One of the Baltics's largest paper and wood pulp manufacturers, Grigeo Group has relied on BOBST technology for over 45 years. The company continues to invest heavily with BOBST as part of its strategic plan for the long-term future of its corrugated packaging production operation.
A trust lasting more than 35 years: KHS recently commissioned a new non-returnable PET line for Israeli beverage producer Tempo Beverages under very special circumstances – and in doing so combined its latest-generation stretch blow molding technology with a filler for the very first time.
The French manufacturer is one of the first in the world to take delivery of the new EXPERTCUT 2.1 Autoplaten® die-cutter with TooLink technology, installed recently to increase productivity and expand opportunities in corrugated board packaging with the widest variety of e-commerce and FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) boxes.
How the BOBST NOVAFOIL 106 integrates seamlessly into the production process of Offsetdruckerei in Schwarzach. We use the NOVAFOIL 106 for long runs with boxes which have large surfaces that need to be embellished. It gives us very high productivity with impressive finishing quality.
Swiss technology group Bühler is taking the long-lasting and fruitful relationship with Kägi Söhne AG, the Swiss chocolate wafer producer, to the next level. Bühler is supporting Kägi in building its smart factory.
J.S. McCarthy, a folding carton printer located in Augusta, Maine, is one of the oldest and largest sheetfed printers in the state. Established in 1947, the business is 100% employee-owned and has a well-known reputation for exemplary service, world class owner-operators and leading-edge technology and equipment.
A project of superlatives: Mark Anthony Brewing Inc. completed its new production site in just 280 days. The greenfield project is among the largest and most modern breweries in the USA. With four canning lines and two repackaging lines for variety packs, the KHS Group is making a major contribution to the success of this ambitious undertaking.
Pittsburgh Brewing Company in Pennsylvania, USA, returns to brewing its popular beers independently. For this purpose, it has invested in a new brewery featuring GEA technology. As a greenfield project, GEA's brewing experts designed and developed the complete process chain, from brewhouse to cold area and bottling. Installation began in August 2021 and was completed one year later.