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BBII 04-04 10-12 SENAI Vassouras under new management
Vorschau
SENAI/VASSOURAS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Interview with Alvaro Dertinate Nogueira The technological centre for beverages at Senai, the national education authorities of Brazil combines various educational sectors on its premises in the city of Vassouras in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The brewing and beverage industry sector has been managed by Alvaro Dertinate Nogueira since October 2003. In April of this year, BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL wanted to know from Nogueira which targets are connected with his person and what are his imaginations of the technological centre’s future in a brewing and beverage market which has become more and more centralised. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL (BBII): Mr. Nogueira, you have been manager of the brewers’ academy of Vassouras for several months now. Could you please briefly summarise your impressions of the first few months Alvaro Dertinate Nogueira: After six months working as a technological coordinator in the techno ...

BBII 04-04 14-16 Brau Beviale 2004
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BRAU BEVIALE 2004 Meeting point for the European beverage industry BRAU Beviale 2004 is again the most important exhibition for the European beverage industry this year. Attention once again focuses on raw materials, technologies, logistics and marketing in the Exhibition Centre of Nuremberg from 10-12 November. A good 1,400 exhibitors and around 38,000 trade visitors are expected at the event.

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RAU Beviale as a classic capital goods exhibition reflects the tendencies on the international beverage markets: and there’s a lot going on there at the moment...

Gone are the times when a drink was simply a drink, plain thirstquenchers, so to speak – when consumers still ordered a “water” or a “Pilsner”. The beverage industry has provided a lot of information, communicated brand philosophies and organized extensive campaigns

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to clearly show the consumer why product X is in no way comparable ...

BBII 04-04 17-18 Convenience boosts sales
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CONVENIENCE BOOSTS SALES Beverage cartons are getting more and more convenient Convenience is currently a mega trend in Germany and a recipe for success when new food products are developed. Yet the term “convenience” actually only describes peoples’ desire to make their lives as easy as possible. This trend of demanding more and more convenience in all areas of our lives has existed as far back as living memory can go. For more than half a century, the beverage carton has made a considerable contribution to satisfying this need thanks to the founder of Tetra Pak, Dr. Ruben Rausing, who developed and marketed what was at the time a revolutionary concept for packaging liquid foods in laminated cartons. Now, fifty years after his invention, the beverage carton concept has lost none of its significance.

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ur requirements of food and drink convenience are getting increasingly demanding. For example, consumers now have more flexible working hours, greater mob ...

BBII 04-04 21-23 Emallage BL and IPA
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EMBALLAGE, B&L AND IPA The world of packaging and food processing From November 22-26, 2004, the packaging world will meet in Paris. For the third consecutive edition, IPA (World Food Process Exhibition) and Emballage (World Packaging Exhibition) will be held at the same time on the same site. With all liquid packaging exhibitors gathered for the first time in the same hall, Emballage presents a further sector-focused display to meet exhibitors’ and attendees’ expectations: Beverages & Liquids (B&L).

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ith more than 2500 exhibiting companies, Emballage 2004, which will take place from November 22-26 in France in Paris-Nord Villepinte, confirms its appeal for the whole industry. The exhibitions will show a most complete and comprehensive display of equipment and processes, packaging machines, packages and containers.

Beverages & Liquids The major players in the liquid packaging industry have always been present at Emballage, acknowledging its ef ...

BBII 04-04 24-26 Stimulation of all senses
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STIMULATION OF ALL SENSES Packaging specifically used as a marketing instrument “Consumers are swamped with advertisements. Every day, about 3 000 advertisements reach the consumer. The consumer, however, only knows about 191 of the 55 000 up to 60 000 brands presented on the market. And every year, there are about 30 000 new brands on the market, whereas two-thirds of these brands prove to be a flop already after one year.” This is how Dr. Peter Haller of the agency group Serviceplan in Munich illustrates the situation for advertisers and marketing specialists on the fourth Pro Carton professional congress, the motto of which is: “Packaging, design, marketing”. Considering these figures, it makes sense to concentrate on what is closest to the customer: the packaging.

of packagings compared to other media, from the consumers’ and experts’ point of view”. The results of this study clearly show that packaging is much more than just a porter of marketing signal ...

BBII 04-04 28-31 Design and function at the same time
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DESIGN AND FUNCTION AT THE SAME TIME High brand recognition by means of CoolKegs Beer aficionados agree: It must be cool and fresh. Gone are the times when beer kegs were stored in the bath tub at home for hours trying to cool them down provisionally to the optimum drinking temperature. Since 1999, Cool System Bev. GmbH has been a worldwide licensee of Zeo Tech GmbH and has developed the self-cooling and regenerative CoolKeg® with a user-orientated approach. The CoolKegs® and the systems necessary for regeneration and labelling are worldwide exclusively distributed by Cool System Bev. GmbH, turnkey projects are also realised on request. The editorial staff of BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL made an interview with Gerd-Albert Graf, managing director of Cool System Bev. GmbH, asking him questions about the enterprise, the technology and the advantages of the Cool Keg, as well as the acceptance on the part of the consumer. (Hof) BBII: Cool-System Bev. GmbH is a private com ...

BBII 04-04 32-34 Boon or bane
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BOON OR BANE Yeast nutrients for wine and sparkling wine fermentation If microbiological processes were easy to control, the wine and sparkling wine industry would make some important progress as regards to quality management. Microbiological processes, however, adjust to the laws of nature and use to change according to their environmental conditions. Moreover, these microorganisms are very small and feature very complicated metabolic processes. It is therefore all the more amazing that the process of alcoholic fermentation is left to its own resources. Starting with cellarmasters who are relatively poorly trained in the subject of wine microbiology, it ends up with a poor monitoring of the production process.

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ine yeasts are an important interface between must and wine, so we also have to consider that fermentation will only proceed optimally if these yeasts in fact reach the end of the fermentation process alive. This means, that yeast can only carry out ...

BBII 04-04 36-38 Simply blown away
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SIMPLY BLOWN AWAY Turn the drinking experience into a class act In recent years, branded glasses have become a to-die-for accessory no discerning fashionista can be seen without in public. And it’s exactly for the same reason that branded glasses have become a must-have item in the on-trade sector for beverage marketers. Branded glasses provide a brand’s immaterial essence with a material body. What the consumer, male or female, wants to hold in their hand is the brand become glass. The trend, the look, the craze for labels: it’s the Zeitgeist that compels consumers to regard branded glasses as a necessary complement to the drink that they have ordered in a bar or a restaurant.

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iamonds are a girl’s best friend That may have been true in times gone by. Today it’s labels, labels, labels. From head to … hand, at least according to Eddy and Patsy, Britain’s favourite champagne-swilling brand aficionados who gave us Absolutely Fabulous, a rowdy yet ...

BBII 04-04 3 Lovely package
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Schloß Mindelburg Verlagsgruppe Sachon

LOVELY PACKAGE Only a few weeks to go until Christmas. Millions and millions of presents will be packed for Christmas worldwide with love and care. And, at first glance, aren´t you pleased if you notice the refinement of an imaginative packaging, aren´t you attracted to the most creative arrangement Christmas Eve and consumer behaviour is all the same. “At the point of sale it is the packaging which serves as an eye-catcher and brand communicator. Up to 75 per cent of the consumers make their decision of which product to buy on the POS. And in doing so, they rely on packaging as important means of assistance for their decision.” This is how Jürgen Bihler puts it in his contribution on the importance of packages for sales figures on page 24 of this issue. And who´s the one to be resistant to the most appealing package if one sort of product is offered by various supplier ...

BBII 04-04 40-41 Continuous grape juice extracting
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CONTINUOUS GRAPE JUICE EXTRACTING Decanter replaces wine press There was hardly any invention that accompanied mankind during so many millenia like the wine press. Yet this is the beginning of a new era: juice extracting with a decanter. A German winegrower cooperative from BadenWuerttemberg has put the Vinex process into industrial practice. Due to this process, a continuous work is to be realised for the first time.

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uring the test stage, the co-operative WeingaertnerZentralgenossenschaft (WZG) from Baden-Wuerttemberg mainly used the decanter for the production of red wine. A pilot plant, for example, was able to extract the juice from 30 per cent of the crop from 2001 of Trollinger, Lemberger and Schwarzriesling wine. Since then, the tendency to even higher amounts has risen. Today, the juice of 75 t/h is extracted with a decanter.

Dr. Stefan Pecoroni Leader of the beverage technology at Westfalia Separator FoodTec GmbH.

Frank Schau ...

BBII 04-04 42-44 Hundred years of brewing and distilling training
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HUNDRED YEARS OF BREWING AND DISTILLING TRAINING The ICBD celebrates its centenary The International Centre for Brewing and Distilling (ICBD) is based on a partnership between industry and academics, and makes up part of the School of Life Sciences located in the Riccarton Campus of Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. The ICBD traces its roots back to 1903, and is the only such centre in the UK. This academic year (2003 – 2004), the ICBD celebrates 100 years of Brewing and Distilling training at HeriotWatt University.

How did brewing develop at Heriot-Watt In 1903 the Chemistry Department of Heriot-Watt College decided to offer a course in Brewing, appointing as lecture Dr Emil Westergaard, who had originally come from Denmark to introduce lager brewing in Scotland, at Tennents

Dr. Stephan Brey In 1999 he graduated from the Technical University of Munich, Weihenstephan, Germany and joined the Compañía Cervecería Unidas S.A., Santiago de Chile, as a trai ...

BBII 04-04 52-55 E-Commerce for beverage industry
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E-COMMERCE FOR BEVERAGE INDUSTRY Pilot project runs at Bitburger Today, everyone is talking about e-commerce. How can e-commerce be combined with additional time savings within a brewery Numerous questions emerge, the answers to which have to be agreed upon individually to ensure mutual satisfaction and mutual benefits for customers and suppliers. KHS, international manufacturer of bottling and packaging systems for the beverage industry, developed an exemplary e-commerce solution in cooperation with Bitburger Brauerei, one of main premium breweries in Germany. This e-commerce solution is seen as a pilot project for the whole beverage industry.

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he aim: moving away from time-consuming spare part identification and ordering towards optimized spare part procurement that can be handled simply and exclusively by electronic means. Prior to introduction of an e-commerce solution at Bitburger Brauerei, spare parts ordering at the brewery was handled as follows: Main ...

BBII 04-04 56-51 More than 1000 visitors from all over the world
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A both efficient and spectacular venue chosen by the WBC organisers: The Twin Towers of the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel.

MORE THAN 1000 VISITORS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD World Brewing Congress in San Diego gathers international brewing industry “Professional” is supposed to be the soonest term to occur to you spontaneously if you are asked for the particular impressions you have taken along as a visitor to the 2nd World Brewing Congress (WBC) from July 24 to 28 in San Diego, California. The professional organisation and the extremely favourable price-performance ratio you are by far not used to at European congresses, induced more than 1000 visitors from all over the world to come to San Diego. In the following, you will find a brief assessment of the WBC 2004 and a detailed illustrated report.

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lready months before brewers from all over the world set out for their way to San Diego, the universal brewing community had been optimally informed w ...

BBII 04-04 56-57 Labels in Position
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LABELS IN POSITION Fork sensors control labelling machines The higher the speed of the labelling ribbon, the higher is the throughput. And the more precisely the label is detected, the more precisely it will be positioned on the product or the packaging. Here, modern fork sensors play a pivotal role – they are able to realise paper labels as well as transparent labels on any kind of backing material. For this purpose, optic, capacitive or ultrasonic systems are applied, depending on the requirement profile.

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abelling always means precision at full speed. Today, the industrial standard is 120 m/min – and there is a tendency towards even higher ribbon speed. At the same time, the highest positioning precision is considered as self-evident. That is why labels on an endless backing ribbon pass a fork sensor. There, start and end of the label are exactly determined and transmitted to the machine as a control signal. Only high precision during the process of la ...

BBII 04-04 58-59 Doemens News
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News Off-flavour training with the help of sensorial collaborative tests Just as with many other foodstuffs, the consumer expects a certain flavour and taste with beer, too. According to statistics, the appearance of so-called “off-flavours” is the main reason for consumer complaints to the food industry. This shows the necessity of a comprehensive sensorial quality control in the brewery which is meant to exclude the possibility of introducing a beer with sensorially perceivable flaws in the market already in advance.

Rating of off-flavour grades In the background of the Doemens collaborative test, the most important off-flavour substances in beer have been tasted and rated. Therefore, each passing through includes the shipment of two different capsules which are dissolved in one litre of the delivered beer at a time. One of those capsules contains a “placebo” which does not sensorially impair the fresh standard beer while the second capsule contains a defined of ...

BBII 04-04 60-61 International events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS IFE HUNGARY 2005 CHINA DRINKTEC 2005 The 9th edition of China Drinktec (China International Exhibition on Beverage and Brewery Processing Technology) will be held again at the largest exhibition center in Asia, Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center, Guangzhou, PR China from March 8-11, 2005. For the past 8 years, it has been organized in good timing to successfully link up worldwide renowned beverage and brewery suppliers with potential Chinese manufacturers. In China Drinktec 2005, beverage, brewery and dairy technology continues to be the show focus, highlighting latest and high quality production techniques. A wide range of exhibits will be demonstrated including machinery and ingredients for the production and processing of beverage/beer/dairy, blow molding machines, injection molding machines, aseptic processing and packaging equipment, filling equipment, CIP Systems and testing equipment, etc. At the concurrent symposium during China Drin ...

BBII 04-04 62-63 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES MEYPACK: PACKAGING SYSTEMS

will be on the fields of labeling, filtration, keg racking technologies, and crate inspection.

ALCOA: GLASS STOPPER FOR WINE

Whether it is folding boxes, glass jars and metal cans, bottles (glass, PET, HDPE) or drink cans that have to be grouped to form

The new Innoket APL pressuresensitive labeling station is characterized by an exceptionally slender design that makes station redundancy possible and eliminates machine downtime. The newly developed KHS Innopro Kometronic horizontal pre-coat filter is equally well suited for use in the brewing industry as it is in the fruit juice and wine sectors.

Alcoa, supplier of aluminum products and producer of sealing devices and packing machines for the beverage industry, presents an innovative and high-quality stopper for wine bottles as an alternative to natural corks and synthetic stoppers. Vino-lok is a glass stopper that has the appeara ...

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

80 th birthday for Hermann Kronseder Dr.-Ing. h.c. Hermann Kronseder reached his 80th birthday on Sunday, 3 October 2004. The founding father of Krones AG celebrated this landmark with the firm’s staff and representatives from the political and business communities at the company’s restaurant in Neutraubling. He set up his own business in 1951 at the age of 27, a „craft business for electrical machinery construction“. Housed in a self-built workshop,

In 1996, Hermann Kronseder handed over management of the company to his eldest son Volker, and became Chairman of the Supervisory Board.

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Numerous tributes were paid to the company founder’s career. In addition to some prestigious Bavarian accolades, he’s been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, 1st Class, of the Federal Republic of Germany. He’s particularly proud, however, of the Diesel Medal in Gold from the German Institute for Inventions, and h ...

BBII 04-04 Bottled water continues its global growth surge
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

BOTTLED WATER CONTINUES ITS GLOBAL GROWTH SURGE T

he global bottled water market continues to surge ahead, advancing by 9.2 per cent to 155,400 million litres in 2003 – he same growth rate as in 2002, according to the 2004 Global Water report from drinks consultancy Zenith International. Average consumption per person has risen from 16 litres in 1998 to 25 litres in 2003. Thus bottled water is rapidly catching up with carbonated soft drinks at 31 litres, but has a long way to go before it reaches the level of tea at 53 litres. “The impetus behind bottled water, in terms of growth and long term opportunity, is now undeniable,” commented Zenith Research Director Gary Roethenbaugh. “Bottled water’s benefits – ranging from purity and convenience to hydration and lifestyle – are perhaps stronger today than they have ever been.” Among the points highlighted by the Zenith report: – West Europe was the biggest consuming region ...
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