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Big Bottling Company invests in a powerful PET line from KHS

Big Bottling Company invests in a powerful PET line from KHS

With over 200 million inhabitants Nigeria is already by far the most heavily populated country in Africa. In the next 30 years the United Nations reckon on this number doubling, meaning that by 2050 around 410 million people will live here.


AmutT Recycling Technology is back to Australia

AmutT Recycling Technology is back to Australia

Those were the 2000’s, a few months before the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000 take-off, AMUT was handling over to Coca Cola Amatil in New South Wales the first plant in the world for the recycling of PET post-consume bottles.


Russian company invests in three turnkey lines from KHS

Russian company invests in three turnkey lines from KHS

IDS Borjomi is pursuing its noble objective with much success: since 2002 the domestic market for bottled water has more than doubled and with annual growth rates of around 7% there’s no end to the boom in sight. IDS Borjomi has made a considerable contribution here.


Drinktec 2021: “Personal exchange is crucial”

Drinktec 2021: “Personal exchange is crucial”

At a time when major exhibitions have been canceled, postponed or downscaled in the throes of the corona pandemic, many eyes are turned towards drinktec, the world’s leading trade show for the beverage and liquid food industry.


New carbon neutral label film Encore C45cn

New carbon neutral label film Encore C45cn

Innovia Films are launching Encore C45cn, the first carbon neutral* BOPP label film. Encore C45cn is ISCC certified and will contribute to reducing carbon footprint and reducing the use of fossil resources.


Krones and innocent are building a CO2-neutral bottling plant

Krones and innocent are building a CO2-neutral bottling plant

Following long years of contract-bottling, the smoothie and juice producer innocent has decided to build the very first bottling plant of its own. Krones won the order for four complete PET bottling lines and the corresponding IT landscape.