(Marlton, NJ—June 2020) Some of the most innovative and successful small-batch purveyors in the gourmet food industry have soared in popularity by following this winning formula: they have a great product and – most importantly – have figured out how to get it into the hands of as many “foodies” as possible. In 2016, T.H.E.M. (Technical Help in Engineering & Marketing), a leading provider of flexible, single-serve packaging, played a pivotal role in helping one such company, The Jam Stand. Continue reading
“Success is nothing more than a highly evolved state of failure.”
Neil Kozarsky – CEO, T.H.E.M.
Success or failure are rarely stand-alone events. More frequently, they’re products of some ongoing process. Triumph and disaster can occur with the introduction of a new product, line extensions of an existing product, and they can happen during the redesign of a legacy brand. Every problem – and by extension – every resolution has its own unique set of circumstances. And time is of the essence. So here are a few universal thoughts to consider:
T.H.E.M.’s strategic partnership with MULTIVAC provides a world of packaging solutions that deliver significant customer advantages. MULTIVAC offers the widest range of packaging systems and machinery on the market and when combined with our unmatched track record for leadership and innovation in packaging solutions, the opportunities are virtually limitless.
We at T.H.E.M have been working closely with our strategic packaging partner MULTIVAC since 2014. Our dynamic relationship began with the installation of an R 535 thermoforming packaging machine enabling T.H.E.M. customers to prototype, test-market and produce at low or medium volumes. Not long after, a MULTIVAC T 300 H traysealer for packaging non-food products in preformed shells was installed in our production facilities.
Through our dynamic affiliation with MULTIVAC, we configure customized packaging systems and solutions for an entire spectrum of products from portion packs of mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, and barbecue sauce to packs of nutraceutical and cosmetic products. In developing these solutions, we consider all aesthetic and design aspects of the packs as well as the functional elements such as opening aids like ‘Snap & Peel’, ‘Snap Open’ and ‘Peel Back’.
MULTIVAC is one of the worldwide leading providers of packaging solutions used to pack a range of products including; food products, life science and healthcare products, and industrial goods. With MULTIVAC, our product portfolio covers nearly all the needs of the customer and includes – in addition to thermoforming packaging machines – traysealers, chamber machines, labeling and quality inspection systems, and even turnkey production lines.
Our customers benefit from our profound knowledge of processes and systems and from an integrated advisory service all from one source.
Packaging protects your goods and maintains their quality. Protecting values – as a manufacturer of packaging machines, this is what our business is about in every aspect of our commercial activity.
To learn more about MULTIVAC, click here: https://multivac.com/en/
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Visitors to the T.H.E.M. booth at Pack Expo 2018 experienced first-hand the superior quality and high-speed performance advantages of the Sanko FC-1000 Powder Stick Packaging Machine and the Sanko FR-3 Liquid Filling Machine for Sachets. Continue reading
Pack Expo Booth #E-7737
October 14-17, 2018
McCormick Place, Chicago, IL
Technical Help in Engineering and Marketing (T.H.E.M.), leading North American provider of single-serve flexible packaging solutions, and the exclusive North American representative for Sanko Machinery Co., will feature two new, high-performance machines at Pack Expo 2018.
(Marlton, NJ, November 2016) Technical Help in Engineering and Marketing (T.H.E.M.), a leading North American provider of single-serve flexible packaging solutions, and the exclusive North American representative for Sanko Machinery Co., will feature two new, high-performance machines at Pack Expo 2016:
1. The Sanko FR-3. The fastest liquid pouch machine of its kind in the world, the FR-3 now includes more features for enhanced versatility.
2. The Sanko FC-1000α. This 16-lane, high-speed powder stick packaging machine has been introduced with new features for enhanced efficiency and simplified operation. Continue reading
(Marlton, NJ, August 2016) Technical Help in Engineering and Marketing (T.H.E.M.), a leading provider of flexible packaging solutions, is providing contract packaging services for the introduction of a line of innovative craft beer concentrates from the Foxboro Brewing Company, Inc. Continue reading
(Marlton, NJ, July 2016) Technical Help in Engineering and Marketing (T.H.E.M.), a leading provider of flexible packaging solutions, recently announced the opening of its new 20,000 sq. ft. facility dedicated to non-food contract packaging. Expected to be operational in October 2016, it is conveniently located in Mt. Laurel, NJ, only minutes from the T.H.E.M. Marlton, NJ headquarters. The facility will be featuring Snapsil® production along with a variety of single-dose, easy-open packaging formats. Continue reading
With the Help of Packaging Company T.H.E.M., The Jam Stand Preserves
Persuades Million Dollar Buyer.
(Marlton, NJ – May 2016) T.H.E.M. (Technical Help in Engineering & Marketing), a leading provider of flexible packaging solutions, was recently featured on Billion Dollar Buyer, CNBC’s reality TV program starring businessman Tilman Fertitta. In each episode, the self-made billionaire and CEO of Texas-based restaurant, casino and entertainment empire Fertitta Entertainment, travels the country to assess potential products for his businesses. T.H.E.M. participated in Episode Three of the program, assisting specialty jam company The Jam Stand with the development and delivery of a new packaging solution for their unique product. Continue reading
(Marlton, NJ) T.H.E.M. is very happy to be a part of the major stride forward in Liquid Pouch Packaging with Team Bemis and Sanko Machinery. Check out this short video!