PKB Cosmetics, toiletry and fragrance filling lines


In the special Perfumes/Cosmetics sector, where brands rival one another in ingenious and original bottle design, PKB designs and offers cosmetics and perfume filling machines that are adapted to designer creativity and the permanent changes in packaging.

PKB's customers, who have become partners, are delighted by the Company's versatility and broad capability. In addition to machine flexibility, PKB constantly seeks ways to make the changes needed to meet its customers' current and future requirements.

While keeping simple design concepts in its perfume and cosmetics filling machines, PKB uses the most advanced technology to offer the highest number of secure solutions for its customers' increasingly innovative and sophisticated packaging.

Skill in all types of filling and capping technologies means that we can offer a very flexible response when a new production line is being started up, one of the main constraints of which is usually the commercial launch date for new products.

For contract packers, the exceptional adaptability of PKB cosmetics and fragrance filling machines to all new customer requests or to any new products, enables them to manage a modular, highly reactive range of machinery, thus creating strong commercial relationships with end customers based on trust.

Our Mechanical and Automation design departments develop solutions from the customer’s specifications through to final delivery.


Different criteria are taken into consideration in the design:

  • Suitability to meet the customer’s request
  • Quick format changeovers without tools, easy and reproducible
  • Minimum maintenance
  • Optimized accessibility and ergonomic design
  • Small footprint
  • Robustness
  • Straightforward, uncomplicated operation
  • Quality of cleaning
  • Easy adaptation to new formats and new packaging


Our design departments have efficient tools to:

  • Carry out deformation analyses
  • Calculate compressed air and electricity consumption
  • Simulate movement cycles
  • Analyze technical risks
  • Analyze human risks