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NORD Drivesystems

EcoVadis: NORD high up in the sustainability ranking

NORD DRIVESYSTEMS was assessed by the rating agency EcoVadis and awarded the silver sustainability certificate in 2022. In the overall ranking, the North German company is in the top six percent of manufacturers in the industry assessed by EcoVadis.

KHS News

Flagship of the London brewing industry

KHS realizes greenfield project in the keg and can segments for Beavertown Brewery.Beavertown Brewery has invested in a turnkey canning line from KHS. The integrated Innofill Can DVD filler that includes a Ferrum seamer is designed to process up to 33,000 330-milliliter containers an hour.


SMC: Shows A Take Grip On Production Flexibility

Once the preserve of high-volume operations at automotive plants, we’re today finding that robots are infiltrating all sectors of the commercial world. Even beyond traditional manufacturing, inspection and packaging operations, we see robots fulfilling tasks that extend from mining and space exploration, through to surgery and laboratory research, and even fruit picking.

Marel News

Marel is Introducing a new slicer MSC 55 MA

The new single-lane slicer is ideal for producers of fresh and smoked fish products looking for maximum flexibility.


From current trends and modular and future-proof solutions, to future steps

As the demands of converters and brand owners drive the current trends in the label industry, Patrick Graber, Strategic Product Marketing Manager in BOBST Narrow and mid-web Printing & Converting, deep dives into the different reasons why the DIGITAL MASTER series meets the needs of this fast-changing market.


SMC can help OEMs develop energy-efficient machines

OEMs traditionally design their pneumatic machinery and equipment for an operating pressure of 7 bar. To help achieve such a desirable outcome, increasing numbers of OEMs are engaging with our team of experts here at SMC, who can offer both the know-how and products to turn this concept into reality.

Multivac News


France is leading the way, now Germany is following suit: It will in future no longer be possible to retail fruit and vegetables in plastic packs. In the case of more perishable products such as tomatoes, grapes and beans, the law will apply from the middle of 2023, while for products such as sprouts and berries, the law will come in from the middle of 2026.

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