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About second-hand Packaging machines

In order to prepare your product for consumer sales, such as in supermarkets, it usually needs to be packaged. Packaging individual items or units extends their shelf life and increases their marketability. Packaging your products can also increase your overall revenue. Additionally, by packaging your products yourself, you may eliminate a link in the supply chain and differentiate yourself from your direct competitors.

The problem with (self) packaging is that it requires a significant investment at the beginning to purchase a new packaging machine. Furthermore, the method of packaging or the type of packaging may vary depending on the product and the recipient, which means the packaging can change per customer. To save costs and shorten the return on investment period, it is advantageous for companies to choose a used packaging machine.


Used packaging machines

There are various ways to package your products, and therefore, there are numerous types of packaging machines, each with its specific purpose. At Duijndam Machines, we always have a large and varied selection of used packaging machines available, ranging from used flow pack machines to top seal machines. There's a good chance you will find the used packaging machine you are looking for with us.

On this page, you will find used packaging machines used for packaging:

  • Vegetables, such as (sweet) potatoes, onions, sprouts, carrots, tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, eggplants, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, spring onions, sweet corn, chicory, garlic, lettuce, and asparagus.
  • Fruits, such as apples, pears, citrus fruits (oranges, nectarines, lemons, limes), apricots, plums, strawberries, berries, cherries, kiwis, avocados, and mangoes.
  • Meat, poultry, and fish.


Which packaging machine do I need?

The choice of a specific type of packaging machine depends on the type of product you wish to package. Different types of packaging machines can be distinguished, each with its own method of packaging. Some are explained below:

Flow pack machine

In flow packing, a product is hermetically sealed in a plastic package with air, forming a single "flow." The packaging is sealed by heat, which is why this type of machine is also called a heat sealing machine. The film used can be printed with a logo or be transparent. Horizontal flow pack machines, for example, are used for packaging bell peppers, eggplants, fennel, leeks, and trays of tomatoes or pears. Vertical flow pack machines are used for packaging loose products such as cut vegetables, lettuce, sprouts, and potatoes.

Shrink wrap packaging machine

Another method of packaging is by using shrink wrap. With shrink wrap, the film is first loosely wrapped around the product, and then the product is sealed airtight by a shrink oven. This process also extends the product's shelf life. Cucumbers and broccoli, for example, are packaged using shrink wrap.

Stretch wrap packaging machine

Similar to shrink wrap, this machine uses stretch wrap film to package and extend the shelf life of products. When packaging with stretch wrap, the products are often placed on a cardboard or plastic tray, and the tight cling film is stretched around them to improve shelf life. This packaging method is widely used for chicken, cheese, pastries, as well as vegetables such as corn and apples.

Topsealmachine

Another well-known packaging method is top sealing. With top seal machines, a tray is covered with a film on the top, which is why it is also called tray sealing. This packaging method is commonly used for meat and ready-to-eat salads. It is also popular for packaging vegetables such as trays of cherry tomatoes and blueberries.

Net packaging machines and net clippers

The net packaging machine, also known as a netlon packaging machine, is an essential addition to this list. This machine is widely used for packaging onions, garlic, citrus fruits, avocados, and various other vegetables. Net packaging machines are often equipped with weighers to measure the correct quantity, after which the products are placed in a plastic net and sealed with a metal clip using the net clipper.


Fresh produce packaging; FOR POTATOES, VEGETABLES, AND FRUITS

Due to the perishable nature of fresh fruits and vegetables, packaging machines are indispensable. Potato, vegetable, and fruit packaging machines not only serve the purpose of extending the product's shelf life but also play a crucial role in presenting the product attractively and providing essential information to consumers. Packaging plays an essential role in the marketing and promotion of these fresh products. However, the type of packaging demanded by the retail industry can quickly change due to market trends, packaging prices, and desired formats.


HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT SECOND-HAND PACKAGING MACHINE FOR ME?

On this page, you will find an overview of all available used packaging machines. You can use the filter on the left side to refine our offerings based on different criteria such as type, brand, category, and price. On the page of a specific packaging machine, you will find all the necessary information about the product, including photos. If you are interested in any of the machines, you can easily request more information or a non-binding quote from us. Want to be sure? Contact us by phone or visit us to see the used machine for yourself at our company. You will get the best impression of the machine when you see it in person. Of course, we are also happy to advise you on which second-hand packaging machine best suits your situation.


HOW DO WE OPERATE AT DUIJNDAM MACHINES?

At Duijndam Machines, we always strive to have a broad stock of high-quality machines. Our inventory usually includes around 1200 used machines. Our philosophy is that our customers should be able to use the delivered machines for many years to come. The commitment to quality begins with a critical procurement policy. After purchase, we inspect the machines thoroughly on various points. This is followed by a thorough cleaning and any necessary repairs to the offered machine. Meanwhile, clear photos and a description are added to our website, enabling potential customers to orient themselves online. If you have found a suitable machine, it can be delivered worldwide right to your door.

If you are interested in one of our packaging machines, please feel free to contact us, and we will provide you with personalized advice.