 20%

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 0.0024%


ENGEL | Packaging Personal Care & Other 18%

Time to Biodegrade

Apple core

1–2 months

General paper

1–3 months

Paper towel

2–4 weeks

Pharmaceuticals

Cardboard box

2 months

7%

Cotton cloth

5 months

Plastic coated milk carton

5 years

Wax coated milk carton

3 months

Aluminium cans

150–200 years

Glass bottles

Undetermined (forever)

Plastic bags

10–20 years

Soft plastic (bottle)

100 years

Hard plastic (bottle cap)

400 years

Source: Wikipedia

Soft Drinks 39%

Food 12%

Other Beverages 23%

Beer 1%

Total: ~ 730 billion closures The worldwide demand will increase by 6% per year.

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Product


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 Tetra Pak has launched a recyclable HDPE cap (Lightcap 30)  Resin producer Braskem has developed PE caps for carbonated beverages

Source: Article from “The Drinks report” magazine. 28th May 2013

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 Both are manufactured from renewable sources and recyclable.


ENGEL | Packaging Being sustainable through: Using biodegradable resins

Processing biodegradable materials Advantages

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Resin biodegradable within 6 months Products are compostable No shrinkage

Disadvantages

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Difficult to process with thin walls (small process window, resin degrading with high process temperatures, not easy to fill ENGEL Austria GmbH | 11. 2012, BU-PAC | Page 18

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ENGEL Global Bioplastics Trends in Packaging New Technologies Energy saving and sustainability

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Overview


ENGEL | Packaging Demographic trends World population*

9.2 bio

Ageing 60+ increasingly important

7.5 bio 6.0 bio 1.6 bio 2000 2020 2050

DINKS

Urbanisation

Double Income No Kids

In 2020 more than 50% of world population will live in cities

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1900


ENGEL | Packaging Trends with Packing containers Design Decoration Function Physical characteristics

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ENGEL | Packaging Unique design 2 cups in one 2 colors

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ENGEL | Packaging High quality decoration In Mould Labelling Transparent containers Transparent PS cups – decorated inside and outside through one label

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ENGEL | Packaging Multi-function – convenience packaging Temper evident solutions Funtional containers Double function containers

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ENGEL | Packaging Physical characteristics of the container

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Production of containers with barrier properties to improve shelf life of the product


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Conclusion: Lower closure weight ďƒ faster cycles

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Closure Trends | Weight reduction


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CSD PCO 1810 to 1881 3,0g to 2,5g

Water 30/25 to 29.4/ 25.1 2,0g to 1,2g

Water X- light 26 1,0g

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Weight reduction


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Questions: - 2 components/colours - Options for in mould assembly

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Closure Trends /Special functions: Push pull caps


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ENGEL Global Bioplastics Trends in Packaging New Technologies Energy Saving and Sustainability

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Overview


ENGEL | Packaging New technologies | Cube technology

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For the production of plastic tubes with caps in one injection mouling machine


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E-motion cube


Foboha hydraulic rotary table

Engel servoelectric rotary table

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Second injection unit vertical on top of moving platen

Second injection unit horizontal on top of clamp unit

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DUO Combi M

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based on 2-platen Duo machine series


both injection units in standard horizontal positions

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DUO 350 Combi M

DUO 800 Combi M

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New technologies | Production of packaging containers with barrier function


Packaging Container | with barrier function Consideration of the packaging industry Replace glass- and metal cans with plastic containers with barrier function.

Advantages of plastic containers

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Flexible in design Lighter Logistic: Usually stackable

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Packaging Container | with barrier function Barrier co-injection technology Necessity of barrier

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Quality loss Minimum shelf life Contamination

Advantages of barrier laminate for food packaging

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Extended shelf life Better aroma preservation Protection of flavors and fragrance Obstruct bacterial growth

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Packaging Container | with barrier function Challenges

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Create a very thin EVOH barrier layer (about 0,05mm) to be competetive against glass and tin formats.

Get the adhesive bonding between the layers

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Packaging Container | with barrier function Plastic container with barrier function

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Thermoformed container: Already on the market(Packaging containers, laminat tube made of multi-layered material) Disadvantage: - Expensive - Less flexible in design

Injection-moulded container: Already on the market: Bottles with barrier layer (2K-Preform) At the beginning: Thinwall food containers with barrier characteristics

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Packaging Container | with barrier function Injection moulded container with barrier function Technological approaches

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IML with barrier label (Multi-layer barrier label with EVOH layer, SIOx-coated barrier foil, tin foil) Co-injection Coating

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Packaging Container | with barrier function Production cell for barrier co-injection technology

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The co-injection technology is a revolutionary alternative to traditional packaging methods e-motion 310H/50V/180 T combi

All electric high performance machines guarantee maximum output and low energy consumption High precision servo driven injection units secures that the barrier layer is reliably implemented up to the edge

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Use of a small 15mm screw for the injection of barrier layer

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Packaging Container | with barrier function Mould and hotrunner technology

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Mould with 2 cavities for a pet food container Specially designed co-injection nozzles and manifold technology that combines melt streams and provides balanced fill

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Packaging Container | with barrier function

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Cycle time: 5,5 sec. Part weight: 8,7g

Simultaneous co-injection

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Minimize barrier layer wall thickness

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Process


Packaging Container | with barrier function Barrier watcher | In-line Inspection of Layers

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Specialized camera system detecting insufficient layer thickness and distribution, holes and defects in comparison to the reference image Capable of inspecting EVOH barriers and additional barrier materials ENGEL Austria GmbH | 11. 2012, BU-PAC | Page 46

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Packaging Container | with barrier function


ENGEL | Packaging New technologies | Production of PS cups with PS labels Challenge: Handling of PS labels The label handling is more difficult as a PS label needs to be thicker and stiffer. Label thickness 0,15mm compared to a conventional PP or PE-label with 0,05mm

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ENGEL | Packaging New technologies | Production line for paper trays with plastic rims

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e-motion 180 T with side entry automation for paper placing and tray take out


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ENGEL Global Bioplastics Trends in Packaging New Technologies Energy Saving and Sustainability

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Overview


ENGEL | Packaging Megatrend | Energy savings Fully electric machines Energy efficient hydraulic machines with servohydraulic systems

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ENGEL | Packaging Overview Manufacturing costs Manufacturing costs for a 2,3g closure Raw material 67.5% Energy 7.1% Maintenance 0.5%

Tool costs 6.4%

Waste 0.6%

Premisses & ground Working Capital 0.7% 0.8%

Operating costs 1.2%

Administration Personnel 3.5% Machine 4.9% costs Colorant 4.8% 2.0%

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ENGEL | Packaging Cup, 6 cavities | shot weight 74.76g PP Hydraulic

Full-electric

(Full-accu machine , YOC 2002)

(e-motion 740/280 T)

Energy measurement

Energy measurement (Figures acc. to customer) •

• Total energy : Spec. Energy :

51.38 kW 1.05 kWh/kg

• Heating :

7.138 kW

• Control :

0.747 kW

• Hotrunner :

3.798 kW

• Total energy : - 60%

11.908 kW

Spec. Energy :

-- confidential | for internal use only --

23.636 kW 0.421 kWh/kg

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ENGEL | Packaging Short Neck closure, 48 cav. | shot weight 51.8 g HDPE Full-electric

(speed 180)

(e-cap 180T)

Energy measurement

Energy measurement

• Drive / Hydraulic:

• Drive

40.076 kW

14.988 kW

• Heating :

8.226 kW

• Heating :

8.660 kW

• Control :

0.697 kW

• Control :

0.567 kW

• Oil filtering unit :

1.237 kW

• Total Energy :

50.236 kW

Spec. Energy :

0.915 kWh/kg

- 61%

• Total Energy :

24.215 kW

Spec. Energy :

0.443 kWh/kg

-- confidential | for internal use only --

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Hydraulic


ENGEL | Packaging Being sustainable through: Lean manufacturing & Reducing carbon footprint Traditional production: 4 steps

Manufacturing footprint: around 250 m²

Injection moulding: 1 Step

Footprint: 60 m² for comparable output, being 75% less production area

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ENGEL | Packaging Being sustainable through: Manufacturing performance: saving energy, reducing oil Drive side: ecodrive

Injection side: Insulation

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