The first tube filling machine

Our history

Norden Kalmar history

A long history of innovations

 

Norden Machinery has focused exclusively on advancing tube filling systems for over 80 years. Many innovations have been introduced along the way.

2018: Norden customers may keep an eye of the machine performance via Norden's IoT app. The IoT-solution harvests key values and production data, such as OEE, from the Norden packaging line. The values are presented in a user friendly manner in an app on a tablet or a PC.

2016: The world's fastest tube filling and cartoning line is made at Norden. NC 1000 - NF 1000 is filling, sealing and packing 1 000 tubes/minute.

2012: Norden started in-house manufacturing of advanced mechanical tools and size parts.

2008: This year marks the acquisition by the current owners of Norden. Coesia is a group of innovation-based industrial and packaging solutions companies operating globally, headquartered in Bologna Italy, fully owned by Isabella Seràgnoli.

1998: Robot Feeder a flexible feeding system which picks the tubes direct from the tube box and places them directly into the tube holders.

1992: Design-A-Seal® was introduced to the market and opened numerous possibilities to draw attention to the tube. The Design-A-Seal® enables the end of the tube to be decoratively shaped, so that the decoration can become part of the weld.

Our history

 

1985: This year Norden started the development of 3-colour filling technique in higher speeds.

1984: The Hot Air sealing method was introduced. The method uses hot air to heat the inside of the tube. This system provides precise control of the sealing temperature and protects the decoration of the tube.

1980: The Norden company was founded

1934: The first tube filling machine is made. For over 80 years we have focused exclusively on advancing tube filling systems and have introduced many innovations along the way.

1877: Norden originates from Arenco, which in turn evolved from a local machinery manufacturer, founded the year of 1877 in Kalmar, Sweden.