Krones and Schlossbrauerei Maxlrain (the Maxlrain castle brewery) provide vivid proof of how tradition and state-of-the-art technology complement each other perfectly.
Bavaria is relying on filling and packaging technology from Krones three times over for its new greenfield brewery in Barranquilla, Colombia.
First Krones filling line solves a highly complex challenge at Meoqui, Mexico, brewery.
Within just twelve months, Krones supplied six water bottling lines and two water treatment systems to the Pure Beverages Industry Company (PBIC) in Saudi Arabia.
Cambodia’s leading beer and beverage producer, Khmer Beverages has further expanded its production capacity – once again bringing new filling and process technology from Krones into operation.
With its purchase of a dry end from Krones, the tradition-steeped Bischofshof brewery has made an investment in the future – and chose to rely on a local partner.
Tawandang Brewery 1999 is building a new plant, and Krones is delivering three filling lines as well as the packaging equipment.
The most important variables influencing the sustainability of packaging, as exemplified by a new returnable-glass line for milk
To be able to produce top-fermented beers in addition to lambic, Lindemans had Steinecker build a new greenfield brewery.
MineralBrunnen RhönSprudel has brought online a turnkey line from Krones for the first time. The returnable-glass line replaced an existing returnable-PET line.
The Belgian specialty brewery De Halve Maan has more than doubled its filling capacity with a new returnable-glass line from Krones.
Coca-Cola HBC has ordered another returnable-glass line from Krones for its plant in Austria.
Austria’s largest wine producers’ cooperative is installing a new non-returnable glass line that includes cleaning and process technology from Krones.
Full flexibility: The Thai food and beverage producer Terra Foods is installing a new Krones line for non-returnable containers to fill its health drinks.
Satisfied customer for over 20 years: Boutique Beverages Bottling International is equipping a new factory on Cyprus entirely with Krones filling technology.
The Dynafill’s revolutionary filling and crowning technology makes it possible to take an entirely fresh approach to line layout and implement concepts for reducing energy consumption.
Thanks to the MultiGuide Base, lengthy format change-over times for glass fillers and closers have been consigned to history.
The Berchtesgadener Land dairy has invested in a new returnable-glass line for milk and cream and chosen Krones to supply vital parts of it.
A line for swing-stopper bottles, let alone a high-speed one, is not quite so usual in the industry. The Kulmbacher Brauerei will soon have two of those.
Schlossbrauerei Maxlrain is investing in its first turnkey filling line – and has chosen Krones to deliver it.
Calizzano is getting a new line from Krones that fills mineral water with or without carbonation in returnable and non-returnable bottles.
As part of its expansion thrust, Monyo Brewing has invested in a Barifill Canto, the new combined filler for cans and bottles from Kosme.
The Carlsberg Malaysia Group is replacing two existing filling lines for beer with a state-of-the-art glass line from Krones that combines returnables and non-returnables processing.
AB InBev is working on innovative packaging designs in its Tattoo Alpha Plant – with DecoType direct printing technology from Dekron.
Krones delivers a multi-functional line to the natural spring water bottler Evian. The line is able to handle PET as well as cans and glass bottles.
Gräfliches Hofbrauhaus Freising operates one of the first Linatronic AI empty-bottle inspectors, thus substantially reducing material wastage.
The dairy Milchwerke Berchtesgadener Land Chiemgau eG has contracted Krones to replace the wet end of its returnable-glass line for milk.
The Belgian brewery Omer Vander Ghinste has installed a Steinecker brewhouse and a returnable-glass line from Krones to modernise its production operation.
Händlmaier has now for the first time put its trust in a turnkey glass line from Krones for producing its mustards, sauces and dressings.
The family-owned and operated company Förstina Sprudel will bring yet another turnkey plant from Krones online – this one for returnable glass bottles.
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.
Grupo Petrópolis awarded a turnkey project to Krones in 2018, including an 8-million-hectolitre Steinecker brewery and four lines for glass and cans.
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.
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.
Pure enjoyment for all the senses: Destilla, a producer of flavours and essences, had its top-quality product samples digitally decorated, using DecoType technology from Dekron.
Dynafill – filling and crowning on a single unit, in just five seconds. Krones has now upgraded a prototype.
Industry 4.0 made manifest: A smart servo controller continuously monitors all drive-related information.
High-bay warehouse, new bottling line for returnable glass: How Adelholzener Alpenquellen GmbH has been getting ready to meet the steadily rising demand.
The Störtebeker Braumanufaktur has been getting ready to meet the steadily rising demand for its beers: by investing in bottling technology from Krones, a high-bay warehouse from System Logistics and matching IT solutions from Syskron.
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.
Barifill Canto is the first multipurpose filler for glass bottles, PET containers, and cans – not only from Kosme but within the entire House of Krones.
Reliably identify water droplets. The Linatronic AI dramatically reduces false rejects.
With the Accuflow Pro, containers can be spaced out and buffered gently.
Krones and Owens-Illinois have concluded a collaboration agreement, so as to combine their specialised knowledge of glass handling and mechanical engineering.
The traditional brewery Schneider Weisse now uses a new glass filler and the maintenance system, Share2Act Assistance.
Numerous new design features enhance the crowner’s hygiene levels still further.
Individualised bottle printing and providing astonishing visual and tactile effects: O-I, manufacturer of glass containers, is using the digital decoration technology from Krones’ Dekron subsidiary.
A glue pallet ensures that customers get their desired look for beverage packaging – but only if it is designed and manufactured precisely.
Mozart Distillerie has opted for spherical glass bottles with paper foil and labels. Krones developed a rather special customised labeller for this client.
A new glass line from Krones has marked the completion of Murau brewery’s investment thrust.
Skol Brewery Ltd. in Rwanda needed to upsize its bottling capacities and opted for a complete line from Krones.
Every year, Niehoffs-Vahinger bottles around 570,000 hectolitres of beverages: the lion’s share of them on a new Krones glass line.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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