The new Tech Center will become a hub for experimentation, innovation, and collaborative discussions.

Kevin Cronin, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2024

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CMC Packaging Automation North America opened its 30,000-sq-ft Tech Center in Atlanta.Image courtesy of CMC Packaging Automation North America

CMC Packaging Automation North America, a subsidiary of CMC Packaging Automation SpA, a leading supplier of fully automated right-sized packaging solutions and a partner of KKR’s Global Impact team, opened its 30,000-sq-ft Tech Center in Atlanta on March 12, 2024.

Since its inception in 2013 with the launch of the first CMC CartonWrap machine, CMC North America has solidified its position as a leader in automated packaging solutions. With more than 140 machines installed nationwide and a dedicated team of 200 field engineers, CMC Packaging Automation North America serves a wide range of clients. The company assists clients in enhancing efficiency, reducing costs, and increasing sustainability.

 

The new Tech Center will be a hub for experimentation, innovation, and collaborative discussions, not only for esteemed clients but also for technology partners.

 

"Our focus on the US market is unwavering, and the Tech Center underscores our dedication to providing unparalleled support to our clients," said Francesco Ponti, CEO of CMC. "By offering a platform for open dialogue and hands-on experience, we aim to empower our clients to overcome challenges and drive progress in their automation initiatives."

 

"The Tech Center in Atlanta mirrors our headquarters in Italy, ensuring that we can swiftly respond to our clients' needs and provide tailored solutions to address their evolving requirements," said Luigi Russo, CMC Packaging Automation general manager.

About the Author(s)

Kevin Cronin

Editor-in-Chief, Powder & Bulk Solids

Kevin Cronin has been editor-in-chief, Powder & Bulk Solids, for 30 years. For several years, he also edited food and chemical industry publications. He received a B.A. in communications—with a concentration in journalism—from the University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, in 1988.

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