Retail aesthetics, shelf life, and convenience are recognized attributes of vertical bags and there's an extensive potential range of options that can be designed into a package.
Capable, flexible, and reliable vertical form fill and seal (VFFS) machinery is critical to your packaging success. But thoughtful, broad & deep industry and consumer product insight is the key expertise needed to successfully design, install and operate a VFFS packaging machine that you can rely on for decades.
Rovema has the expertise and industry experience you can trust to help you find the best VFFS solution for your product.
See below for our full line of vertical form fill and seal machines (also known in the market as vertical baggers, VFFS or vertical f/f/s).
Our free downloadable machine comparison matrix outlines the basic, intermediate and advanced category attributes of vertical baggers along with space for you to capture comparative notes on the different solutions you are evaluating for your packaged goods product.
We couldn't bring ourselves to say "innovative." Kinds of makes us feel nauseous to hear it. After all it's just a touch screen if you know what we mean.
On the other hand some changes really are more than just incremental improvement.
While we spend most of our time looking forward, occasionally it helps to understand the origin of today's VFFS (vertical form fill seal machines) and the consistent role that Rovema has played in the drive to improve CPG bagging. Some of our key milestones include:
A list of historic firsts isn't what makes us the best today, or the right machine for your packaging requirements. It's our job today and tomorrow to continue proving it - and our range of solutions above illustrates our current capability. But it's good to know the foundation that today's technology is firmly built upon!
It's a critically important topic across manufacturing industries - and it's one that we're committed to fostering dialog around.
As an organization, we stand behind our "no end of life" principle.
We also reject the industry mindset that after over the decades of running your machinery that it's expected that you'll see an incremental drop in speed and quality.
This is unacceptable to us so if you're experiencing any drop in efficiency, know that for our customers, we're committed to restoring it.
Download this guide based on our methodical efficiency audit process.