IMA designs and manufactures a wide range of high technology automatic machines and complete lines to satisfy the primary, secondary and end-of-line packaging demands of the pharmaceutical industry. Due to a close and long-standing relationship with the pharmaceutical industry, IMA is able to develop processing and packaging solutions tailored to each specific requirement. IMA has a 70% share of the world market for tea bag making machines. Two thirds of the the world's filter bags are produced on IMA machines.
Device/Component ManufacturerAutomated Packaging Machines
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