It’s an exciting time for the alcohol beverage industry. As the economy has improved throughout the past five years, consumers have enjoyed a rise in disposable income. This translates into more consumers opting for more expensive or premium beverages, such as craft beers.
If you want to get David McNamer energized, start talking about customer service. The manufacturing manager for G.C. Evans, a manufacturer of cooling, heating and pasteurizing equipment, notes that although customer service was a key part of the company’s business model, it had experienced challenges as its relationships with major bottlers had deteriorated, largely due to inattentive customer service.
“Popcorn lung” is a term one doesn’t readily forget. It is the euphemism often used for the medical condition bronchiolitis obliterans, a rare, irreversible obstructive lung disease that can necessitate a lung transplant. For the snack industry, manufacturers producing microwave popcorn and the companies supplying diacetyl to those manufacturers, it has become a serious concern during the past decade.
PROCESS EXPO will take place Sept. 15-18 in Chicago’s McCormick Place. The show will feature more than more than 1,000 solution providers that offer the most innovative processing and packaging equipment for the global beverage industry.
Westfalia optimizes warehouse operations with automation
June 15, 2015
As today's beverage distributors continue to experience increased demand and company growth, many are opting to consolidate disparate warehouses to streamline their fulfillment processes, inventory management and overall operational efficiency.
When Rémy Martin, a brand of Paris-based Rémy Cointreau, first talked to specialist label converter Lithobru, Cognac, France, about its Coupe Shanghaï project, the challenge they presented was extremely demanding.