Established in 1998 by the Director, Norman Clarke, as he saw a need to provide specialised technical support within the corrugated packaging industry in Australia. With over 25 years experience within the industry, he has expanded the company to become a 'one-stop-shop' for his customers.
Packaging Adhesive Equipment Consultants & Solutions Pty Ltd (PAC Solutions) specialises in the sales and support of packaging equipment such as:
We are also proud to offer a wide range of adhesives to suit our equipment and support a variety of applications, ranging from product assembly, cardboard packaging, through to plasterboard and lamination. And to complete the production process, we also offer a range of specialised adhesive cleaners and release agents to assist in maintaining the life of the equipment and reducing production costs.
To compliment the entire manufacturing lifecycle, we recognise the importance of providing spare parts at a competitive price, along with repairs and troubleshooting at local prices. We can also assist with product development, project analysis and system upgrades which makes us your "one-stop-shop".
PROACTIVE DYNAMIC RESPONSIVE
Our company is flexible and dynamic, and at the same time, competitive and proactive in this small, unique market. We are constantly seeking new opportunities to provide our customers with a competitive edge and pride ourselves on being able to resolve our customers operational issues efficiently and effectively. We support all industries and strive to meet the needs of our customers.
Our services include:
Our brandes include:
Hot melt & cold glue adhesive dispensing equipment and quality assurance systems
Cold glue dispensing equipment
Tamegar corrugated erecting equipment
Specialised adhesive cleaners
and release agents
Supplier to the worlds
corrugated box industry
Advanced fire protection systems
Murphy drops some buttered toast on the kitchen floor, and lo & behold..... it lands butter-side-up!
He looks down in astonishment, for he knows it's a law of the universe that buttered toast ALWAYS lands butter-down. So he rushes round to the Parish to fetch Father Flanagan.
He tells the Priest that a miracle has occurred in his kitchen. He won't say what it is, but asks Fr. Flanagan to come and see it with his own eyes.
He leads Fr. Flanagan into the kitchen and asks him what he sees on the floor. "Well," says the Priest, "it's pretty obvious. Someone has dropped some buttered toast on the floor and then, for some reason, they've flipped it over so that the butter was on top."
“No, Father, I dropped it and it landed like that!" exclaimed Murphy.
"Oh my Lord," says Fr. Flanagan, "Dropped toast never falls with the butter side up. It's a miracle.... but wait... it's not for me to say it's a miracle. I'll have to report this matter to the Bishop, and, he'll have to deal with it. He'll send some people around to interview you, take photos, etc."
A thorough investigation is conducted, not only by the Archdiocese but by scientists sent over from the Curia in Rome. No expense is spared. There is great excitement in the town as everyone knows that a miracle will bring in much needed tourism revenue.
Then, after 8 long weeks and with great fanfare, the Bishop announces the final ruling. "It is certain that some kind of an extraordinary event took place in Murphy's kitchen, quite outside the natural laws of the universe. Yet the Holy See must be very cautious before ruling a miracle. All other explanations must be ruled out."
"Unfortunately, in this case, it has been declared 'No Miracle', because they think .. . . Murphy must have buttered the toast on the wrong side!"