Processing & Packaging

The new range retains the same environmental credentials as the rest of the Tetra Pak portfolio.

Tetra Pak launches new packaging material effects​

By Jim Cornall

Tetra Pak has launched a suite of new packaging material effects, known as Tetra Pak Artistry, which the company said will help food and beverage producers revitalize the look and feel of their products.

Coveris Americas manufactures flexible plastic and paper products, including rollstock, bags and pouches, coextruded films, shrink films, coated substrates and labels.

Transcontinental acquires Coveris Americas

By Jim Cornall

Canadian company Transcontinental Inc. has agreed to acquire the business of Coveris Americas, a business held by Coveris Holdings S.A., a portfolio company of Sun Capital Partners, Inc., for US$1.32bn.

TRU Aseptics took over Wild/ADM's aseptic facility in Beloit, Wisconsin, last year.

TRU Aseptics receives Grade “A” Dairy license

By Mary Ellen Shoup

TRU Aseptics (TRU), a processor and contract manufacturer of low acid products, has been approved as a Grade “A” Dairy Manufacturer and Interstate Milk Shipper by the state of Wisconsin Dairy Inspection program.

By combining with ACO, SiccaDania said its engineers, fabricators and installation specialists will be able to work with clients from design through to fabrication and installation.

SiccaDania acquires ACO

By Jim Cornall

Danish company SiccaDania has acquired ACO-Service and ACO-Engineering activities.

The Rapak Autokap 600 series is a single-head semi-automatic filling machine designed for a range of liquid products.

DS Smith Plastics creates product for Inalpi

By Jim Cornall

Italian dairy company Inalpi, a supplier of Ferrero Group, has worked with DS Smith Plastics to create a custom designed Bag-in-Box packaging format for food industry applications.

The first step to modernizing the dairy farm's operations will be installing a robotic milking machine, Ferme Élégante said. ©GettyImages/laryn

NEWS IN BRIEF

Canadian government invests in modernizing Quebec dairy farm

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Ferme Élégante, a 120-cow dairy farm in Quebec, Canada, has received a C$194,000 (US$150,000) investment through the Dairy Farm Investment Program that will go towards modernizing its operations.

Speaker's Corner. Pic: Anuga FoodTec.

Anuga FoodTec 2018 preview

‘How to adapt to changes in bakery & dairy’

By Staff reporter

Anuga FoodTec 2018 will focus on the theme ‘Resource Efficiency’ this year covering all aspects of food production from the dairy and bakery industries, beverages and pasta, fruit & vegetables, to oils & fats.