Modular design has always been a core characteristic of Dividella's NeoTOP cartoners, enhancing service life, upgradeability and flexibility to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO).
For Dividella, the future remains modular: providing easy upgrade and expansion paths, and a wider range of innovative solutions on materials and packaging. Modular design and construction allows the NeoTOP family of TOPLoader cartoners to form a continuous upgrade path from the manual packaging of small lots, to fully automated high-speed production.
Across the range, there is consistent sharing of specialised modules that add specific capabilities, such as tailored infeeding. This modular concept allows NeoTOP machines to expand at any time to integrate different product inserters or a manual insertion module in the process.
TOPLoading packaging solutions for pharmaceutical products follow a similar modular philosophy, emphasising a componentbased approach to design, assembly and regulatory compliance. This offers a variety of advantages for pharma and biotech firms, influencing the production and logistical process, and having positive effects on the TCO and total cost of package (TCP).
Dividella is working with Medipak Systems companies to discover how the pharma industry can generate sustainable competitive advantages with the aid of industry 4.0 concepts. They are developing a modular family of advanced solutions that can work in isolation or in combination as part of a pharma 4.0 approach. These solutions include: smart packaging, smart devices, condition monitoring and predictive analytics, plug and produce, and enterprise manufacturing intelligence (EMI).