These are all the posts that have been tagged with equipment.
Tna has announced that it recently upgraded its flagship NID M3000 mogul to improve operational efficiencies and ensure the equipment adheres to the highest hygiene and safety standards.
Having arrived as editor of Confectionery Production for ISM and ProSweets, my expectations for the range of innovations and creativity on display were very definitely exceeded.
According to global authority on the packaging, print and paper supply chains Smithers Pira, the introduction of new business models and greater vertical integration are set to transform the packaging market.
Italian equipment manufacturer PFM has developed a new automatic multipacking line for popcorn bags that uses 30% less film than other methods.
Katie Smith looks at what’s in store for the confectionery industry in 2018.
Meeting demand for sustainably packaged sweets designed for on the go consumption will be high on the agenda for both exhibitors and visitors at this year’s ProSweets Cologne.
Bakery equipment supplier Tromp Group, part of US-based Markel Food Group, has promoted Richard van Heukelum to the role of president.
Nestlé Australia has sold its Violet Crumble brand to Australian confectioner Robern Menz for an undisclosed sum.
Equipment supplier Duravant has acquired Ohlson Packaging, a weighing, counting and filling machine manufacturer – a move which will expand its product portfolio in North America.
Equipment: Conveyors and end of line packaging Ingredients: Functional ingredients Packaging: Candy and lollipop packaging Product focus: Chocolate Show review: Gulfood Manufacturing & Food Ingredients Europe
This week, the Confectionery Production team are busy pressing the December 2017/January 2018 issue, which has got me thinking about this year’s key trends.
Steam system engineering company Spirax Sarco has launched a range of instantaneous jet heaters for process liquid heating.
Rousselot has developed a new gelatin-based solution for the starchless production of gummies, which is set to launch later this month.
Tna has expanded its operations in China by opening a new office in the country, which the company says will enable it to provide local food manufacturers with on-the-ground support services.