When Steamworks, a microbrewery located in downtown Vancouver, saw a market to sell their beers outside their facility, they sought out to find bottling, packing, and sealing solutions. Read the case study to see how ProMach product brand Wexxar Bel was able to help.
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Amy’s Kitchen required a highly sanitary solution to shrink wrap their frozen pizzas at high-speeds to maintain production and ensure extended shelf-life. They also sought to reduce operator error and handling of the frozen pizzas to reduce product damage and ultimately reduce labor costs. Read the case study here on how ProMach product brand Shuttleworth provided the solutions.
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Understanding the typical pros and cons of batch versus continuous and aseptic sterilization of low-acid shelf-stable food and beverage products helps organizations make an informed purchasing decision. Typical Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) factors to consider in the selection process include product type, package type, product/package/process flexibility needs (short and longer-term), throughput requirements, product life cycle, price point of the product, time to market requirements, and size of the overall investment both upfront and down the road. Read more in this white paper dedicated to the pros and cons of batch retorting/sterilization, continuous retorting/sterilization (rotary and hydrostatic), and aseptic processing/sterilization
Because of the rapid growth in the health and wellness industry, Traditional Medicinals continues to see a 17-18% yearly sales growth. Its well-known brands such as Nighty-Night®, Mother’s Milk®, Ginger Aid®, Smooth Move®, and Chamomile with Lavender® are carried by more than 70,000 retailers throughout the United States and Canada. This growth necessitated an automated solution to streamline product throughput in their end-of-line packaging process, which before was a very manual process. Read more about how ProMach product brand Shuttleworth engineered a fully-automated system that supported Traditional Medicinals current and expected growth.