TNA celebrates a memorable ProSweets event showcasing confectionery manufacturing lines

Australian headquartered equipment and solutions business, TNA, celebrate success at this year’s ProSweets event, with its teams entering the lively spirit of the show, which returned in its full four-day format to Cologne, Germany, writes Neill Barston.

As the business revealed, it offered full demonstrations of its equipment lines including its roflo HM 3, its state-of-the-art horizontal conveyor for the confectionery distribution process. Described as the ‘ultimate conveying system,’ it introduces a new level of flexibility into the confectionery distribution process through a slow forward horizontal motion followed by a fast return horizontal motion.

One of its major areas of strength has been in gummy production, and the business has produced a special white paper for Confectionery Production which can be viewed here, as Ed Smagorinsky offers a comprehensive breakdown of key processing considerations.

Furthermore, company’s recent appearance at ProSweets in Cologne, follows in the wake of other major recent shows, including Gulfood Manufacturing, which proved a further success for the group, which had continued to invest in its facilities around the world, including developing its logistics hub in Dubai, as well as its operations in the US.

Speaking on the company’s appearance at ProSweets, Bindu Panicker, marketing manager said: “As a leading complete line solutions provider in the confectionery sector, TNA had several experts available at its ProSweets stand to discuss how the latest processing and packaging solutions can add significant value to manufacturers. Discussions were held in detail on the major market drivers, focusing on sustainability, waste reduction and the potential for energy savings. There was also an emphasis on the importance of enhancing flexibility and efficiency through innovation in technology and digitalisation.

“The growing interest in complete line solutions can be facilitated by TNA, covering everything from kitchen operations, starch conditioning, mogul tray handling, de-moulding, product cleaning and finishing to depositing, distribution, packaging, and case packing. In addition, the company’s full ongoing service and support offerings were highlighted, as well as its ambitious investment plans to further expand capabilities in the sector. For example, its newly opened Wetherill Park facility in Sydney, Australia, extends the company’s ability to deliver to customers globally with maximum efficiency and short lead times. It is TNA’s third manufacturing site in Australia alone.”


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