Douglas Vectra Cartoner’s New Design Maximizes Efficiency and Flexibility

News Release: Douglas Vectra(R) Cartoner’s New Design Maximizes Efficiency and Flexibility

ALEXANDRIA, MN. – Douglas meets market demand with a compact, cost-competitive cartoner, delivering the maximized performance of 300 cartons per minute with a 40% floorplan width reduction. Its flexible platform offers a 9” and 12” pitch with future options available. Removable carton forming guide ensures consistent carton picks resulting in quick and predictable changeovers. The open, tube-free frame design allows for efficient cleaning of sanitary applications.

About Douglas Machine Inc.
Founded in 1964, Douglas Machine Inc. is a global leader in automated secondary packaging solutions for paperboard, corrugated and shrink film. The company specializes in the design and manufacture of cartoners, sleevers, case/tray packers, shrink wrap systems and palletizers. Based in Alexandria, MN, Douglas is an employee-owned company that has installed more than 7,000 machines in 30 countries. For more information, visit

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