JACKSONVILLE, FL – Haskell will demonstrate the company’s latest integrated solutions for the packaging industry at PACK EXPO 2012, October 28-31 in Chicago. PACK EXPO is the world’s largest and most comprehensive processing and packaging event, presenting the latest trends and technologies in the packaging industry.
A long-time participant at PACK EXPO, Haskell will highlight the company’s progression as a fully integrated solutions provider during this year’s show. “This event is an excellent venue for us to showcase our portfolio of facility services and EPC (Engineer Procure Construct) project delivery methodology,” said Don Baldwin, Haskell’s Chief Marketing Officer. “We introduced these capabilities at Pack Expo 2010 shortly after the acquisition of E2M, and we have refined the integration of our teams since that time.”
Recognized as experts in simulation and emulation technology, Haskell engineers will use the PACK EXPO experience to present the benefits of working in a simulated environment. “Modeling technologies are quickly becoming the norm in high-performance packaging, given their ability to address production line issues prior to start-up,” said Keith Perkey, Account Manager in Haskell’s Process and Packaging Division. “We’re pleased to be able to share this technology with customers and visitors at PACK EXPO, and to show them how they can use these processes to reduce costs and minimize risk.”
The Haskell team will also take advantage of the show’s vast educational resources to further its expertise. “PACK EXPO is an outstanding opportunity for our technical staff to preview the latest trends and technologies available in the packaging industry,” said Dennis Tone, VP of Haskell’s Process and Packaging Division. “We believe that translates into direct benefits for our clients.”
With recent project awards in excess of $150 million, Haskell is quickly demonstrating the effectiveness of an integrated approach in the design, installation and testing of world-class packaging systems. “The industry has seen both the reduction in costs and the increase in production quality that an integrated delivery system offers, and we look forward to being part of that dialogue at PACK EXPO,” John-Paul Saenz, VP of Haskell’s Food and Beverage Division.
PACK EXPO attendees may visit Haskell representatives at Booth S-3057, located on the outer wall of the Pharmaceutical Pavilion. For more information or to arrange an appointment during the show, visit haskell.com.
Haskell, one of the industry’s leading integrated design, engineering and construction firms, offers client-focused solutions in the commercial, industrial and civil infrastructure markets. With more than $550 million in annual revenue and 1,500 completed projects to date, Haskell serves a multinational client base from strategic points across the United States and in Mexico.