Some projects are so exciting that we publish them as case studies. Some topics are so complex that we create white papers or guides to give our customers and interested parties an overview of technical possibilities and options. Sustainable approaches in particular are worth taking a closer look at!
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Myllyn Paras is a traditional Finnish company that manufactures, markets and distributes flour, flakes, cereals and pasta as well as frozen dough and bakery products. The company was founded in 1928 and today employs about 110 people.
The Demeter farm Bauckhof packs gluten-free flakes and flours in paper bags. With the help of the ROVEMA SBS Twin packaging machine, it is easy to switch between different bag top shapes, packaging materials and format sizes – including block bottom bags.
Since 1990 Quaker Oats has been packaging six different Cruesli cereal products for the European market with ROVEMA machines. A Bag-in-Box line acquired in 2005, consisting of two Vertical Form, Fill and Seal machines and a Horizontal Cartoner, has now been extensively modernized. The conversion of the existing machine was necessary – Quaker Oats must continue to rely firmly on the availability of the machine and its compatibility with interfaces.
Per capita sales of pasta in Germany are growing slightly. Anyone who wants to score in this market now must rely on good raw materials and sustainable packaging. The switch from plastic to paper packaging currently promises success with customers on pasta shelves. Therefore: keep your eyes open when choosing packaging technology!
A traditional Italian company trusts the experience of a German packaging company when packing its premium pasta: packREPORT took a look at the long-term partnership between La Molisana S.p.A. and ROVEMA GmbH on-site.
LT Foods is a listed company business located in India and belongs to the leading suppliers of Basmati-rice. LT Foods is represented in more than 65 countries worldwide and takes care of the entire supply chain: from farm field-rice milling, to processing, to packaging and distribution to the stores.
What do manufacturers have to take into account when packing the different coffee variants? Are there entry-level solutions for producers of smaller quantities? Which dosing system is the right one for each packaging task, e.g. if ground coffee and whole beans shall be packed on one machine? ROVEMA has summarized answers to the most common questions of the industries in a packaging guide and at the same time describes common process steps like gassing, valve application and bag design.
Replacing cans, buckets and glass – new ways to package liquids Most food processors are aware that they may have a pouch alternative. Many have hesitated to make the change, unsure that it’s really the right direction and perhaps unclear about the cascading direct and indirect benefits throughout the supply chain. It may be time to look again.
Sustainability, plastic packaging, and recycling initiatives are complex topics characterized by nuanced facts and strongly held beliefs. Consumer sentiment, in contrast, is simple and straightforward. There’s growing disdain for plastic packaging. Plastic provides a number of important characteristics as a packaging material. These include volume reduction, food safety and freshness, production efficiency, aesthetics and convenience features.