The January premiere issue of 2020 kicks off with the Bottler of the Year profile on Refreshment Services Inc. (RSI) Key West. Readers also can clue-in on the latest developments and insight in reusable packaging, tracking technology in distribution, and new, convenient ways antioxidants are shining as ingredients. Readers also can check out new product releases, the latest in packaging, and innovations in the supermarkets space. The year in beverage has much in store, so read up now!
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Every step of Penelope Bourbon’s journey, from brand to bottle, speaks to the importance of collaboration in achieving not only a beautiful bourbon, but also a legacy of quality that outlasts changing times and trends, the company says.
In an age where sustainability, recyclability and reusability are not just buzzwords to protect the earth, beverage manufacturers are “reading the signs” and stepping up their actions when it comes to reusing materials and reducing packaging waste.
What sets the drum motor apart from a conventional conveyor drive is that the drum motor has all the drive components, such as the electric motor, gear reducer and all bearings, housed inside the drum.
Craft brewery able to add size thanks to new canning equipment
January 17, 2020
The new cans are made possible thanks to a new CFT rotary canning line in Urban South’s packaging department, which allows the canning equipment to easily switch between filling cans of different sizes.
Icelandic Glacial was named the “official water” at the 77th Golden Globes Awards Ceremony. Jose Cuervo Tradicional launched The Agave Project. 90-year-old Hollywood veteran Ed Asner voices the role of Don Brown, the top wine buyer for a major California supermarket.
Non-electrical system uses mechanical motion to decrease downtime
January 14, 2020
Ideal when running small bottles at high speeds upstream, the system forces downed bottles to be rejected through a 100 percent mechanical motion that requires no electricity or programming, the company says.
V-Force lithium-ion batteriescontribute to longer run time
January 21, 2020
The V-Force now is available for most of the company’s lineup of electric forklifts, signifying the increasing viability of lithium-ion technology as a practical alternative power source for forklifts, the company says.