HSM are global pioneers of environmental technology, committed to supporting people and their waste management requirements with market-leading solutions. Manufactured with a “Made in Germany” quality, HSM’s range of products are built with durability in mind. Leading lines include both horizontal and vertical baling systems and the ProfiPack packaging machine.

In September, HSM will be heading to the NEC, Birmingham, exhibiting at IMHX, the UK’s largest logistics industry event. On display at the exhibition will be the impressive HSM HL 7009 MGB horizontal baling press, the HSM V-Press 860 plus B vertical baling press and the Benelux Office Products Award winning HSM ProfiPack P425 packaging machine. All are set to feature live practical demonstrations.

The HSM HL 7009 MGB is a compact horizontal baling press designed to empty large refuse containers with hydraulic lifting and a large loading aperture. Bulky pieces of cardboard and plastic films are no longer a problem. This makes it ideal for those in retail, manufacturing, logistics, distribution and print and packaging environments.

The HSM ProfiPack P425 packaging machine perforates waste cardboard (large quantities are commonly found in warehouse and logistics departments), transforming them into free biodegradable packaging material for the perfect protection for a diverse range of items. The HSM ProfiPack P425 simply reduces the need to use common single plastic packaging such as bubble wrap – reducing both business and environmental costs.

Today, it’s increasingly important for businesses to do their part, making a conscious effort to participate in sustainable and environmentally-friendly practices. For HSM, increasing awareness on these issues is a main focus, providing waste management solutions to those looking to improve and maintain their environmental values.

Visit HSM at IMHX 2019 on stand 6D202.


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