American Heart Association Honors Pasadena Executive with National Volunteer Award

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Lancashire bakery invests in new packing line

first_imgLancashire’s Clayton Park Bakery has installed an Ulma Packaging packing line to cope with demand for its products.It has invested in two of the company’s Atlanta Hi-Tec horizontal flow-wrappers for its second purpose-built bakery at Accrington, which is producing items including bread rolls, finger rolls, cakes and vanilla slices.Ulma’s equipment can safely wrap a whole range of different-shaped products in any configuration, while maximising visibility on retailers’ shelves.The bakery is owned by James Hall & Co and supplies Spar, Booths, sandwich shops and market stalls across the east of Lancashire as well as many of the region’s football clubs.Clayton Park Bakery’s managing director Barry Thomas said: “Prior to obtaining the Atlanta flow-wrappers I went along to a couple of companies to actually see Ulma‘s machines in action. I was very impressed with what I saw and the ease of set-up. We did look at various other options from previous equipment suppliers, but the functionality of the Ulma equipment swayed us and the price was right as well.”Ulma’s Atlanta flow-wrapper has a touchscreen operation with multi-product memory, which means that changeovers can be made quickly. The machine also benefits from ‘no product – no bag’ and ‘misplaced product detection’ systems, as well as working with clear and printed film.last_img read more