Publications on a theme "Filling equipment"
At the last edition of the trade fair duo comprising interplastica, International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber and upakovka – Processing & Packaging, there were already signs that the Russian market was moving out of the trough again – at least for the packaging and related processing industry as well as for the plastics and rubber industry. At this year’s editions of the two trade fairs held at the Central Exhibition Complex Expocentre in Krasnaya Presnya from 28 – 31 January there were clear indications of stabilisation. A total of 937 exhibitors from 40 countries attracted approx. 24,950 visitors, mainly from Russia and the neighbouring states. The mood in the halls was good and exhibitors praised the high quality of leads.
The Russian market seems to be finally moving out of the trough at least as regards the packaging sectors and related process industries and the plastics and rubber industry. Impressive proof of this has been provided by the two trade fairs upakovka – Processing and Packaging and interplastica, 22nd International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber, which drew to a successful close after four trade fair days on 1 February 2019. 25,000 visitors came to the AO Expocenter in Krasnaja Presnja, Moscow to seek information on the extensive ranges displayed by 950 exhibitors from 32 countries.
When drinktec 2017, the world’s leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry, opens its doors for trade visitors from all over the world from September 11 to 15, 2017, then a packaging type will be almost omnipresent in the limelight: PET.
The top five disruptive technologies in flexible packaging are forecast to be intelligent (smart) packaging, recyclability, packaging openability, biobased polymers and digital printing, according to a new market report by Smithers Pira.
With total production of about 10.5 billion tubes the member companies of etma achieved growth of 10 per cent and a new record in 2010. Following the dip in demand in the difficult year 2009, the tube industry has thus successfully hit the ground running again.
From 5 to 7 February in Berlin MULTIVAC will be presenting its wide range of solutions for packing fruit and vegetables.
Smurfit Kappa is continuing to extend its global Bag-in-Box® footprint by acquiring a new facility in Texas, US.
The 24th edition of Eurasia Packaging Istanbul Fair will take place at TUYAP between October 31 and November 3 this year.
From 25 to 27 September MULTIVAC will be presenting at FachPack 2018 in Nuremberg a complete range of solutions for packing food and non-food products.
Omag introduces complete SACHET packaging line with multi-dosing system specially designed to pack products with three different flavors or more into 4-side sealed sachets.
Pharmaceutical production lines are to a large extent automated. The prerequisite for a cost-efficient and effective filling line is a high application rate or a short cycle time.
MULTIVAC will be presenting from 4 to 6 February 2015 at Fruit Logistica in Berlin new packaging and labelling solutions for fruit and vegetable products.
The new facility operates as Sidel's South Hispanic hub in Latin America, serving its customers in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia.
Schubert, the automated packaging system specialist, will be displaying a new high tech tube filling and closing machine at this year’s PPMA show. The highly flexible line will demonstrate how tubes are automatically unpacked from the shipping cartons and moved onto a transmodule transport section, in a mass flow.
Bosch Packaging Technology will implement global launches for two new filling solutions for liquid food at Anuga FoodTec 2012 in Cologne including the new SurePOUCH flexible pack style and the new thermoforming clean-fill machine, TFC.
Giampaolo Herrmann, general manager of Eurovetrocap, told us about the new products, Russian clients and plans for the future.