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A state-of-the-art packaging machine that is compact, reliable, full of innovative features and whose parts are all easily accessible. Read about the features of the new line of stick packaging machines, designed by Omag in collaboration with Omron for the manufacture of Dompé's drug, "Okitask".

Read about the features of the new line of stick packaging machines, designed by Omag in collaboration with Omron for the manufacture of Dompé's drug, "Okitask". In a market where outsourcing seems to have become the order of the day, there are still those who firmly believe in relying on home-grown engineering. With this in mind, there is much to learn from Omag. With over 40 years' experience in manufacturing machines for the food and pharmaceutical industries, this Italian company, based in Gradara in the Province of Pesaro e Urbino, is completely self-sufficient.

From designing the systems, to creating mechanical components in its workshop, from electrical systems to software development, everything is done-in house to enable the company to meet extremely specific requests. Perhaps the best example of this working approach is the new range for packaging Okitask.

The system, designed for Dompé, includes an innovative labelling and control system that was designed and built in-house in collaboration of Omron. In order to meet the client's requirements, this is a computer vision system that uses ten FQ2 cameras to quality check the data (expiry date, batch number) printed on each individual package.

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At Omron, we like to listen to our customers. We could spend all day listening to their needs  – it gives us ideas. And because we’ve been listening to our packaging machine customers for more than 20 years, you won’t be surprised that we’ve had quite a lot of good ideas.

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