‘Life is better with lots of candy’– And, Bosch Packaging Technology has a perfect solution for your candy packaging needs.
Julia Child once said ‘you don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces- just good food from fresh ingredients’. And to preserve the freshness of the ingredients, good packaging plays a very important role.
Producers of chocolate have to manage change quickly ‒ all year round. From caramel to coconut, strawberry to sea salt – manufacturers are now offering anything and everything in order to satisfy evolving consumer appetites. …more
Are you looking for an economical yet high performing flow wrapper? Imagine you get a Bosch machine within your budget to suit your packaging needs! Yes, we are talking about the Pack 101 horizontal flow wrapper from Bosch. …more
Bosch Packaging Technology has opened its system competence center in Weert, the Netherlands, to help food and non-food producers of all sizes in selecting their ideal complete packaging equipment configuration. …more
With high consumer demand for chocolate and hundreds of different sizes, shapes and packaging colors strewn across today’s confectionery counters, making a product stand out from the crowd or being recognized is one of the biggest challenges that manufacturers face. …more
Bosch Packaging Technology opened the gates of its site in Schiedam, the Netherlands, on February 17, 2016, to welcome customers, colleagues and partners to their inhouse show. Over 100 international visitors took the unique chance to get a guided tour by Bosch experts who explained and demonstrated the comprehensive horizontal packaging technologies for the biscuit, bakery and bar industries. …more
When Aristotle said the „whole is greater than the sum of its parts”, he’d never have guessed this would apply to sophisticated packaging lines for bars. Bar packaging comprises one of the fastest and most efficient processes in the packaging world. However, this process can be even further expedited by incorporating a seamless design philosophy across the line as opposed to using a line composed of individual components.