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TIPS for Packaging is Tietoevry’s proposal to the global packaging market, it is a single-source, integrated order-to-cash solution for
• packaging paper mills
• converting plants: corrugating box, sheet feeders, display
Tietoevry ‘speaks’ paper and packaging. We are the world’s largest IT company, with 400+ people, dedicated to this industry. Our track record in the industry goes back 50+ years. Unlike many of our competitors, you will not have to explain the nuances of corrugator scheduling, or the implications of a coating process.
Director BD Packaging | Pulp, Paper & Fibre Tietoevry Industry
It is the only proven, state-of-the-art, integrated solution covering both paper mills and converting plants.
Would you like to learn more of the TIPS for Packaging solution architecture? Please contact us to request the 30-page white paper.
Constantine Goulimis has been involved with the paper industry since 1982, writing one of the first algorithms for trim optimisation, which formed the basis of his Ph.D. from Imperial College.
Goulimis has recently joined Tietoevry and he was previously working at Greycon as the founder and CEO.
He has extensive experience in projects with some of the smallest and some of the largest companies in the packaging sector, in more than 40 countries and has seen both successes and some embarrassing failures.
1. TIPS Price Calculator for preparing quotes & estimates
Many hundreds of paper machines are being trimmed with our TIPS Trim solution.
What is perhaps less well known is that TIPS Trim is equally at home with corrugators, handling both double- and triple-knife scenarios.
The solution enhances the sustainability, cost efficiency, and scalability of your entire packaging value chain.
If you are contemplating a new primary machine, or a new corrugator, talk to us about its width.
Many packaging companies need to keep paper inventory at their secondary (corrugating, converting,…) plants. This inventory is typically in reel format, usually in multiple different widths for each grade/basis weight in order to minimise trim losses at the secondary operation.