Sachon Fachzeitschriftenarchiv 2.0 Getraenke-Fachzeitschriften/BBII/2009/05_09
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BBII 05-09 10 Global beverage players keep the faith in BRIC markets
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Global beverage players keep the faith in BRIC markets Once touted as a unique combination of high growth markets, the BRIC nations of Brazil, Russia, India and China have enjoyed varying fortunes during the great economic downturn of 2009. rojections after the first half of the year from Canadean’s new Quarterly Beverage Tracker, point to China and to a lesser extent India already shrugging off any financial woes with both countries set for healthy volume rises in 2009. Beverages in Brazil are set to rise by a more modest 2 per cent this year but demand in Russia is set to contract by 2 per cent.

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In China, the leading soft drinks players have invested in new product launches and extensive marketing campaigns and this is expected to be rewarded with a 15 per cent jump in soft drink sales by the end of the year. June has highlighted the willingness of the global soft drink giants to invest in China. During this month Coca- ...

BBII 05-09 12-14 The Brewing Industrys Utopia becomes Reality
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THE BREWING INDUSTRY’S UTOPIA BECOMES REALITY One single brew for different kinds of beers Using one single brew for a variety of different kinds of beers used to be a pipe dream. With its innovative approach BrewTopia, however, flavouring manufacturer Symrise does the impossible and opens new doors for the brewing industry.

any people have visions, but we often only partially expect them to become reality. It's not every day that they go on to exceed everything we had hoped for. Three years ago Harald Schmidt, Category Director Alcoholic Beverages, and Dr Bernhard Weckerle, Manager Technical Competence Development at Symrise, had a vision: they wanted to develop a brandnew approach to flavouring beer. Their BrewTopia is now ready for the market. It is a flavouring portfolio that has the potential to make real waves in the beer industry.

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Only one brew – but endless possibilities Harald Schmidt and Dr Bernhard Weckerle are convinced about the ...

BBII 05-09 16-19 Closer-to-nature trend
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CLOSER-TO-NATURE TREND Adding natural value to meet new market opportunities The worldwide growth in food and beverage products with more natural ingredients has emerged as a major trend during the last decade. During 2008 there were approximately 3 900 new products launched worldwide in the soft drinks market with an overtly natural positioning. This rate of introduction is growing steadily, year on year. These products typically contain natural ingredients like fruit based sweeteners or stevia, natural flavours, natural juices and colours or perhaps natural functionality through fruit or plant sourced antioxidants in the form of polyphenols.

cross the soft drinks category this closer-to-nature trend is seen emerging strongly in Aqua Fruit and fermented beverages, nectars, natural carbonates and in juice based energy drinks. The DöhlerGroup has closely monitored the natural ingredients phenomenon and focused its product development programmes to reflect the changes in c ...

BBII 05-09 20-21 Used but not spent
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“USED BUT NOT SPENT“ PET-systems supplier scope encompasses bottle conveyors, layout and project support services Machines from past years of manufacture – “used but not spent” – represent an alternative investment choice worthy of consideration – not only in times of strained funds and financial duress. This option ought to be evaluated in any circumstance. Such value analysis pays off irrespective of its result. This consideration equally applies to equipment for the production of preforms (injection moulding systems*) and bottles (stretchblow systems*) from PET, PEN or PLA.

ince its inception in 1994 in Hamburg GloCon Technical Supplies & Trading GmbH – now in Schwerin – is devoted to offer such equipment and systems /process related support services. Following inspection and assessment the company buys pre-used equipment, loads and transfers it to its plant, re-installs it, repairs and overhauls it there after another thorough audit. Before shipping ...

BBII 05-09 22-24 Eye-Catching Designs
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EYE-CATCHING DESIGNS Pure and healthy glass offers more to non-alcoholic beverages In recent years the European non-alcoholic beverage segment has shown a significant trend towards added-value, high-quality and healthy products. New fruit juices and even entirely new drinks categories, such as smoothies or so called functional drinks are on the rise. Manufacturers who individualise their products have the greatest chance of long-term success and this is partly achieved by presenting them in new eye-catching designs. Here, glass offers a variety of advantages.

“Glass bottles can enhance a premium image and attract interest to products at a variety of price points, because of the unique properties of the material. Manufacturers use eye-catching designs and unusual shapes to create distinctive brands,” says Matthias Warneke, Marketing Manager for Non-Alcoholic Beverages, O-I Europe. The company is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of glass

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BBII 05-09 26-29 Quality not Quantity
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“QUALITY NOT QUANTITY“ Strong drinktec boosts confidence and investment From September 14 to 19, the drinktec 2009 opened its gates on the fairgrounds of Munich. Exhibitors, visitors and organisers gave a positive review of the world’s largest fair for Beverage and Liquid Food Technology. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL has heard opinions on the fair and reports on impressions of the event.

herever you looked in the twelve exhibition halls at the fair, the general picture was one of interested professionals from all parts of the globe, seeking out innovations, finding out about machinery and plant and conducting intensive business talks and negotiations in the exhibitors’ offices and in the VIP lounges. In all areas of the exhibition the emphasis was on cost-saving and sustainable solutions. At the stands it was clear that visitors from outside Germany were in the majority. “There was a noticeably high number of visitors from China, India, Japan and ...

BBII 05-09 30-33 Impressions of a world event
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Considering the national and international interests of brew giant Warsteiner, the drinktec is, of course, always a command performance. Here is Peter Himmelsbach (center), Chief Technology Officer at Warsteiner with Markus Jungblut (right) of Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd. in Thailand, and Wolfgang Burkart.

Dr. Ingo Viehweg-Klee (left), South America expert and Director Americas, Ziemann, had much to talk about.

IMPRESSIONS OF A WORLD EVENT drinktec 2009

A “scientific” visit to the Sachon booth: Katrin Mathmann, Systems Technology chair at the Technical University (TU), Munich-Weihenstephan, and Dr. Jens Voigt (left), Scientific Assistant in Systems Technology at TUM-Weihenstephan, as well as Hans Roth Jr., Beer Sponsor, Storchen-Brewery in Pfaffenhausen.

Leandro Edgar Emmel (right), Supervisor Administrativo, and Reinardo Werner Emmel (center), Director and Certified Brew Master, both of WE consultoria, with Wolfgang Burkart, discuss ...

BBII 05-09 34-37 The MBAA Global Emerging Issues Committee
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THE MBAA GLOBAL EMERGING ISSUES COMMITTEE A tool for operating safety in brewing industry Once upon a time, in the 17 th century, there was a young boy, aged 14. He decided to learn the brewing craft. He made an apprenticeship in a local brewery in his small town. After that he worked there until his death for the next 55 years. During his life, he never leaved his hometown, he never heard from other brewers, nethertheless he made always good beers and had always customer satisfaction. What do we learn of this fairy tale It is long time ago! owadays we have a global market, increasing customer demands and until now in nearly every country a jungle of legal regulations. Therefore we have a lot of sources of information like professional journals, conferences and of course the internet. Nevertheless it is nearly impossible for every brewer to filter the very essential information out of the flood of information which is offered due to new media.

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BBII 05-09 38-39 Benefit from the favourable oil price
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BENEFIT FROM THE FAVOURABLE OIL PRICE! Realisation of short-term measures for permanent energy cost reduction During the last years, German brewers again and again complained about rising energy costs. Short-term investments in energy saving measures and medium-term investments in renewable energies were taken into consideration. Since July 2008, the oil price has fallen by approx. 70 per cent from its highest level of 147 US dollars to currently 44 US dollars per barrel (bbl) crude oil. Within the scope of the current worldwide bad economic situation, this fact represents an appreciated reduction of the production costs for breweries which rely on gas or oil as an energy source. But simultaneously with this relief, companies are less interested in energy saving measures. lthough there is a general consensus about the necessity of an optimisation of the energy balance of a company, investments which are not absolutely necessary are postponed to better times in the current economic si ...

BBII 05-09 3 Drinktec 2009 Smaller more elegant more international
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

DRINKTEC 2009: SMALLER, MORE ELEGANT, MORE INTERNATIONAL BOTH EXHIBITORS AND VISITORS SATISFIED Attendance at this year’s drinktec international trade fair in Munich was down 10 percent. Nonetheless, everybody was happy! The organizers of the show seem to have taken this seeming contradiction in strides. Everybody agreed: The organization was flawless and, though the visitors were fewer in numbers than in 2005, all important decision-makers had come. Everybody considered it particularly positive that the decision-makers had not stayed away. If the productive atmosphere that was so apparent at drinktec carries over into the coming year, orders will surely continue Yours to be written as a result. We have selected four images that I hope will capture the upbeat mood at this year’s drinktec … and as we all look back at a successful drinktec 2009 and look forward to a successful business year 2010, I remain

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BBII 05-09 40-43 What is actually happening and where
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WHAT IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING AND WHERE Highland Spring invested in production planning and scheduling software Highland Spring is a leading UK produced brand and premium spring water. Working on a 24 x 7 basis, at maximum output this equates to up to 90,000 bottles per hour which in 2006 meant that the company bottled around 240 million litres of water.

very drop of the spring water falls on protected land, and was the first bottled water in the UK to have its land certified organic by the soil association.

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Investment in state of the art production technology and a commitment to the environment ensures that the spring water is delivered to the consumer as pure as it can possibly be. When it comes to ensuring an uninterrupted flow of the right product for the right customer, Highland Spring relies on Preactor International.

Bewildering number of possible configurations In order to retain its enviable reputation, the spring water brand ha ...

BBII 05-09 44-45 Doemens News
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A good omen for the Academy It gives me great pleasure to report nothing but good news from this year’s annual Doemens e.V. meeting. Our two-year track “Production Manager, Brewing Drink Technology“ shows positive trends. This course has become the flagship of the Doemens technical education program. The oneyear course “Vocational Training for Brew Masters” is still as popular as ever, and will continue to be offered in two classes next year. Especially successful are our international training programs for brew industry experts. The International Diploma offered by Doemens is recognized worldwide as a guaranty of solid brewtechnological knowledge. Our “Drink Industry Master” program enjoys unbroken popularity within the non-alcoholic drinks industry. Our training track for a “Master in the Food Industry” even showed record enrolments last year, and, for the first time, we had to offer this course in two parallel classes. Because the demand for this course continues ...

BBII 05-09 46 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS ALERT PLUS ENERGY SHOT

and a nod to the famous Paul Smith stripes, which underlines the purity of the natural spring water from the French Alps. It also captures the youthful and optimistic mindset of the brand’s new signature message, LiveYoungTM.

GlaxoSmithKline has entered the UK Energy Shots market with a £ 13m marketing investment to support the launch of its energy shot innovation, Lucozade Alert Plus. Developed specifically for UK consumers and underpinned by GSK’s expertise and market credibility, Lucozade Alert Plus will be instrumental in building a £114m energy shots category in the UK by 2013.

While miles away from traditional holiday themes, the new Evian designer bottle offers an experience of youth in a multi-coloured bottle with five different caps to collect. The new collection is sure to add a final touch of elegance to every festive table during the holiday season and throughout 2010.

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BBII 05-09 48-49 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES IMPROVE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL PROFILE More than ever before, companies throughout the world want their products to be as environmentally friendly as possible. With NeoSet Stora Enso now offers a full wet strength label paper that

contains post-consumer-waste (PCW) fibre. The paper is a oneside coated wet strength label paper containing a high percentage of PCW-fibres. This new label paper is designed for optimal performance in highspeed converting and labelling lines. It meets all requirements of wet strength label papers that are especially used for the production of labels for water and soft drink bottles. The paper offered in a basis weight of 70 gsm and optimised for offset printing, is produced at Stora Enso’s Uetersen Mill in Germany. To optimise the product, extensive development testing was conducted on all facets of label production: from printing, die-cutting, labelling and wash off. All feedback from initial production tests and customer trials ...

BBII 05-09 6-9 World News
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WORLD NEWS GLOBAL

Worldwide commitment to place energy information on packaging The Coca-Cola Company announced global plans to include energy information (calories, kilocalories, kilojoules) per serving on the front of nearly all product packages in a move to increase consumers’ awareness about the calorie content of its beverages.

The company is the first in the beverage industry to make this kind of international commitment. The new labels seek to make it even easier for consumers worldwide to make more informed decisions about the beverages they drink based on their own individual taste preferences and nutritional needs. The company already has successfully rolled out front-of-pack energy labelling throughout Europe and Australia with Mexico and the United States currently in roll-out phase. The company’s global commitment is to have front-of-pack energy information on all products by the end of 2011.

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