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Flexible packaging technologies company Hayssen Flexible Systems is to host what it claims is the UK’s largest in-house packaging machinery event later this year.
As the industry gears up for the international processing and packaging fair Interpack, Confectionery Production takes a look at what will be on show.
Manufacturer of weighing equipment Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK has launched a series of maintenance contracts designed to help food manufacturers and processors increase productivity and profitability by reducing the risk of machine failure.
KernPack is expanding its offering by adding robotic palletising systems and laser guided vehicles to its portfolio from Skilled Group, which are used by Nestlé, Ferrero and Haribo.
Baker Perkins is to showcase its new equipment and end product technology for the biscuit, cracker and bar industries, including a three-roll sheeter and gauge roll, at Interpack.
Everything from coating machines, 3D gum printers and naturally flavoured glazes to thin packaging solutions were showcased at ProSweets Cologne. Katie Smith reports.
We’ve just sent the March issue of Confectionery Production to print. In it, you’ll find an overview of what’s happening at international packaging trade show Interpack, as well as the latest trends in confectionery processing and packaging.
KernPack has signed a UK distribution deal to sell Italian firm, General System Pack, (GSP’s) range of flow wrappers and high speed automated lines, targeting small bakeries to biscuit, confectionery and food manufacturers.
Andrew Yates outlines the factors to consider when investing in automation and end of line packaging systems.
Anritsu Infivis has unveiled its latest food safety solution for detecting metal contaminants that it says will help manufacturers ensure the integrity of products.
John Tierney evaluates the trends, challenges and opportunities in labelling and coding.
The Confectionery Production team are in Dubai this week for Gulfood Manufacturing. As well as meeting existing contacts in the industry, the exhibition has been a great chance to meet new company representatives.
Huhtamaki, which produces packaging and labels for products including chocolates and snacks, is to set up three new manufacturing units in Egypt and India to boost growth in its flexible packaging business.
Tea & Coffee World Cup is coming to Singapore for the 2017 show. The 22nd annual symposium and exhibition will take place from 26-28 September 2017 at Singapore Expo.