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The Belgian brewery Omer Vander Ghinste has installed a Steinecker brewhouse and a returnable-glass line from Krones to modernise its production operation.
The City Group in Bangladesh placed two orders with Krones, one for two complete edible-oil lines and one for a still-water line – all of them as turnkey projects.
Mamuda Beverage Nigeria Limited has placed a turnkey order with Krones for the installation of two PET lines, each rated at 45,000 bottles per hour.
The Ghanaian beverage producer Kasapreko has placed an order with Krones for its ninth filling line, an ErgoBloc L for still water rated at 80,000 bottles per hour.
Guinean company Sonoco enters the beverage-filling business with two lines from Krones and Kosme for cans and PET bottles.
Spitz of Austria is using the Modulfill Bloc FS-C filler-seamer block for cans – in hygienic design with a small cleanroom.
The Bangladeshi company Akij Food and Beverage commissioned a turnkey PET ErgoBloc L line rated at 81,000 bottles per hour.
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Germany has once again chosen filling technology from Krones and installed a new canning line at its Dorsten facility.
The family-owned and operated company Förstina Sprudel will bring yet another turnkey plant from Krones online – this one for returnable glass bottles.
In a major technology shift, Danone Waters is planning to order ErgoBloc technology from Krones for Europe in the next three years, among them Volvic brand.
For the first time, the Turkish beverage producer Kristal Kola has put its trust in Krones' turnkey competence – and opted for a complete canning line.
The Turkish mineral water producer Beypazari is growing its filling capacity with a second high-performance glass line from Krones.
A new brewery is being built in China – and its owner, China Resources Snow Breweries, has chosen Krones to deliver all four new glass lines.
The Croatian drinks producer Jamnica Plus is installing an aseptic line from Krones for the first time.
IDS Borjomi International invested in two aseptic filling lines from Krones. These are going to be erected in plants in Russia and the Ukraine.
The Spanish dairy group Grupo Leche Rio is expanding an existing aseptic line from Krones to accommodate container sleeving.
The Chinese beverage company Jin Mai Lang has once again contracted Krones to build three complete high-speed PET container filling lines.
Dirk Scheu, a long-standing Krones employee, is a freshly minted water sommelier. In this interview, he tells us more about this out-of-the-ordinary training course.
OeTTINGER Brauerei upgrades an existing line for filling beer in returnable bottles glass at its headquarters in Oettingen.
Mineralbrunnen Krumbach is updating the wet end of an existing filling line for glass – with brand new machines from Krones.
The Austrian mineral water bottler Vöslauer is expanding an existing non-returnable-PET line to also handle returnable containers in the future.
Following the installation of a palletizing system, the German mineral water company RhönSprudel is now commissioning the complete wet end of a returnable-glass line from Krones.
The Austrian wine producer Winzer Krems is updating its plant with a new wine bottling line and a wine filtration system – both from Krones.
For the first time, a Hydronomic water treatment system from Krones is being used by a public utility.
Vitaqua GmbH started with four Krones bottling lines in 2007, and now Krones has delivered the company’s seventh PET line.
Ice River Springs fills its products exclusively in PET bottles made of 100 percent recycled PET – and for that they rely, without exception, on technology from Krones.
In the field of bottling, Krones has maintained a long-standing partnership with Eckes-Granini, the biggest producer of branded fruit juices in Europe.
Ustersbacher Brauerei’s heart beats green. For years, the family-run brewery has steadily and systematically endeavored to make their operations energy self-sufficient using the Steinecker Brewnomic concept.
When RISE Kombucha installed its first automatic bottling line, it was preparing for a growth spurt. The Krones line is designed to fit for many years to come.
In the last ten years, Hijos de Rivera has tripled its sales. Most of the requisite brewing and bottling kit came from Krones.
Within just eleven short months, Krones installed for Kenya Breweries Ltd. in Kenya an entirely new brewery with an annual capacity of one million hectolitres.
Bidco Africa, East Africa’s leading producer and manufacturer of fast-moving consumer goods, is for the first time also producing soft drinks – bottling them on two complete lines from Krones.
Skol Brewery Ltd. in Rwanda needed to upsize its bottling capacities and opted for a complete line from Krones.
In the south of Ethiopia, a complete line from Krones and Kosme for bottling water proved to be the ideal choice for the start-up company Garamba Bottling PLC.
Russia’s most state-of-the-art brewery went into operation in mid-2018 in Chistopol, in the Republic of Tatarstan. Krones built the complete greenfield brewery for Tatspirtprom, one of the country’s three biggest spirits producers.
UHT milk bottled aseptically in PET is a completely new market in Russia. Pyatigorskiy Dairy is the first plant to install an aseptic line from Krones for this purpose.
With beer sales higher than expected and capacities at their limits, Kursk Brewery decided to build a second brewing plant. The complete greenfield project was handled by Krones.
The German-Russian company EkoNiva is Russia’s largest producer of raw milk. Now, it has begun to process and package some of that milk itself. And Krones has delivered the first PET bottling line for the job.
Fachingen Heil- und Mineralbrunnen GmbH, a company producing medicinal and other mineral waters, has commissioned its first complete line from Krones, a new returnable-glass line.
In the summer of 2018, the mineral water bottlers Salvus have commissioned a complete returnable-glass line from Krones, thus continuing their commitment to the regional market for returnables.
Ten out of a total of 16 filling lines that are up and running at Fonti di Vinadio now bear the Krones logo – and five of them feature an ErgoBloc L.
The new intralogistics solution for the ZGM winery comprises a 30-meter high automatic high-bay warehouse with 13 storage levels and a driverless transport system and pallet conveyors.
With its still waters filled in glass bottles, St. Leonhards Quellen are the market leaders in Germany’s specialist organic-food retailers. Now the company installed a new bottling line from Krones, rated at 28,000 bottles per hour.
For the first time, the Brazilian family firm Zanlorenzi has opted for PET containers – which it fills in an aseptic process on a Contipure AseptBloc DA from Krones.
A new oil line with an output of 22,000 containers per hour replaced a grand total of three older Krones lines at NT – thus allowing the Hungarian company to eliminate existing shortages while simultaneously increasing its filling capacities.
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