Edition 2016

The Fair of Packaging Techniques and Packages Warsaw Pack 2016 was held on 8–10 March 2016 in Hall F of the Exhibition Centre Ptak Warsaw Expo in Nadarzyn, near Warsaw.

During the 3 days of the fair, over 100 exhibitors presented a number of product novelties and practical solutions for manufacturing enterprises.

3D Phoenix will demonstrate the printers 3D Zortrax. 3D printers have many applications, e.g. manufacture of packages for the food industry. The company would like to invite guests of Warsaw Pack 2016 to cooperate on the implementation of the 3D printing technology in order to demonstrate how to speed up and facilitate the development of products, improve the flexibility of the manufacturing process and markedly lower the prototyping costs.

The 3D printing technology has already been implemented by the company at various manufacturing companies, including ABB, Alstom, Aluprof, Danone, Ikea and Tago, at the engineering companies PCC Polska and Aplikom, as well as at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Academy of Fine Arts and at one of the branches of the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences.


Sorter was established in 2010 in Radom, as the only manufacturer of machines and devices for sorting fruits and vegetables in Poland and Eastern Europe. At Warsaw Pack 2016, Sorter will present the latest solutions in sorting of fruits and vegetables, packaging, palletising, pallet-strapping, etc.


At Warsaw Pack 2016, ABB Polska will present packaging and palletising robots, including the ready-to-install machine for super-fast packaging RacerPack. One of the attractions available at ABB’s stand will be the Oculus glasses, which enable learning of the robot programming environment ABB RobotStudio in 3D.
Anyone who visits ABB’s stand will also have the opportunity of seeing the world’s fastest palletising robot – IRB 460 – in action. However, the absolute star of the meeting will be one of the brand new products in the company’s portfolio – the dual-arm collaborative robot YuMi. Those seeking to quench their thirst will be gracefully served beverages by the robot IRB 120 at FlexBeer’s stand. FlexBeer is, of course, the work of ABB’s excellent team.