Posts Tagged ‘packaging’

Schubert remains a reliable partner with tailor-made solutions

Gerhard Schubert

As one of the leading packaging machine manufacturers worldwide, Gerhard Schubert GmbH from Crailsheim will of course be amongst the exhibitors at the upcoming FachPack trade fair in Nuremberg. In Hall 1, Stand 219, the experts from Schubert will be presenting their answers to development trends and current questions in the packaging industry from 24…

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Nestlé wraps Yes! snack bars in recyclable paper

Nestlé

Nestlé is taking a ground-breaking step in its commitment to the environment with the launch of its Yes! snack bars in a new recyclable paper wrapper. The company claims this is the first time a confectionery bar has been packaged in paper using a high-speed flow wrap technology. This launch, Nestlé officials proclaimed, has unlocked…

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IPPR calls for plain packaging on sweets

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), which is part funded by local and national government departments, is calling for a number of hard-hitting new measures to help protect public health. Plain packaging for confectionery, crisps and high sugar drinks would “level the playing field between confectionery products and fruit and vegetables,” its new ‘Ending…

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Flexicon unveils sanitary bulk bag discharger with open channel construction

Flexicon

A new BULK-OUT Bulk Bag Discharger from Flexicon features stainless steel open-channel construction for applications in which contamination of the product or equipment cannot be tolerated. Unlike hollow steel frame members, the open-channel frame is devoid of cavities or recesses where bacteria, mold and other contaminants can breed, allowing rapid, thorough wash down with water,…

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New GEA Service Kits enable convenient and preventive maintenance

GEA

With the new GEA Service Kit concept for both packaging and forming machines, maintenance is now more convenient and even easier to plan. The kits ensure that service personnel always have the original spare parts they need to carry out trouble-free maintenance on their systems and according to given operating times and intervals. The GEA…

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Volpak: serving the market with forty years of innovation

2018 was a highly significant year for Volpak, a Coesia Group company, standing out particularly for its presentation of the SC+, a high-performance HFFS continuous motion machine that marks a real breakthrough in the pouching sector. Meanwhile the order book for ENFLEX, Volpak’s entry-level brand specialising in medium-low speed machines continues to grow doubling. Last…

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tna names Jonathan Rankin as CEO

jonathan rankin tna

tna announced the promotion of Jonathan Rankin to Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Having recently returned to tna as Chief Sales Officer (CSO), Jonathan will lead tna’s day-to-day operations, while focusing on the implementation of new processes that will take tna’s operational efficiencies and growth to the next level. Founded in 1982 by Alf and Nadia…

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Simplicity in the packing process with the SchurStar Concept!

SchurStar

Schur is an international team of 15 companies, offering packaging, packaging machines, packaging systems, and knowhow. SchurStar Systems operates out of Flensburg, Germany, Carlsbad, USA and Melbourne, Australia. We take advantage of the knowhow of the entire Schur group to offer the best possible flexible packaging solution to our customers. Increased capacity requirements called for…

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tna co-founders Alf and Nadia Taylor honoured with Ethnic Business Award

Food processing and packaging equipment manufacturer tna is pleased to announce that its co-founders Alf and Nadia Taylor have been awarded with the 2018 Ethnic Business Award in the “Medium to Large Business” category. Established in 1988, the Ethnic Business Awards are one of Australia’s longest running business awards and were founded to recognise and…

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Mars Bars face UK supply shortage in the event of no Brexit deal

Mars Bars

Mars Bars could run out of supplies in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, according to warnings made to environment minister Michael Grove by the Food and Drink Federations (FDF). The two brands’ 20 ingredients are imported from mainland Europe and reportedly can go off in a matter of several days, so a failure of…

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