Iacopo Bianconcini

Mr. Iacopo Bianconcini joined SACMI Group in Imola, Italy, 16 years ago. He graduated in Management Engineering at  Greenwich University in London and Master Educated in Key Account Management and Marketing at SDA Bocconi of Milan and Columbia University of NY.

As a Manager in SACMI Imola Headquarter, he is directly responsible for worldwide marketing activities within the Packaging Division, which is grouping both the Beverage and Closures&Containers Business Units.

His former experience as Sales Area Manager and Key Account Manager within the Closures&Containers Division is a valuable and helpful background for his present role.

He is married and father of a 3 years old little boy, who seems to actively follow his father interests in motorbikes and more generally on everything that moves on wheels and wings!

 

SACMI

It is an international group manufacturing machines and complete plants for the Ceramics, Packaging (including Beverage and Closures&Containers), Food industries and Automation - markets in which it is a recognized worldwide leader.

Its strength lies in the application of innovative technology, the outstanding position of the Group on international markets and its commitment to research and development and providing customers with top-flight quality and service.

 

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February 7, 2017

2:00 PM

Room: TBA

Compression Molding Technology Applied to Single Serve Products

Compression Molding Technology applied to Single Serve Products.
Case Study on Coffee Capsules: lowest TCO in the industry, compression of a multilayer dose

ABSTRACT

Sacmi, leader in the plastic caps and closure industry, has extended its technological solution (compression molding) to the single-serve sector.

The extensive know how in machines manufacturing, mold manufacturing, capsule design and testing , together with the intrinsic benefit of the compression technology (shorter cycle time, lower energy consumption, higher consistency) are key elements for the quality and competitiveness of the final product.