TADBIK
GROUP
SOLUTIONS
INNOVATIONS
PRODUCTS
FAREVA PRESENTATION 01/07/2013
Group Structure:
CLP is based in Kibbutz Negba Industrial Park, Israel. CLP
has built a reputation as one of the world's most
innovative ma...
 Tadbik Labels was established in 1983 and steadily
grew to become a leader in self adhesive (pressure
sensitive) labeling...
    Tadbik Pack SA is Tadbik’s
manufacturing and distributing
subsidiary in Johannesburg, South Africa. Since the
opening ...
    and packaging systems for a
wide variety of solutions for
the food, chemical, pharmaceutical,
agricultural and other i...
    We offer a broad array of 
circuitry for RFID and other “smart label” 
technology, along with the expertise in 
integr...
Our Customers:
Retort
Pouches
• CLP is a leading manufacturer of flexible packaging
solutions
• Driven by sustainability, technology and innovation
Moti...
CLP - VISION
• Committed to excellence in customer service
Building long term relationships with our customers
• Achieving...
• Quality Assurance – Platinum award (5):
• ISO 9001-2000, ISO 14000, ISO 18000
• BRC (Category B), HACCP
• 5113 (ISI)
• F...
Technology and Processes
General
Wipes
Baby wipes
and
Cosmetic wipes
Surface Care
H2H
wipes
Baby wipes –
“commodity”
Cosmetic wipes-
outstanding gr...
• Structure – PET/PE
• Advantages
• Quality
• Replaces plastic containers
• Small package, visibility , easy to use, reclo...
Wet Wipes
• Facial wipes, nail polish remover, eye glasses
cleaners
• Structure – PET/PE
• Advantages
• High graphics capabilities.
...
Cosmetics
Cosmetics Wipes
• Good for cleaning furniture, floors, clothes
• Advantages
• minimum layers – maximum performance
• Withstands aggressive...
Cleaning Wipes
-Stain remover Wet Wipes
Supporting Innovation -
stain remover in wipes
Cleaning Wipes- paint remover
Supporting Innovation -
Paint remover in wipes
Leather Wipes
Cleaning Wipes
• Sachets for iodine, alcohol and lemon glycerin
• Structures
• Alcohol – PAP/ALU/EX PE
• Iodine – PAP /ALU /PET /EX PE
• ...
Medical Wipes
Sustainability is the capacity to endure .
Sustainable development is development that meets
the needs of the present with...
• Paperlike mono-film based on calcium carbonate
or talk and a special seal layer
• Reducing the gauge of PET from 12 micr...
• Producing laminate from identical raw materials :
• BOPP/CPP
• BOPP/BPP
• Producing laminate from mono-layer for example...
• Traditional plastics are made up of synthetic
polymers
• In fact, over 90% of all plastics produced today
are made from ...
Biopolymers are compounds made by all living
organisms including plants.
For example :
rubber, starch , cellulose , protei...
A renewable resource is a natural resource that is
created in the environment faster than it is used up
by people .
Biopol...
• Biopolymers are biodegradable, and some are also
compostable
• Some biopolymers are biodegradable : they are
broken down...
• Biodegradation is a process where something breaks down
into simple compounds as a result of the action of
microorganism...
Plant Management
PRODUCTIONPRODUCTION
PLANT MANAGER
MAINTENANCE DEPT.
FINISHING DEPT.LAMINATION DEPT.PRINTING DEPT.
PLANT ENGINEER PLANNING...
PLANT DATA
• PLANT AREA - 24,000 sq. meters
• BUILT AREA - 12,000 sq. meters
• IN-SITE WAREHOUSE - 1,500 sq. meters
• SHDE...
FLEXOGRAPHIC PRESSES
• 8 COLOR CENTRAL IMPRESSION
UTECO + GRAVURE UNIT,1270 mm
(2003)
• 8 COLOR CENTRAL IMPRESSION
W&H 127...
LAMINATION DEPARTMENT
3 DIFFERENT LAMINATION TECHNOLOGIES:
• 3 SOLVENT BASED LAMINATORS.
• 1 SOLVENTLESS LAMINATOR.
• 1 EX...
FINISHING DEPT. – SLITTERS
• 7 SLITTERS, 4 OF THEM MODELS
1991 – 2010.
• 3 SLITTERS WITH LASER
SCORING CAPABILITIES
(STRAI...
FINISHING DEPT. – POUCH
MAKING MACHINES
7 TOTANY MACHINES, 1994
TO 2007 MODELS.
2 MACHINES CAPABLE OF
MAKING POUCHES WITH
...
CENTRAL LABORATORY
Main equipment :
Gas Chromatograph.
FTIR – Analysis of substrates and materials.
Tensiometers.
Optical ...
ADDITIONAL ISSUES
1. QUALITY.
2. HACCP – BRC CERTIFICATION.
3. TRACEABILITY.
4. ISO 18000 / 14000.
5. PROCESS CONTROL.
DATA QUALITY = PRODUCT QUALITY
SALES Vs. PRODUCTION
“CONTRACT”
Quality Concept
To fulfill customers requirements and expectations,
in an effective and profitable way, thus creating a
win win situation ...
The Target is reached by a constant
endeavor to reduce variations
along the supply chain.
Quality Concept
• Raw materials
• Production facilities
• Human factors
• Production systems
• Environmental factors
Quality Variation Cau...
• Human Factor:
1. Prerequisite language and education level
2. On the job training
3. Professional training
4. Adequate s...
• Production System:
1. ISO 9000, 14001, 18000, HACCP, BRC certification
2. Production managed according to Theory of Cons...
• Environmental factors :
1. Air conditioned production halls
2. Closed, protected production area
3. Regenerative Thermal...
• Environmental factors :
1. Air conditioned production halls
2. Closed, protected production area
3. Regenerative Thermal...
Quality Control
INTERNAL
LAB
INTERNAL
LAB
CENTRAL
LAB
CENTRAL
LAB
S
SAMPLE
INTERNAL
LAB
S
SAMPLE
S
SAMPLE
S
SAMPLE
RAW MAT...
Thank you
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  • Goot Morgan …… Today I will try to persuade you that the current situation in Germany where you can barely find 4 items of retort products in stand up pouches on the shelves of the stores is illogically and it will definitely change sooner or later . The use of stand up pouches for retort food becomes easy, convenient, handy and will be spread widely also in Germany . Center for Advanced Food Technology Rutgers University
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    1. 1. TADBIK GROUP SOLUTIONS INNOVATIONS PRODUCTS FAREVA PRESENTATION 01/07/2013
    2. 2. Group Structure:
    3. 3. CLP is based in Kibbutz Negba Industrial Park, Israel. CLP has built a reputation as one of the world's most innovative manufacturers of flexible packaging. Owns subsidiaries in South Africa & Russia           CLP is renowned for its research, development and manufacturing excellence – the company has been at the forefront of technologies including microwaveable retort laminates, taste-free water packaging, the innovative Bag Without A Box package, and many, many other flexible packaging milestones.
    4. 4.  Tadbik Labels was established in 1983 and steadily grew to become a leader in self adhesive (pressure sensitive) labeling solutions. Tadbik has become a global provider of colorful, high-quality labels that combine elegance, performance and cost-efficiency.             Logotech is Tadbik’s North American subsidiary, based in New Jersey, U.S.A. Logotech produces pressure sensitive labels with letterpress, rotary offset and digital technology, and is at the forefront of the narrow web converting industry with its work on tube stock, unsupported film and PET lidding material.
    5. 5.     Tadbik Pack SA is Tadbik’s manufacturing and distributing subsidiary in Johannesburg, South Africa. Since the opening of our production facility in 2008, Tadbik Pack SA has earned renown throughout the region for high-quality shrink sleeves, in-mold labels, self adhesive labels and flexible packaging. Tadbik Pack branched off from Tadbik Labels. to pioneer the shrink sleeve, in-mold label for injection (IML-I) and in-mold label for blow mold (IML-B) markets. Since our start in 1997, we have become world renowned for our outstanding quality and continual innovation
    6. 6.     and packaging systems for a wide variety of solutions for the food, chemical, pharmaceutical, agricultural and other industries. Tadbik Systems specializes in providing custom-made solutions for your packaging lines and designs and manufactures reliable, cost-effective equipment for applying pressure sensitive (self-adhesive) labels and shrink sleeves, as well as a new line of precision weighing
    7. 7.     We offer a broad array of  circuitry for RFID and other “smart label”  technology, along with the expertise in  integrating electronics with high-quality labels  to ensure sophisticated labels that look  beautiful and perform beautifully.  Tadbik Advanced Technologies (TAT)  stands at the cutting edge of converting technology. TAT develop opportunities in the  packaging industry, the company brings the  dream of sophisticated and cost-efficient printed  electronics to life.  
    8. 8. Our Customers:
    9. 9. Retort Pouches
    10. 10. • CLP is a leading manufacturer of flexible packaging solutions • Driven by sustainability, technology and innovation Motivated by in-house ideas and customers’ needs Established customer tailor made solutions CLP - VISION
    11. 11. CLP - VISION • Committed to excellence in customer service Building long term relationships with our customers • Achieving long term steady growth with Professional and dedicated employees • Global presence Meeting all global quality assurance standards • Strategic markets –Israel, USA, Europe, Mexico, RSA, Latin America
    12. 12. • Quality Assurance – Platinum award (5): • ISO 9001-2000, ISO 14000, ISO 18000 • BRC (Category B), HACCP • 5113 (ISI) • FDA compliant (food packaging, diagnostics) • Environment CLP’S - QA
    13. 13. Technology and Processes
    14. 14. General Wipes Baby wipes and Cosmetic wipes Surface Care H2H wipes Baby wipes – “commodity” Cosmetic wipes- outstanding graphics Cleaning Wipes (floors, furniture, windows, kitchen) Medical segment – Alcohol/iodine wipes
    15. 15. • Structure – PET/PE • Advantages • Quality • Replaces plastic containers • Small package, visibility , easy to use, reclosable, informative, light weight, reduced waste • Filling machine – Horizontal packaging machine Baby Wipes
    16. 16. Wet Wipes
    17. 17. • Facial wipes, nail polish remover, eye glasses cleaners • Structure – PET/PE • Advantages • High graphics capabilities. • Replaces plastic and glass containers • Small package, visibility , easy to use, reclosable, informative, light weight, reduced waste • Filling machine – Horizontal and vertical packaging machines Cosmetics Wipes
    18. 18. Cosmetics
    19. 19. Cosmetics Wipes
    20. 20. • Good for cleaning furniture, floors, clothes • Advantages • minimum layers – maximum performance • Withstands aggressive liquids (lamination and inks) • Replaces plastic containers • Small package, visibility , easy to use, reclosable, informative, light weight, reduced waste • Filling machine – Horizontal packaging machine Surface Care Wet Wipes
    21. 21. Cleaning Wipes
    22. 22. -Stain remover Wet Wipes Supporting Innovation - stain remover in wipes
    23. 23. Cleaning Wipes- paint remover Supporting Innovation - Paint remover in wipes
    24. 24. Leather Wipes
    25. 25. Cleaning Wipes
    26. 26. • Sachets for iodine, alcohol and lemon glycerin • Structures • Alcohol – PAP/ALU/EX PE • Iodine – PAP /ALU /PET /EX PE • Advantages • Special production processes which can promise long shelf life and can withstand aggressive materials • Easy to use by medical staff • Replaces plastic and glass containers • Filling machine – Horizontal and vertical packaging machine Laminate for Medical (Alcohol wipes(
    27. 27. Medical Wipes
    28. 28. Sustainability is the capacity to endure . Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. • Reduce packaging • Recyclable packaging • Biodegradable and compostable packaging • Renewable packaging Sustainable development
    29. 29. • Paperlike mono-film based on calcium carbonate or talk and a special seal layer • Reducing the gauge of PET from 12 micron to 9-10 micron • Reducing the gauge of PE from 50-60 micron to 40-50 micron Reduce packaging
    30. 30. • Producing laminate from identical raw materials : • BOPP/CPP • BOPP/BPP • Producing laminate from mono-layer for example : • PP – mono film • PE – mono film Recyclable packaging
    31. 31. • Traditional plastics are made up of synthetic polymers • In fact, over 90% of all plastics produced today are made from only five polymers: polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride), polypropylene, polystyrene, and polyethylene there phthalate) • However, environmental concerns have increased interest in green plastics that are made from biopolymers Polymers
    32. 32. Biopolymers are compounds made by all living organisms including plants. For example : rubber, starch , cellulose , proteins and DNA. Biopolymers are renewable, sustainable, and can be carbon neutral. What are biopolymers?
    33. 33. A renewable resource is a natural resource that is created in the environment faster than it is used up by people . Biopolymers are renewable, because they are made From plant materials which can be grown year on year indefinitely Renewable packaging
    34. 34. • Biopolymers are biodegradable, and some are also compostable • Some biopolymers are biodegradable : they are broken down into CO2 and water by microorganisms • Some of these biodegradable biopolymers are compostable: they can be put into an industrial composting process and will break down by 90% within 6 months (under European Standard EN 13432 2000) Biopolymers
    35. 35. • Biodegradation is a process where something breaks down into simple compounds as a result of the action of microorganisms (like bacteria, fungi, or algae) • Hydro-biodegradable materials are first broken down by interaction with water (a process call hydrolysis) • Photo-biodegradable materials are first broken down by interaction with sunlight (a process call photolysis) • Oxo-degradable materials created from traditional polymers and additives and become degradable Biodegradation
    36. 36. Plant Management
    37. 37. PRODUCTIONPRODUCTION PLANT MANAGER MAINTENANCE DEPT. FINISHING DEPT.LAMINATION DEPT.PRINTING DEPT. PLANT ENGINEER PLANNING & CONTROL FINISHED GOODS WAREHOUSE RAW MATERIALS WAREHOUSE PRODUCTION ENGINEERING LABORATORY
    38. 38. PLANT DATA • PLANT AREA - 24,000 sq. meters • BUILT AREA - 12,000 sq. meters • IN-SITE WAREHOUSE - 1,500 sq. meters • SHDEROT WAREHOUSE - 6,200 sq. meters • NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES - 270
    39. 39. FLEXOGRAPHIC PRESSES • 8 COLOR CENTRAL IMPRESSION UTECO + GRAVURE UNIT,1270 mm (2003) • 8 COLOR CENTRAL IMPRESSION W&H 1270 mm (2009)
    40. 40. LAMINATION DEPARTMENT 3 DIFFERENT LAMINATION TECHNOLOGIES: • 3 SOLVENT BASED LAMINATORS. • 1 SOLVENTLESS LAMINATOR. • 1 EXTRUDER LAMINATOR. • 1 HOT MELT COATING MACHINE.
    41. 41. FINISHING DEPT. – SLITTERS • 7 SLITTERS, 4 OF THEM MODELS 1991 – 2010. • 3 SLITTERS WITH LASER SCORING CAPABILITIES (STRAIGHT & SHAPED LINES).
    42. 42. FINISHING DEPT. – POUCH MAKING MACHINES 7 TOTANY MACHINES, 1994 TO 2007 MODELS. 2 MACHINES CAPABLE OF MAKING POUCHES WITH ZIPPER, 1 MACHINE FOR SHAPED POUCHES. 1 W & H MACHINE FOR LARGE BAGS. 1 SPOUT INSERTION MACHINE. .
    43. 43. CENTRAL LABORATORY Main equipment : Gas Chromatograph. FTIR – Analysis of substrates and materials. Tensiometers. Optical density. MOCON - OTR Analysis. Micrometer. Digital Meter.
    44. 44. ADDITIONAL ISSUES 1. QUALITY. 2. HACCP – BRC CERTIFICATION. 3. TRACEABILITY. 4. ISO 18000 / 14000. 5. PROCESS CONTROL.
    45. 45. DATA QUALITY = PRODUCT QUALITY SALES Vs. PRODUCTION “CONTRACT”
    46. 46. Quality Concept
    47. 47. To fulfill customers requirements and expectations, in an effective and profitable way, thus creating a win win situation for both companies Quality Target
    48. 48. The Target is reached by a constant endeavor to reduce variations along the supply chain. Quality Concept
    49. 49. • Raw materials • Production facilities • Human factors • Production systems • Environmental factors Quality Variation Causes
    50. 50. • Human Factor: 1. Prerequisite language and education level 2. On the job training 3. Professional training 4. Adequate salary and benefits 5. Periodic feedback 6. Safe working environment 7. Managerial involvement in major projects How CLP Copes with Quality Variation
    51. 51. • Production System: 1. ISO 9000, 14001, 18000, HACCP, BRC certification 2. Production managed according to Theory of Constraints principles 3. Field laboratories 4. Highly equipped central laboratory 5. BOM and Scheduling software 6. Computerized Data Collection 7. LLI Forecasting System. 8. Full Traceability. 9. Quality plan for major projects. 10. Every major defect is investigated and followed by CAPA procedure. 11. CAPA measures are periodically checked for effectiveness How CLP Copes with Quality Variation
    52. 52. • Environmental factors : 1. Air conditioned production halls 2. Closed, protected production area 3. Regenerative Thermal Oxidation System 4. Solvent retention tracking 5. Solvent recycling How CLP Copes with Quality Variation
    53. 53. • Environmental factors : 1. Air conditioned production halls 2. Closed, protected production area 3. Regenerative Thermal Oxidation System 4. Solvent retention tracking 5. Solvent recycling How CLP Copes with Quality Variation
    54. 54. Quality Control INTERNAL LAB INTERNAL LAB CENTRAL LAB CENTRAL LAB S SAMPLE INTERNAL LAB S SAMPLE S SAMPLE S SAMPLE RAW MATERIAL PRINTING LAMINATION FINAL PRODUCT incoming storage storage packing & shipment
    55. 55. Thank you
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