Machine from Rotzinger Pharma Pack for packaging Syringes
package containing a set of syringes


Efficiently packaged syringes with cartoning packaging


Medical and pharmaceutical syringes are essential tools for medical treatment, vaccination and disease prevention. Pharmaceutical syringes can be packaged quickly and efficiently using carton packaging. Our systems are capable of handling large volumes of product, ensuring accurate and precise control of product output. All products are packaged safely and securely, providing a tightly sealed and tamper-evident proof box for your syringes. Our cartoners, as well as our other machines, are user friendly and allow for quick and easy setup and changeover, minimizing downtime and increasing productivity.

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CPA 0110, RPP - Product Page

CPA 0110

The CPA 0110 Rework Station is connected to level 3 site management systems. It is equipped with an HMI, a serial number generator, and a label printer. Further, a hand scanner enables the operator to scan codes and rework batches. 

CUT 1405, RPP - Product Page

CUT 1405

Absolute flexibility for in-feed systems, formats and closure options. Large format range with a small footprint.

CUK Series, RPP - Product Page

CUK Series

High flexibility through modular mechanical equipment for the combination of feeding and closing variations.

CUC Series, RPP - Product Page

CUC Series

Absolute flexibility for in-feed systems, formats and closure options. Outstanding ergonomics and fulfillment of cGMP regulations.

CAR-T5, RPP - Product Page


Solid construction 

Long operating life.

Functional reliability also with lower carton qualities. 

Paloma Top & Side Loader, DMX - Product Image

Paloma - Toploader and sideloader

Paloma is our high-performance robot cell. It is a top loader and feed placer able to pick and place products with vision-guided high speed delta robots into cartons, cases, thermoforms, flow-wrappers and cartoning machines. Learn more >>


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