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Automated Manufacturing Cells

SpecialChem / Jun 4, 2007

When Campbell's Soup saw its popular "Red & White" Campbell's soups as a natural extension of its highly successful microwaveable bowls for Chunky and Select soups it turned to Stull Technologies for a new improved overcap. "The company wanted a cost-effective solution to lock the lid onto the container, while maintaining consumer convenience," said Jason Stull, marketing services manager for Stull Technologies. The new easy-to-use, yet tight locking lid developed by the company has tabs that fasten securely over the container's bead to prevent it from popping off during microwave heating. Stull designed both the patent pending soup container lid and the fully automated manufacturing cell that produces them. A fully integrated company, Stull Technologies is a global leader in developing and manufacturing innovative, value added closures and packaging components. The cell designed to produce the new microwaveable soup caps consists of twin 550-ton all-electric Milacron Powerline presses with Xtreem ST controls.

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