Bohl Stretch Wrapping Machines
Useful Links:
Bohl manufacturing headquarters: http://www.boehl-einwickeln.de/index9.html

Signode Packaging Systems

Signode Packaging Systems
H Boehl North America partners with Signode to provide outstanding packaging solutions. 
Please click this link to visit the Signode website:

http://www.signode.com/

Fleetwood Signode Metals Group

Fleetwood Signode
H Boehl North America partners with Fleetwood Signode to provide outstanding packaging solutions. 
Please click this link to visit the Fleetwood Signode website:

http://www.fleetsig.com/

Muller Load Containment Systems

Signode Packaging Systems
H Boehl North America partners with Muller to provide outstanding packaging solutions. 
Please click this link to visit the Muller website:

http://www.mullerlcs.com//

Bohl is the industry expert in packaging with stretch wrapping. Bohl holds the patent on the technologyhttp://www.patentbuddy.com/Patent/8006838

Bohl Stretch Wrapping Machine - Background Info

Bohl stretch wrapping machine origins
Bohl was founded in 1925 in Hueckeswagen, Germany. Since the founding, Bohl has been an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of high quality machines used to wrap and package products in a wide variety of manufacturing industries. Bohl machines are used world wide and the company holds several patents on wrapping machine technology. 
Please click this link to visit the Bohl website:

http://www.boehl-einwickeln.de/index9.html


By the way - For those curious about the differences in the spelling. H Boehl North America (HBNA) uses the "Americanized" spelling to better match the correct pronunciation. Boehl is pronounced - Boohl. Similar to: "swimming poohl". The German language uses a few written letters that English does not. The correct German spelling is BÖHL which uses the umlaut version of the letter O. 
Bohl Stretch Wrapping Machines