Kongsberg XL46

Burnsville, MN -- Known mostly for their ability to engineer and manufacture transport packaging products such as wooden crates, pallets, reusables and export packaging services; Packnet Ltd announced the addition of a new CAD/CAM supported production table. The new Kongsberg XL46 packaging table allows Packnet to produce extremely precise boxes, creased pads, foam components and foam end caps from a wide variety of materials and in quick fashion.

"This new capability helps our customers get to market faster, by enabling us to create simple or complex custom packaging solutions quickly without tooling" said Dan Schultze of Packnet LTD. "This capability can service virtually all of our markets and packaging applications."

One of the largest in the industry, this die-less cutting and creasing table can produce quality parts in virtually any quantity or size without requiring expensive tooling charges. Packnet will produce a first article for inspection and approval allowing customers to confirm the size and function of the desired box, tote, pad and display or foam components.

"This investment demonstrates our commitment to growth in the custom packaging market, and is consistent with our strategy to be a technology leader in the design and manufacturing of custom packaging systems" Said Mike Nyberg of Packnet LTD. "We will continue to invest in capabilities that reduce our cycle times to develop and deliver packaging solutions."

Packnet is a privately owned company with locations in Burnsville Minnesota and Faribault Minnesota. Packnet specializes in industrial custom packaging and storage solutions. They also perform die cutting and CNC manufacturing for wood, corrugated, foam and plastic materials.

Contact Information
Dan Schultze
Packnet LTD.
http://www.packnetltd.com
952-944-9105

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