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Aagard Group, LLC

3711 Iowa Street, Alexandria, MN 56308

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Aagard Group, LLC

Aagard is delivering packaging systems that give our customers a competitive advantage. Custom built in the USA; our robust systems have made us leaders in the packaging industry. Aagard’s custom machine solutions are designed to fit your specific application, product and production environment. While delivering excellent stand alone equipment, our “all-in-one” systems are truly unique in the industry. These integrated packaging systems have allowed us to reduce overall line footprints by more than 50% in some cases, reduce installation time and cost, reduce required line labor, reduce utility costs, and significantly increase overall line efficiency. Aagard is an innovative packaging machinery manufacturer committed to fully leveraging automation in the following areas: Cartoners, Case Packers, Palletizer systems, Sleevers, Retort Loaders/Unloaders, and Form/Fill/Seal machines. We’ve developed new technologies which have allowed Aagard to go beyond the industry standards for integration. We are combining major unit operations onto a common frame and control system with spectacular results. The Aagard Group, LLC, designs, engineers and manufactures automated packaging machinery in Alexandria, Minnesota. Aagard proudly maintains a culture that fosters creative thought and collaboration.


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