These are all the posts that have been tagged with equipment.
It’s been a busy week for the Confectionery Production team as we prepare to send our bumper Supplier Profile issue to press. In it, we have information from 24 suppliers in the industry – from ingredients to processing equipment manufacturers.
Mettler-Toledo Safeline has developed a new conveyor system, designed to ensure easy ‘detect and reject’ of metal contaminants in bakery, chocolate and confectionery products.
Tna has launched a new turnkey vibratory motion blending system to mix multiple dry or wet products.
The PFF Packaging Group has invested £1.5 million in new injection moulding (IM) technology – a move it says will significantly strengthen its position in the sector and extend its food packaging offering.
Production plant giant Bühler Group has acquired Haas Group, the Austrian manufacturer of wafer, biscuits and confectionery production systems, for an undisclosed sum.
Daisy Phillipson discusses the latest innovations in environmentally friendly bakery machinery.
Dave Bird explains how packaged plate heat exchange technology can support clean in place and washdown processes by providing increased energy efficiency, carbon reduction and a reduced risk of legionella.
Ishida has launched a snacks bagmaker which the company says is the world’s fastest vertical form, fill and seal (VFFS) bagmaker with sustainability benefits.
Equipment: Bakery technology Ingredients: Gelling agents Packaging: Printing and branding Product focus: Artisan products Show issue: PPMA; Speciality & Fine Food Fair.
Confectionery equipment supplier Baker Perkins has extended its range of equipment for lollipop production with the introduction of a flat lollipop stick placer.
I’ll keep my blog short and sweet this week as we’re sending the September issue of Confectionery Production to press.
Coding and marking specialist Interactive Coding Equipment (ICE) has launched its next generation thermal transfer overprinter (TTO), which is able to monitor and report on the quality of each code it produces.
Mondelēz International has announced a A$75 million ($59.4m) investment plan for it Cadbury Claremont plant in Australia, which will result in 50 job losses.
Processing and packaging solutions provider Tna has opened its new customer support office in Moscow, Russia.