Rennco Features the Model 501 Packager with Cup Counter/Loader at Pack Expo 2015

Sep 01, 2015

HOMER, Mich. — Rennco, powered by ProMach, features at Pack Expo Las Vegas 2015, September 28-30, the Model 501/CCL bagging system for counting and bagging single to multiple stacks of cups, tubs, or containers. This fully automated solution allows for the system to interface directly to upstream equipment onto the infeed section of the counter. Once the correct count has been reached and verified, the stack transfers forward into the bagging area. (Rennco Pack Expo Booth
# C3221)

The system allows for multiple stack configurations to be bagged, depending on the selection on the touch screen. The Model 501 packager forms, fills, and seals each bag from a single roll of polyethylene mounted on the machine. This eliminates the use of higher cost premade bags. Bags can be up to 36-inches wide and up to 18-inches long. Changing stack length and stack count per bag is accomplished simply and quickly through the Model 501 packager’s touch screen.

“The Model 501-CCL packaging system has been a proven and highly reliable system in the food service disposables market for quite some time,” said Eric Vorm, Vice President and General Manager, Rennco. “Automating the bagging system will increase throughput and lower operational costs.”

For more information on the Model 501/CCL packaging system for cups, tubs, or containers, call 800-409-5225 and visit

About Rennco

Manufacturers of consumer and food service disposables, hardware, consumer goods, medical goods, and industrial laundry services rely on Rennco for high-performance automatic and semi-automatic vertical bagging systems and heat sealing solutions. As part of the ProMach Flexibles business line, Rennco helps our packaging customers protect and grow the reputation and trust of their consumers. ProMach is performance, and the proof is in every package. Learn more about Rennco at and more about ProMach at

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