Samuel Grant are delighted to be exhibiting their revolutionary Samson Nano palletwrapper at Foodex 2016 on stand N318.

Samson-Nano-Low-profile-2015[5]Launched to the market in 2014, the Samson Nano is hugely popular with clients wanting to improve their pallet wrapping operations with a faster, safer, smarter device, offering added value with a clear price-per-pallet-wrapped transparent costing system.

There is no capital expenditure involved with the installation of the Samson Nano. The machine, as well as its servicing and maintenance, are included in a fixed price per wrapped pallet, with no charge for failed wraps. Clients can see from anywhere in the world, at any given time, exactly how many pallets have been wrapped, and therefore how much they are being charged.

Visitors to the Samuel Grant Group’s stand (number N318) will be given the opportunity to book a no obligation audit of their current palletwrapping operation.

Packed with innovative technology, and boasting the lowest turntable height of any other available pallet wrapper, the Samson Nano offers a complete turnkey solution to businesses.

Pre-set to avoid any human error, the machine delivers a high quality wrap using film stretched up to three times more than previous solutions, meaning that the device is not only effective, it is also costefficient and environmentally sound.

“We love showing off the Samson Nano, and Foodex provides the perfect platform,” says Andrew Grant, Managing Director of Samuel Grant Group. “The machine is born out of four generations of packaging obsession, and it gives us great pleasure to have brought it to market.”

The low turntable height, a totally unique feature to the Samson Nano, means that it can be installed safely anywhere, without the risk of unstable loads.

Superior wrapping from the Samson Nano also ensures less damage to goods either during the wrapping process or subsequent transport.

Tel: 0113 270 7221

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