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Blythewood, S.C.-based Spirax Sarco’s July digital issue of Steam News now is available. This latest issue includes educational information about flowmetering technologies and applications.
Denver-based Gates Corp. released a new bottling industry infographic that highlights key statistics for beverage managers. Within the infographic, the company has incorporated quick-hit content about preventive maintenance, reducing downtime, and increasing energy savings.
Like many companies in the beverage industry, Wirtz Beverage Illinois was faced with the challenge of expansion to support increased demand.
Cognex Corp. released two new products — the Advantage 100 vision system and the AE2 Advantage engine — designed for integration into original equipment manufacturer (OEM) devices and equipment.
Since 1988, FBN has manufactured replacement filler and capper parts and provided service for the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, distillery, automotive, chemical, cosmetic, personal care and the rapidly growing micro-brew industries.
C.W. Brabender, Spirax Sarco and Paul N. Gardner Co. each released new measuring devices for various beverage warehouse needs.
Wayne Childress, vice president of sales for the beverage and engineered vehicles division of Mickey Truck Bodies Inc., retired from the High Point, N.C.-based company after a 29-year career.
Alexandria, Va.-based The Glass Packaging Institute (GPI), the trade association representing the North American glass container industry, recently launched its revamped website, gpi.org. The updated website includes detailed information about the health and environmental benefits of glass containers, images of the latest product designs, and detailed specifications for glass manufacturers.
The Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI), Washington, D.C., launched a new website, Cans: The Sustainable & Smart Solution, which promotes the benefits of metal cans as a packaging choice for food and beverages. The interactive microsite, which includes data and videos, focuses on cans’ sustainability and reasons for choosing cans.
Imbera’s quality of service, global presence, as well as standard bearing technology and innovations were just some of the reasons it was chosen to receive this year’s Most Valuable Supplier award at the Partnerships for Sustainable Business Success event, hosted by Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co. on April 17 in Atlanta, according to Imbera.
Hendrick’s Gin invites consumers to experience the world inside its bottle. (Photos by Jennifer Haderspeck)
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