Daisy Phillipson talks to leading suppliers of robotic technology for the confectionery industry to find out how their cutting-edge solutions are paving the way for a technological revolution.
Following completion of Theegarten-Pactec’s investment of over €30 million in enhancing its production facilities, the business appears in an especially strong position ahead of this year’s ProSweets. Neill Barston visits its Dresden headquarters to find out more
Rovema North America has introduced a twintube form-fill-seal (FFS) machine for the packaging of confectionery and snack products.
Packaging specialist Ilapak has reported increased demand for flow wrappers integrated with robotic feeding systems, as bakeries push for greater flexibility from their packaging lines.
With a broad array of industry innovations on display, Gulfood Manufacturing revealed some significant developments for the confectionery and bakery sectors. Neill Barston reports
Nestlé has announced it is creating an Institute of Packaging Sciences, which will be dedicated to the discovery and development of functional, safe and environmentally friendly packaging solutions for food and beverages, including confectionery.
Cadbury has expressed ‘disappointment’ at a Court of Appeal ruling in the UK which found against the company in its bid to alter an existing purple trade mark.
The Australian-headquartered tna group has confirmed that it will showcase a series of its key automated solutions and systems for use with confectionery at next month’s ProSweets trade fair in Cologne, Germany.
German packaging business Gerhard Schubert has confirmed its lightline system is now being presented in three options for manufacturers.