Syngenta Introduces Innovative Packaging to Make On-Farm Operations Safer, Easier

March 23, 2022 Gubba Seed In E News

Syngenta Crop Protection, Basel, Switzerland, announced March 21 EvoPac, an innovative liquid packaging range designed in close collaboration with growers, which, alongside the easyconnect cap, can significantly reduce operator exposure and potential risk of spills when filling. EvoPac comes with a variety of new features making it a modern, ergonomic design for easier handling, pouring, rinsing and disposal. Mark Hall, head of Sustainable and Responsible Business EAME, explains. “First, the rotating and flexible handle of the new bottle enables farmers to safely pour the product into the induction hopper when used in the traditional way. When using the easyconnect system, the handle design supports the upside-down rotation and precise positioning of the bottle on the coupler. Second, the bottle is translucent and allows the user to see the remaining product in the bottle. Third, there are no areas where product can remain due to the pack’s round angles and its central neck.”
Syngenta Crop Protection, Basel, Switzerland, announced March 21 EvoPac, an innovative liquid packaging range designed in close collaboration with growers, which, alongside the easyconnect cap, can significantly reduce operator exposure and potential risk of spills when filling. EvoPac comes with a variety of new features making it a modern, ergonomic design for easier handling, pouring, rinsing and disposal. Mark Hall, head of Sustainable and Responsible Business EAME, explains. “First, the rotating and flexible handle of the new bottle enables farmers to safely pour the product into the induction hopper when used in the traditional way. When using the easyconnect system, the handle design supports the upside-down rotation and precise positioning of the bottle on the coupler. Second, the bottle is translucent and allows the user to see the remaining product in the bottle. Third, there are no areas where product can remain due to the pack’s round angles and its central neck.”

Source: No-tillfarmer

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