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BBII 01-04 10-11 The babylonian language tangle
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THE BABYLONIAN LANGUAGE TANGLE Hungary and the National Realisation of the EU Directive for Water Filling Hungary’s EU entry comprises the realisation of EU rules into national regulations. In the case of water filling this goes along with the easement of strict laws. Although the national regulation has been prepared for the EU directive No.80/777, which was modified several times, the legal norm has been revised one more time by the end of 2003.

Consumption of bottled water in Hungary 1993 – 2003* (litre/capital/year) (* 2003 prognosis)

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he Hungarian Mineral Water Association and Product Council provides professional assistance for the revision of the new legal norm. This association represents 27 companies that deal with the filling of mineral water. To some extent they are under foreign ownership. Some members of this association act as advisers, for example the chairman of the Hungarian National Commission of the labour commission for FAO ...

BBII 01-04 12-14 Thirst sequencher
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THIRST SQUENCHER Production of Water Cups for the United Arab Emirates

Water, and especially drinking water, is only valued by those who have never really experienced the European abundance of this essential element. In countries where water is not readily available, it is regarded as what it actually is: an important, indispensable food element. Based on these facts it becomes obvious why in the United Arab Emirates drinking water is packed in portion packs, like yoghurt or curd in other countries.

water cups. Cup volumes produced on this machine are: 125 ml, 200 ml or 250 ml. Roll-fed cup production on a form, fill and seal line is effective and space-saving since no storage area is required for the cups.

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or filling drinking water in sealed cups, the company Adolf Illig, Maschinenbau, Heilbronn (Germany), got the order to deliver a form, fill and seal line to Masafi, Dubai in the United Arab Ermirates. The FS 37 is a state-of-the-ar ...

BBII 01-04 15-17 Invested in the future
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INVESTED IN THE FUTURE Wittenseer Quelle offers PET Bottles Future survival in the keenly fought beverages market depends on timely adaptation of a company’s product range to the latest requirements. For decades now, Wittenseer Quelle in the north of Germany has been well known for its clear, healthy mineral water in returnable glass (GDB) bottles. A few months ago the company decided to offer its customers not only the classic returnable bottles, but also a new product programme in 0.5-litre and 1.5-litre PET bottles.

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ittenseer Quelle (GrossWittensee, Germany), established in 1896 and owned for four generations by the Blunck family, has invested in the future: Whether still or sparkling – the products now sold in practical lightweight plastic bottles, such as ACE sportvital, Iso-Power + Apfelschorle (mixture of apple juice and sparkling mineral water), are meeting with an enthusiastic reception especially from leisureloving young people – at sporting ...

BBII 01-04 18-19 Near water on the ladder success
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NEAR WATER ON THE LADDER OF SUCCESS Still, Constitutional and Flavoursome Still beverages have shown particularly high growth rates for years. Products which make allowance for the megatrends of health and wellness are as well successful. Consumers increasingly demand thirst quenching beverages which offer them an obvious additional sanitary benefit while preserving a pleasant flavour at the same time. The Near Water beverages comply with all these three characteristics: They are still, beneficial to the health and „they taste good“.

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t can be observed worldwide that the classical beverage categories are stagnating. Innovations have become a stimulus for the entire beverage industry, among them in particular still products to which the Near Water beverages belong. Overseas, the clear „thirst quenchers“ have been a great

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success for the past few years. In 2002, e.g., the sales of Near Water products ...

BBII 01-04 20-22 Quick detection of bacteria cells
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QUICK DETECTION OF BACTERIA CELLS Improving the Microbial Quality Control of Mineral Water The use of conventional techniques for the microbial quality control of mineral water has severe limitations. It is slow and often inaccurate. Although new and powerful technologies exist on the market, which could substantially improve the quality control in the mineral water industry, today’s regulations prevent them from being widely accepted as the new „gold standard“.

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ver the last few decades there has been a growing customer demand for mineral water, especially natural mineral water, due to the increasing public awareness about health and wellness. Since the content of natural mineral water, trace elements and other constituents, differs significantly to drinking water, it is considered to be beneficial to health. Before natural mineral water can be sold it must be tested for different

physico-chemical, chemical, physical and also microbiologica ...

BBII 01-04 23 Brau Beviale 2003
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BRAU BEVIALE 2003 Rising Degree of Internationality The fair BRAU Beviale in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 12 to 14 November 2003 presented a comprehensive range of beverage raw materials, technologies, logistics and marketing. The degree of internationality of the most important exhibition for decision-makers in the European beverage industry increased distinctly. 37 per cent of the exhibitors and around one quarter of the visitors came from abroad.

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n the year before the EU enlargement, some 4,000 experts from the countries of Central Eastern and Eastern Europe used BRAU Beviale in Nuremberg to obtain information about raw materials, technologies, marketing and logistics. A trend that naturally pleases the German manufacturers of beverage technology, the world’s market leaders. More than three quarters (78 %) of all food processing and packaging machinery produced in Germany are exported abroad.

Positive feedback of the allied industry ...

BBII 01-04 24-25 Impressions
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IMPRESSIONS Publishing House W. Sachon at the BRAU Beviale Fair 2003 After the hottest summer of the century, the BRAU Beviale Fair saw for a splendid ending of the beverage year 2003. The fair was a great success for the publishing house W. Sachon, which publishes eight national and international professional journals for the brewing and beverage industry, and which was therefore very well represented on the fair. It has been worthwhile that we have induced and reshaped a lot of things, and that we have transformed one or the other innovative idea. As you will see in the following illustrated pages, this success was reflected by the host of visitors that came to our stand from all over the world, comprising readers as well as business partners.

Our motivated team at the stall: (from left to right): Helga Ress, Stefanie Beinl, Monika Widmann, Ulrich Sturz, Sabine Berchtenbreiter, Christian Haefele and Anita Elsaesser.

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BBII 01-04 26-28 Steam and heat generation
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STEAM AND HEAT GENERATION Optimizing Breweries in Terms of Heat Economy Every brewery is equipped with a heat generation plant. Because the physical property of steam is to release a large quantity of energy upon condensation whilst maintaining a constant temperature, water vapour has proved successful and been adapted as a heat medium for the thermal processes. Depending on the size of the brewery, different ways of steam generation may lead to an increase of the efficiency.

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ize, the sequence of processes, range of products and working rhythm in the breweries determine the size of the boiler and the system of equipment for steam generation. The primary objective of all planning and renewal is to achieve maximum efficiency, or the best value for money. Setting up a new brewery

Fig. 1: Steam generation for medium-sized and large breweries with closed condensate recirculation.

offers the best preconditions for planning as a whole, with ...

BBII 01-04 29 Professional order-picking
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PROFESSIONAL ORDER-PICKING Carlsberg invests in two transshipment centers Siemens Dematic AG, Nuremberg, has received a double digit million euro order from Carlsberg Danmark A/S, Copenhagen/Denmark, to install two order-picking systems in Denmark. These systems will be characterized by their high degree of automation. So around 400 item and customer pallets will be able to be loaded and unloaded per hour.

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arlsberg Danmark A/S is one of the leading brewing groups in the world, with nearly 29,000 employees, annual beer sales of 7.9 billion litres and operations at more then 103 sites in over 49 countries. The company has decided to install an orderpicking system in Taastrup (near Copenhagen) as well as in Frederica. They will go into operation in the spring of 2005. Each system will have eleven gantry robots, ten distribution trolleys and a four-aisled automated intermediate store for the short-term buffering of drink crates and cartons. Each system will be a ...

BBII 01-04 30-31 Rendezvous in a neutral data zone
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RENDEZVOUS IN A NEUTRAL DATA ZONE Data Protection for Remote Maintenance of Filling Plants Relationships between customers and suppliers often seem to be going through a crisis if it comes to the realisation of maintenance contracts. Often, the reason for this is the supplier’s demand for access to the plant’s components via remote access service for maintenance. This is even more problematic, if it is about computer systems which besides are integrated in the customer’s network, because this allows other persons – from the customer’s point of view – to access important systems in his own network – often with administrator rights. A cryptographic application platform could be a safe solution.

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odems and ISDN cards in servers are the oldest and most ill-famed methods. The supplier has to be granted access to important components mostly uncoded and more or less well authenticated. For good reason, modems and ISDN cards are prohibited in many compa ...

BBII 01-04 32-33 Total lubrication management
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TOTAL LUBRICATION MANAGEMENT Reducing Maintenance Costs by Extended Equipment Life Billions of euros are lost each year spent to repair the damage caused by mechanical wear in food and beverage factories due to surface degradation including mechanical wear and fatigue – a high percentage of which is due to lubricant degradation and problems associated with related maintenance. The food industry is especially vulnerable. Given the wet nature of much of the manufacturing process, the constant need for wash downs, and the dramatic temperature variations from freezers to ovens, the food industry must pay particular attention to the lubricants they use and the suppliers they choose to employ.

concept, success almost always depends on finding the right single source of lubrication products and services to meet complex needs. Here’s what to look for:

Complete product line The suppliers best equipped to meet requirements for diverse lubricating solutions offer a c ...

BBII 01-04 34-35 Doemens News
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News The Future of Presentation: Lectures Worldwide Available at any Time More than 95 per cent of all presentations are based on Powerpoint or comparable software. Thus, an easy and comfortable preparation, generation and presentation of computer-supported lectures based on text, pictures, animations and a lot more has become possible. The field of application reaches from training to product manufacturing – just anything to impart information.

Multi-media lecture online or on CD As long as you can follow the lecture live, no problems are involved. It just becomes difficult if third parties who were not present during the lecture want to recall this information. The lecturer, may be their colleague, provides them with the lecture text in a printed or digital version, but they are left alone when they have to acquire the contents. This may not be very difficult given you are familiar with the subject matter. If, however, the lecture deals with a completely new subject, ...

BBII 01-04 36 International events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS VINITALY 2004 From 1 to 5 April, 2004 the exhibition VinItaly in Verona (Italy) enables all operators to make „the trip around the wine world in five days“ in order to know, taste and enjoy high quality products of about 3,900 exhibitors from 24 countries. Five exhibition days of intense business negotiations, competitions, top level guided tasting sessions as well as international events and meetings on highly up-to-date subjects. VeronaFiere is organising for the 38th Vinitaly both the 12th edition of the International Wine Competition (24 – 28 March 2004) and the 9th edition of the International Packaging Competition (15 March 2004). The best wines in each of the 22 categories of the Wine Competition will respectively receive the awards. The last date for presentation of samples for both Competitions is 5th March 2004. For further information: www.vinitaly.com www.veronafiere.it

WORLD BEER CUP Held every two years since 1996, the AOB World Be ...

BBII 01-04 37 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES LABELING WITH PRODUCTIVITY MONITORING B&H Labeling Systems, Ceres, CA, introduced its newest innovation, Productivity Monitoring, an advanced software system available on a range of B&H labelers. Productivity Monitoring tracks and analyzes several key parameters in real time, monitoring the labeler and reporting critical data that enables packagers to maximize the productivity and the efficiency of the labeling operation.B&H will present the system at PACK Expo Las Vegas in October. For further information: www.bhlabeling.com

ON-LINE BEVERAGE MONITOR OI Analytical's new LAN 9000 OnLine Beverage Monitor is designed to measure the content of sugar (Brix) or Diet and CO2 in soft drink bottling operations with a single

detection technology. The specifically identification causes in an infrared optical filter which allows only spectra of those components to pass through the detector.

LIGHTWEIGHT PLASTIC PACKS Elopak Plastic Systems pre ...

BBII 01-04 3 Bottled water - keep pace with the trend
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Schloß Mindelburg Verlagsgruppe Sachon

BOTTLED WATER – KEEP PACE WITH THE TREND This issue is mainly dedicated to the most important foodstuff – water. During the past decade, the increasing health consciousness and the fitness and wellness wave have literally caused a burst on the mineral water markets in many countries which was accepted with pleasure by the bottlers. The increasing use of PET bottles which meet the demand for convenience particularly in the leisure time sector to a great extent is an additional promoting factor. And the world market is not yet saturated at all. So, for instance, many Americans are consuming too little water and too many beverages that rob the body of water, as coffee or alcohol. “The net result is that most Americans are probably only getting about a third of the valuable hydration benefits they need,” says Barbara Levine, R. D., Ph. D., Director of the Nutrition Informat ...

BBII 01-04 6-7 World news
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WORLD NEWS GERMANY

Carlsberg takes apart Holsten-Brauerei The German brewing company Holsten-Brauerei AG in Hamburg will be broken up by its new proprietor, the brewery Carlsberg A/S in Copenhagen. On January 20th 2004, the Danish brewery confirmed the rumours that have been circulating for months. First, Carlsberg A/S is going to buy the block of shares from major shareholder Christian R. Eisenbeiss, which amounts to around 50 %. Then, the company is going to submit a take-

over bid of 38 euros per share to the external shareholders. After that, major investments of the company in Hamburg are going to be sold. In the course of the change of ownership, Holsten is supposed to sell the König brewery in Duisburg and the private brewery Licher in Lich for 469 million euros to the brewery group Bitburger. The mineral water business will be sold for 159 million euros. Carlsberg assesses the remaining rest of the company, especially the brands of Holsten and Astra, ...

BBII 01-04 Bottled water market in India
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

BOTTLED WATER MARKET IN INDIA

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ith sales reaching around Rs 10,000 million, the bottled water segment in the beverages market outperformed other beverage categories such as tea, coffee and carbonated softdrinks. The battle for bottled water was mainly contested between two major players: Ramesh Chauhan’s Bisleri and CocoaCola’s India’s (Coke) Kinley.

Packaging The most significant development in the branded water segment was on the packaging front. The peak summer saw Coke rolling out Kinley in 200 ml cups. The soft drink major forsees Kinley cups as occupying the top end of the pouches water market. Except Bisleri, only few other brands retail packaged water in cups of 250 ml and 200 ml sizes. The presence of most brands in this pack size has been limited, owing predominantly to quality control issue. Mumbai, meanwhile, has emerged as a key market for 250 ml cups and 330 ml bottles. The big action in packa ...
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