Female service technicians still stand out. The first female service technician at the Krones Center East Africa chats about her experiences and her way into the field.
The Saudi company Jasmine Water and Beverages Factory has put into operation a new plant – with two Krones filling lines to start with.
Krones’ dual training programme in Nairobi, Kenya, brings forth its own excellently trained service technicians.
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.
After a coronavirus infection, three colleagues had to be brought back home from their business travel in Ethiopia under special protective measures.
Krones unites international forces and talents to bring out the best in its products. This is also the case with our bottle designers in Dubai.
Makkah Water is modernising its main plant and has ordered an ErgoBloc L, two complete high-speed lines and a new water treatment system from Krones.
An electrodeionization within a water treatment system further reduces the TDS considerably, to less than 0.1 milligrams per liter.
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.
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.
Skol Brewery Ltd. in Rwanda needed to upsize its bottling capacities and opted for a complete line 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.
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