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BBII 02-11 10-11 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Asian soft drinks consumption continues to drive future closure demand In spite of the economic slowdown in many markets over the last two years, beverage closure demand has continued to grow strongly, driven partly by the sustained shift towards pre-packaged beverage consumption in many developing markets and partly by the continuing growth in popularity of the plastic ‘bottle plus cap’ format – especially PET bottles in smaller ‘on-the-go’ sizes. Understandably perhaps in the more austere commercial climate, the overwhelming theme has been improved efficiency and cost/weight reduction, linked to growing environmental awareness and marketing focused on more efficient use of increasingly scarce and expensive resources. his does not mean that the market has lacked innovation however. Rising use of sports caps, dosing caps and similar ‘added value’ features is testament to the fact that the underlying demographic changes that are driving ...

BBII 02-11 12-17 Daring to be different
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DARING TO BE DIFFERENT A talk with Heinz-Jürgen Kroner, PDX Last August, there was a huge surprise in the news for the national and international brewing industry: Heinz-Jürgen Kroner, a former stalwart of GEA Brewery Systems GmbH, had joined Pursuit Dynamics PLC (PDX) to take over the company’s Brewing, Food & Beverage division as Managing Director, starting October 2010. One of his key tasks will be the market introduction of a revolutionary technology, the PDX Wort Heater. In an interview with BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL, the 46-year-old executive revealed how he intends to do that and which other challenges he sees down the road. (hof) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr Kroner, you have been in the industry for more than 20 years. You were the public persona of GEA Brewery Systems, where you held various positions including that of spokesperson for the executive. Can you tell me the reasons for your recent professional reorientation Heinz-Jürgen ...

BBII 02-11 18-19 Ziemann for young talents
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ZIEMANN FOR YOUNG TALENTS Students visit sites in Bürgstadt and Ludwigsburg For three years now, the Ziemann Group, Ludwigsburg, and the Sachon publishing house have been realising a project that has received a lot of attention in our sector: “Ziemann for young talents”. Twice a year up to eight students are invited to important international events. (Bu) he basic idea of “Ziemann for young talents” is to promote young German students to introduce them to the increasingly global orientation of our industry and simply to expose them to international experiences. The list of events visited so far includes exclusive names like the ProPak Asia in Bangkok, the World Brewing Congress in Hawaii, China Brew & Beverage in Beijing, and drink technology India in Mumbai.

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Pretty big, the container in the backround: the students were impressed by their tour at Bürgstadt (right to left): Johannes Lauer, TU München-Weihenstephan; Thomas Grün, Sales Engineer, Zie ...

BBII 02-11 20-23 Knowledge learning and experience
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KNOWLEDGE, LEARNING, AND EXPERIENCE The European Brewery Convention is well prepared for its next congress in Glasgow The European Brewery Convention (EBC) was founded in 1947 by several national brewers associations in Europe. The principal goal was to create a vehicle for the exchange of technical and scientific information among research institutes. Originally located in the Dutch city of Zoeterwoude, the EBC moved to Brussels in 2008, where it now operates under the umbrella of the Brewers of Europe. Since then, the EBC has successfully shed its image as an outdated institution and has rebranded itself instead as a dynamic and progressive organisation. The EBC Executive Officer, John Brauer, deserves much of the credit for this turnaround. He is also the person responsible for the EBC’s next congress in Glasgow (www.ebc2011glasgow.org) in May, which will likely be the largest and most important platform for scientific exchange in the entire European brewing industry. (hof) beer ...

BBII 02-11 24-27 The leading trade fair bonus
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THE LEADING TRADE FAIR BONUS The interpack 2011 invites visitors to join in a big industry event The interpack exhibition, the most important packaging trade fair in the world, opens its gates on 12 May 2011. For seven days visitors can gather information on innovations from throughout the supply chain of the packaging industry in Düsseldorf’s exhibition halls. Around 2,700 companies will show their packaging and process solutions for the branches food and beverage, confectionary and baked goods, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, non-food consumer goods, industrial goods and related services as well as packing materials and packaging and their manufacture. Before the exhibition, BREWERY AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke to Bernd Jablonowski, Project Manager of interpack. (gb) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr Jablonowski, the economic situation worldwide has changed considerably since the last interpack in April 2008. How have you, as the organiser of the exhibi ...

BBII 02-11 28-29 Going green
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GOING GREEN Brewing Conference Bangkok 2011 focuses on sustainability The Brewing Conference Bangkok 2011 will take place at the ProPak Asia exhibition grounds – at the same time as the exhibition – between 15 and 17 June, under the organisation of the Thailand Beer Industry Guild and the Versuchs- und Lehranstalt für Brauerei Berlin (VLB Berlin). In the run-up to the conference BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke to Olaf Hendel, head of the PR and publishing department of the VLB Berlin. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr Hendel, the motto of the 2011 Brewing Conference is ‘Going Green – Challenges for the AsiaPacific Brewing Industry’. Please describe the main focuses of the conference. Olaf Hendel: At the Brewing Conference Bangkok 2009 the theme was sustainability. This year we will continue in the same vein with the motto ‘Going Green’. The aim is to show how a modern brewery can develop and optimise ecologically and economically sound p ...

BBII 02-11 30-32 People planet and profit
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PEOPLE, PLANET, AND PROFIT Market trends and challenges in the global brewing industry It’s time to review the trends for the future, and the challenges encountered by the global brewing industry in the past year. In the following article, Jeroen van Roon, Industry Manager, Beer, DSM Food Specialties, considers the implications of the latest market developments for the future of brewing. orecasts show that despite the economic climate, there are good opportunities in developing markets. Western Europe, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand have long been established as the key players in the developed brewing market and this remains the case. However, in the developing markets beer constitutes approximately 80 per cent of total alcohol sales and is increasing at the expense of spirits. Among the fastest growing markets are China, India, South Africa, Turkey, Vietnam, Nigeria, and the Philippines [1]. In terms of future growth, the Middle East and Africa have some of the wor ...

BBII 02-11 33-35 Trends and perspectives
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TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES The worldwide wine and spirits market up to 2014 For nine years VINEXPO, the international trade fair for wines and spirits, has had an annual study carried out on the worldwide consumption of wines and spirits, their production and international sales. The study is executed by the consulting agency International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR) and includes a prognosis for the next five years. This year it covered 28 production countries and 114 nations where wine and spirits are consumed. The data collected by the IWSR since 1971 is the most comprehensive, exact, and detailed source for alcoholic drinks on the world market. Every year, the actual consumption figures are compared with the predicted figures in the study.

The worldwide wine market

World Wine Consumption (in Value)

Production Between 2005 and 2009 the average annual production worldwide was 3,083 cases (of 9 litres). 2007 was an exceptional year in which worldw ...

BBII 02-11 36-37 Never on a sunday
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NEVER ON A SUNDAY Restrictions on liquor sales are disappearing in the US When Valentina Barker, owner of Hamm’s Modern Wine Cellar in Pawcatuck, Connecticut, looks out the window of her home on a Sunday, she sees another package store in Westerly, Rhode Island, directly across the Pawcatuck River. Like her store, it also sells liquor. But unlike her store, it’s open for business. “In Connecticut, we can’t be open, but all other retailers can be,” Barker says. “I need to be open seven days a week if I want to cater to my customers.” She admits that her store is small, but Hamm’s still carries 1,345 SKUs and has three employees. Other retailers in states without Sunday spirits sales bordering those that have them also see the colour of money on the other side of the fence. Their plight is shared by liquor retailers in 14 states across the US: Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennesse ...

BBII 02-11 38-41 Profits go to charity
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PROFITS GO TO CHARITY Turkish Red Crescent organisation benefits from mineral water bottling company In the West Anatolian city of Afyonkarahisar – or Afyon for short – there is a mineral water bottling company whose profits go exclusively to charity. It was Atatürk who transferred the mineral water bottling rights to the humanitarian aid organisation Turkish Red Crescent in 1926. To this very day Türk Kizilayi or Turkish Red Crescent Mineral Water Enterprises is managed by the charity. Profits from the mineral water plant now make up about 10 per cent of Turkish Red Crescent’s overall budget. For a further increase in profits in the future, Türk Kizilayi invested in new technology. The plant has now opted for the first KHS line in Turkey that is capable of processing both one-way glass bottles and PET bottles. urkish Red Crescent, founded in 1868, is the largest humanitarian aid agency in Turkey, with around 4,000 employees. Turkish Red Crescent is a member of the internati ...

BBII 02-11 3 What is Kroner doing at PDX
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

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WHAT IS KRONER DOING AT PDX AND: WHAT BRINGS SIX STUDENTS TO GLASGOW AND BANGKOK Last year, many friends of ex-GEA Brewery Systems CEO Heinz-Jürgen Kroner were asking themselves why on earth he had given up his safe corporate job to become Managing Director of the Brewing, Food & Beverage division of PDX The BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL didn’t understand it either, so we just went and asked him! You can find his answer on page 12. Also in this issue you can find advance information on the EBC Congress from 22 to 26 May in Glasgow and the ProPak Asia from 15 to 18 June in Bangkok. Once again, three students will be invited to both these events as part of the initiative “Ziemann for young talents”, organised jointly by our publishing house and the Ziemann Group. In case one or other of our students should ask you for a statement at one of these events, we would be g ...

BBII 02-11 42-44 Fast growing market
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FAST GROWING MARKET Indian carbonated beverage industry India is alive with possibilities of gigantic scales. It is the second fastest growing economy, worldwide, with over 1.2 billion people with very low per-capita consumption of soft drinks. According to an independent study, of the 120 billion litres of non-alcoholic beverages consumed in India, only 4 per cent is ready-to-drink. This low figure presents the manufacturers with immense opportunities in coming years.

ith increased urbanisation and growth of the middle class, more people are getting introduced to ready-to-drink packaged drinks, which shall augur well for the carbonated beverage industry players.

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The Market The 75 billion rupees (approx. 1,68 billion US dollars) Indian sparkling beverages market, in which the carbonated cola drinks have a low share is one of the most unique markets, worldwide. Coca-Cola’s cola

brand, “Thums Up” rule the carbonated drinks market ...

BBII 02-11 45 Safe unloading
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SAFE UNLOADING Depalletising of new glass with vacuum plate lifter It was originally conceived as a special solution for depalletising, for unloading and single-lining (separation) of glass and the sorting out of damaged glasses for a jam (marmalade) producer. Today the New Glass Depalletiser from H.F. Meyer is used not only by the food industry, but also the beverage industry that has recognised the advantages of this machine. ust ten months have past between the initial idea and the concept realisation of a bottle depalletiser. “The particular advantage of this machine is that it is possible to prevent damaged glasses getting into the production line by means of a built-in vacuum plate and programme in the control system,” says Jörg Westensee of H.F. Meyer Sales Department.

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The product has passed the performance test. The jam manufacturer has used the New Glass Depalletiser ever since without any problems and also companies in the bottling industry ha ...

BBII 02-11 46-47 Doemens News
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Doemens Laboratory reopened a year ago The Doemens Academy’s chemical-technical laboratory reopened in November 2009 and is once again providing analyses and consultation services for the brewery industry. An increasing number of ‘old’ customers are returning to put their trust in the laboratory. The institute’s advisory services would, after all, be unthinkable without a laboratory to back them up. Who wants to wait for urgent results, which have to be applied immediately because important technological decisions depend on them In the near future a small malting unit will also be opened at the institute, because malt is after all the ‘soul of beer’. In addition, the institute offers laboratory services in the field of product development. The new price list and all the necessary contact information can be found at www.doemens.org under ‘consulting’. When performing any of the analyses listed under our service specifications we guarantee immediate testing of samples, ...

BBII 02-11 48 Beverage innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS NEW COCKTAIL FLAVOURS RANGE BY DÖHLER The DöhlerGroup – a global producer, marketer, and provider of technology-based natural ingredients, ingredient systems, and integrated solutions – has developed a range of new cocktail flavours for the beverage and dairy industry. The line-up captures the spirit of the times: it ranges from Caipirinha, Cosmopolitan, Mojito, Sea Breeze, Passion Daiquiri, Lemon Margarita, Strawberry Margarita, Piña Colada, Tom Collins Peach & Pineapple, and Sex on the Beach to Southern Punch.

Thanks to the carefully matched spirit and fruit notes, each cocktail flavour stands out for its particularly authentic taste profile. Many years’ application experience enables the Darmstadt / Germany-based company to guarantee stable use in alcoholic ready-to-drink cocktails as well as in soft drinks, dairy drinks, and other beverage types.

NEWLY DESIGNED BOTTLE Danone Waters of America, Inc. announces the redesign of it ...

BBII 02-11 49 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES INNOVATIVE LABELLING ADHESIVES BY HENKEL With its Optal XP product series, the company has developed a new generation of synthetic adhesives

for glass bottle labelling that shall offer an excellent performance spectrum. The brewing industry has relied for many years on tried and trusted waterbased casein adhesives to label its glass bottles. Henkel has now achieved a technological breakthrough by introducing its new casein-free product series, Optal XP. For the first time, synthetic adhesives are proving a high performance. In extensive long-term tests, they satisfied high customer expectations. In addition to their excellent wet tack, the synthetic Optal XP adhesives also exhibit good adhesion to chilled glass surfaces. Further information: www.henkel.co.uk

NEW BEVERAGE CAN PLANT IN ALAGOINHAS, BRAZIL, PLANNED Ball Corporation announced that Latapack-Ball Embalagens Ltda., the company’s majority-owned beverage can joint venture in Brazil, ...

BBII 02-11 6-8 World news
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WORLD NEWS

Brewing Awards “back to stay” after successful return to Burton Brewers around the globe were celebrating success in the Brewing Industry International Awards – widely dubbed the brewing “Oscars” – after the list of 86 medal-winning beers was announced at the close of the threeday competition in Burton-upon-Trent.

Verify Markets. The areas of significant growth are Asia and Latin America, where the combination of health education, poor water quality, economic growth, and more heavily advertised products means filtered water is on the radar and being taken more seriously. While the fastest growth may come from this region as it plays catch-up, the US, Japan, and Western Europe are still technologically global leaders in the water treatment market. In terms of revenue, the largest markets in 2009 were Japan with $ 2.22 billion, the US with $ 1.85 billion, China with $ 1.13 billion, South Korea with $ 716million, and India with $ 588.1 mill ...
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