With a history spanning more than twenty years, TNA has grown from a packaging machine supplier to become recognised internationally as a leader in packaging technology and solutions.
Offering customers a complete processing/packaging production line, TNA can now not only include the design, delivery and installation of integrated packaging and processing equipment but also fully integrated operational elements such as power supply, voice and data cabling, wastewater management and building design.
TNA’s goal is to evolve from being a manufacturer of packaging machinery to pioneering the supply of seamless packaging and processing solutions.
Initially targeting snack food production lines, the launch of TNA’s processing division is aimed to quickly expand encompassing all food processing/packaging segments.
With growing pressure to retain shelf-space and presence in the eyes of the consumer, processors are faced with numerous challenges, when it comes to processing and packaging their products. With the availability of a true turn-key process/production line, project managers no longer have to cherry-pick and coordinate multiple quotes from multiple suppliers.
There are many experts in the world, manufacturing high quality equipment, but only produce a small piece of the entire line. TNA’s processing division will provide customers with equipment that’s unsurpassed and a complete processing and packaging solution to allow the complete integration of their operation.
As a solutions provider, TNA claims its new division is not just a response from problems posed by customers. TNA also involves improvements to existing machinery and the company’s philosophy of rethink the conventional.
Both Taylor and Pino maintain TNA’s defining benefit is one of practical ingenuity. By taking as standard the things that competitors treat as challenges TNA can accommodate the needs of clients and develop machinery to meet those demands.
And by accommodating these demands with greater speed, flexibility, quality, reliability and less wastage, TNA delivers lower costs per bag per minute, while reducing ongoing running and maintenance costs.
TNA claims its ultimate objective is to offer end users an unrivalled packaging and processing solution and provide the industry with unparalleled technology at flexible and competitive pricing.
According to TNA, not only will TNA provide the equipment to service any logistical or geographical need, but its equipment is supported by one of the fine engineering and project teams in the world.