Packaging in asia

The future of dosing

Complex products such as multi-layered or swirled desserts are real eye-catchers in chilled cabinets. To keep things that way, food manufacturers need to constantly adapt and renew their product portfolios. This results not only in product diversity but also in smaller batches. Dosing systems therefore have to meet very specific requirements while at the same time minimizing machine downtimes during changeovers. …more


Make shelf life your competitive advantage

Extend the shelf life of your bakery products

 

Bakery products are an essential part of a balanced diet. Today, a wide variety of bakery products can be found on supermarket shelves. However, like many processed foods, bakery products are subject to spoilage. In order to increase time for shipping and retailing, while still offering the customer a fresh, resilient and flavorful product, maximizing shelf life is essential. …more





Big to Small – Elematic 3001 WAH Does it All

Imagine the shelves and product packages in US shops become smaller. Just unimaginable, because we know the “Big US” and not “Small US”. The worldwide food trends of today change to small formats and take away packages. Consequently, reflected this trend in US-shelves: whether cookies, chocolate or granola – all this is available in small or take away packages.

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Three reasons for using sustainable materials in secondary packaging

Sustainability refers to the balance between environmental, social and economic factors. These aspects also apply to the packaging industry in general, and packaging material in particular. Packaging made from paper and paperboard is considered a sustainable material: since it is made from renewable resources, it is easy to recycle.

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