October 16 is World Food Day, an annual event organized by the United Nations. The motto for this year is “Climate is changing. Food and agriculture must too.” One of the biggest issues related to climate change is food security. The world’s poorest are being hit hardest by higher temperatures and an increasing frequency in weather-related disasters. …more
Paul Jenks brings diverse background and global experience. Bosch Packaging Technology, Inc., New Richmond, has appointed Paul Jenks as director of sales and marketing, effective July 25, 2016. …more
During the next months, Bosch Packaging Technology presents its products and services at the exhibitions listed below. We are looking forward to meeting you there!
At the International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) and PACK EXPO International 2016, Bosch will debut its biscuit on edge (BoE) packaging system for the efficient and flexible packaging of biscuits and crackers in slug packs. …more
Cereals, biscuits, chocolate, cheese, frozen food or coffee can now be case-packed with even more flexibility. For our Elematic case packer series, we have newly developed a modular collation platform. …more
Producers of chocolate have to manage change quickly ‒ all year round. From caramel to coconut, strawberry to sea salt – manufacturers are now offering anything and everything in order to satisfy evolving consumer appetites. …more
Capable of loading up to 30 cases/min Bosch’s flexible CCM 3100 case packer provides a wide bag and case size range flexibility for current and future needs. …more
For several years packaging machine supplier Bosch and paper material manufacturer BillerudKorsnäs have worked hard on the first dust-tight packaging solution for dry food products. Therefore Bosch’s reliable vertical fill, form and seal VFFS technology was combined with sustainable packaging material. The result: the PME with ZAP-Module and Axello® ZAP paper. …more
Packaging chocolate in an attractive, as well as break- and melt-proof manner requires a sophisticated packaging solution. Ulmer Schokoladen, a family-owned company based in Wilhelmshaven, has been producing chocolate products for both retail and industrial manufacturing for more than 150 years.