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Fluid dynamics cut Evero Aseptic development by years – Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak claims to have cut the development time of its recently launched Tetra Evero Aseptic carton bottle by years through the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and experimental...

Tetra Pak boosts Turkish output with lamination investment

Tetra Pak has invested €25m in lamination facilities at its Turkish packaging material plant, to lift beverage carton production capacity by 20%.

School milk programmes driving developing dairy industry growth – Tetra Pak

The introduction of school milk programmes in developing nations is driving dairy industry growth, processing and packaging giant Tetra Pak has claimed.

Emerging market liquid dairy product demand is big growth opportunity – Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak has pinpointed the dairy industry’s next big growth opportunity – the ever-growing demand for liquid dairy products (LDP) in emerging nations such as India and China.


Tetra Evero Aseptic offers ultimate 'functionality' but we also address need for affordability: Tetra Pak

Last May Tetra Pak launched the world's first 'carton bottle' called Tetra Evero Aseptic. Michael Grosse, executive vice president of development and engineering, told Ben Bouckley how it was performing...

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Tetra Pak launches separable top to assist recycling of premium carton

Tetra Pak has launched a separable top for Tetra Evero Aseptic, its carton bottle for white milk, to aid recycling, with a perforation in the cardboard that allows for the...


(Usain) Bolt from the blue: Tetra Pak's 'Hyperspeed' concept takes carton-filling world by storm

Tetra Pak sprung a major surprise at Anuga FoodTec 2012, whipping the covers off a modified A3 Speed filling machine called 'Hyperspeed Concept', which can process an incredible 11 cartons per...

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Tetra Pak to launch colour-changing milk cartons in 2013?

Tetra Pak has refused to comment on a media report that it is set to launch milk cartons that change colour when left out of the fridge for too long.


Tetra Pak bids for consumer cachet with new ‘curvaceous’ shapes and easy-opening closures

Six new Tetra Pak packaging designs launched at Anuga FoodTec 2012 reveal a movement towards appealing curvaceous shapes, easy-opening closures suiting elderly consumers and tear-off closures for one-shot probiotics and...


Electron beam ‘breakthrough’ sees Tetra Pak hit carton hyperspeed at Anuga

Tetra Pak has unveiled what it claims is the world’s fastest carton filling machine – over 11 units per second – and says the concept was only realisable due to...

Tetra Pak sales top €10bn, processing unit sees double-digit growth

Tetra Pak announced net sales for 2011 of €10.36bn – a 5% increase on 2010 - thanks to strong growth in emerging markets and its processing business.

Tetra Pak’s production doubles at factory in China ‘due to demand’.

Tetra Pak say a new production line at one its plants in China will boost output to 20bn liquid dairy cartons annually to ‘keep up with market demand’.

Automation necessary to meet 'critical' food safety requirements: Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak has told that it believes plant automation systems are necessary to meet critical food safety requirements worldwide, and reduce the risk of human error.

Packaging material factory opening will boost milk carton output – Tetra Pak

Global packaging supplier Tetra Pak hopes to boost its output capacity of material used for chilled beverages cartons such as milk by around half a billion packages through its latest...

Eco concerns clear in recent Chinese, Indian customer visits: Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak says that during recent client visits in both India and China, customers have shown an increased interest in environmental issues such as energy use, water consumption and product...

Tetra Pak claims 20 per cent cost savings with new cheese blockformer

Tetra Pak claims that its new Tetra Tebel Blockformer will enable cheese producers to achieve electricity, air and water savings of 20 per cent per kilogram of cheese compared to...

Beverage and dairy boom spurred Shanghai PDC centre, Tetra Pak

Aseptic packaging giant Tetra Pak has opened a product development centre (PDC) in China to provide beverage and dairy companies with specialist equipment and expertise to cater for a boom...

Tetra Pak CEO discusses demand for functional packaging that doesn't cost the earth gained an exclusive interview with Tetra Pak president and CEO Dennis Jönsson to discuss the demand for less packaging but improved product functionality, as he prepared to address delegates...

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We didn’t raise UK recycling awareness early enough: Tetra Pak CEO

Tetra Pak president and CEO Dennis Jönsson has admitted that his company didn’t do enough to raise awareness of the recycling potential of cartons during their crucial formative years in...

Tetra Pak claims ‘industry first’ carton will extend low-cost closure reach

Tetra Pak claims that an ‘industry first’ combination of closure technologies will allow it to extend low-cost large openings into new ambient beverage categories with its new Tetra Brik Aseptic...

Tetra Pak promises sparkling results from intelligent CIP system

Tetra Pak said the latest version of its ‘cleaning in place’ solution for food processing and packaging systems is quicker, greener and generates greater cost savings.

Nestlé and Tetra Pak roll out renewable cap

Food giant Nestlé has teamed up with Tetra Pak to launch a cap made from 100 per cent renewably sourced materials for two of its Brazilian milk brands.

Tetra Pak acquires Chaswill Process Technology

Global packaging and processing giant Tetra Pak has acquired Cape Town-based Chaswill Process Technology; a process engineering company active in the food and beverage sectors.

Tetra Pak predicts Asia will lead decade of high global dairy growth

China and India are expected to lead a 30 per cent increase in global liquid dairy consumption over the current decade, according to new research from Tetra Pak.

Tetra Pak looks to turn forestry waste into plastic packaging

Tetra Pak is working with an institute in the US to explore the potential of turning forestry waste into plastic packaging materials.