Equipment

An Indian winery has turned to compressed air solutions from Elgi to automate its production processes, praising their speedy and high-quality output.

Global induction sealing equipment manufacturer Pillar Technologies has launched in Australia and New Zealand.

Nord Drivesystems has introduced a drive that minimises costs for transporting pallets and cage pallets with roller or chain conveyors.

Fortress Technology has designed a multi-aperture, multi-lane metal detector range for food manufacturers and packers.

KHS Group will be presenting a range of machinery for small and medium-sized breweries at a craft brewers' conference in the US.

A human-machine interface designed by German packaging manufacturer Krones has been recognised with an iF Design Award.

KHS has introduced a pouching machine which offers FMCG manufacturers a high degree of flexibility.

NHP Electrical Engineering Products (NHP) has been appointed as the sole distributor of Rockwell Automation products in the South Pacific.

FlexBlow has rolled out a new stretch blow moulder in response to growing demand for niche PET containers.

Two Sidel Matrix Combis have been installed at the Sanpellegrino plant in Ruspino, Italy, increasing production capacity to meet increased global demand.

Markem-Imaje will launch a cost-efficient TTO coder which targets low- and medium-speed production lines of up to 600 millimeters per second.

Japanese electronics company Epson has launched a new robot which it says will expand the scope of automated production.

Meypack has begun to take orders from Australia for a case packer designed for sensitive liquid food pouches.

Waiting for smart manufacturing standards to develop before implementing IIOT into your operations may not be the most productive choice, writes Dave Vasko, director of Advanced Technology, Rockwell Automation.

Sorting technology company Tomra has won the contract to supply a Victoria-based recycling company with 40 of its Autosort units.