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BBII 04-11 10-14 Successful dual track model
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SUCCESSFUL DUAL-TRACK MODEL Oettinger introduces a new business unit called “Licensing and Consulting Services” In the tight German beer market, it is getting harder and harder to gain market share or to expand in general. In 2010 almost every German brewery reported volume losses – even Oettinger, the largest group in terms of output volume. If a company seeks to secure its long-term strategic success, this new situation requires new ways of thinking. Export is obviously one of the best possible strategies and Oettinger recognised this potential already in 2008, when entering into a licensing and consulting agreement with the Moscow Brewing Company. Recently, Oettinger started using the same business model with Krinitsa, a Belarusian brewery in Minsk. Oettinger’s top managers Dirk Kollmar and Dr Karl Liebl explained the company’s new approach to the export market in a conversation with BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL. (hof) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNA ...

BBII 04-11 15 Sino-Pack and China drinktec 2011
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SINO-PACK AND CHINA DRINKTEC 2011 21,760 visitors to boost prosperous packaging industry The 18th China International Exhibition on Packaging Machinery & Materials (Sino-Pack 2011) and the 15th China International Exhibition on Brewery, Beverage and Liquid Packaging (China Drinktec 2011) achieved a thrilling closing on March 11, 2011 at China Import & Export Fair Pazhou Complex (Area A), Guangzhou, PR China. This 3-day event successfully attracted trade visitors from 80 countries and regions, reached a remarkable visitor attendance of 21,760. (sy) s one of the leading packaging and beverage technology exhibitions in China, Sino-Pack/ China Drinktec 2011 has propelled the technological advancement and trade development to the entire country and beyond.

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Prosperous results for exhibitors and buyers Manager of Nanjing Lehui Light Industry Equipment Co. Ltd, Mr Shek thought that there were quite a lot of visitors in the exhibition, with more professional buyers t ...

BBII 04-11 16-25 Wind sunshine and a cloud of ash
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WIND, SUNSHINE, AND A CLOUD OF ASH The 33 rd EBC Congress in Glasgow Nowhere in the world does the weather seem as changeable as in Scotland. Within the span of just a few minutes, the country may be doused by a heavy rain storm, then swept dry by a hefty breeze, and even bathed in sunshine ... and in a worst-possible scenario; it may even be enveloped in a cloud of ash from an Icelandic volcano! Thus was the crazy weather pattern that some 650 participants at the 2011 EBC Congress encountered in Glasgow at the end of May. Among the witnesses of this bizarre Scottish weather was a delegation of students invited to the Congress by Verlag W. Sachon and brew systems manufacturer Ziemann as part of the initiative “Ziemann for young talents.“ he EBC (European Brewery Convention) was founded in 1947 by a group of European breweries associations. The goal then was to promote technicalscientific exchanges between research institutes and the brewing industry. The original headquarters wer ...

BBII 04-11 26-27 One for all
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ONE FOR ALL Mixed-beverage production Making mixed beverages is a competitive business, and being successful requires top-quality production processes. The classic mixing processes involve the initial mixing, then de-aerating, and eventually carbonating the finished beverage. For decades, this sequence has remained unchanged; but now there is a new technique available that combines all of these processes in just a single step. At the same time, the new system also functions as a CIP unit.

lfa Laval has now introduced a patented rotary jet mixer for mixed beverages, called ISAMIX, which is a single unit capable of de-aerating, mixing, carbonating, and cleaning. The technology is an adaptation of spray jet cleaning technology – except that the jet head resides immersed in the liquid. The churning liquid flow causes the mixing head to move along both its horizontal and vertical axis. This leads to a three-dimensional flow pattern, regardless of container geometry, which al ...

BBII 04-11 28-31 Everything s up for grabs
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EVERYTHING’S UP FOR GRABS Reality and reluctant reforms: Cuba between a rock and a hard place Cuba, the long-time stronghold of sugar and socialism, is suddenly in motion. There is a crisis afoot, as the government announces mass layoffs as well as reforms. Chances are, there is no way back for Cuba, only a way forward, but where the road will lead is anybody’s guess. he Cuban media broadcasts a constant barrage of euphoria. The stream of propaganda is interrupted only occasionally by critical voices and reports, when local radio stations in Havana and in other towns focus on the adversities of everyday life, revealing shortages in supplies of all sorts and a public transport system that is in a sorry state.

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For the first time, however, since the revolution of 1959 – which brought Fidel Castro to power – there is something completely

new going on in Cuba. There are now mass layoffs in the public sector and fear is spreading among the popu ...

BBII 04-11 32-33 Cuban agriculture
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CUBAN AGRICULTURE A diamond in the rough with lots of potential Osvaldo Franchi-Alfaro Roque proudly calls himself “Productor Independiente” on his business card. In Cuba, however, “independent producers” don’t have it easy these days. The entire Cuban agricultural sector is suffering from a multitude of problems – from a lack of machinery, seeds, fertiliser, and just about anything else that would be needed for an effective agricultural operation. This applies to the state-run agricultural sector in spades, but it applies even more so to the private sector. However, Osvaldo Franchi proves that you can achieve respectable results even under difficult conditions, provided you are persistent and inventive, and love your occupation. (Bu) he first thing you notice when you visit the Finta (farm) “La Joya Ecologica,” roughly one hour by car east of Havana, is a 1.5-litre PET bottle painted with the Cuban national flag. It seems to serve a surprising function, as Osvaldo is ...

BBII 04-11 34-35 Impressions from the 28th Feria Internacional de La Habana
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For many years now, the State of Hesse has had its own booth at the FIHAV. Jürgen Nicklaus (right) is the President of the Stefan Messer GmbH in Havana. He has excellent connections to Cuban government departments, as well as European companies seeking to gain a foothold in the Cuban market. In our picture is Fidel Castro’s oldest son, Dr Fidel Castro-Diaz-Balart (center) at the Hessian booth in conversation with Wolfgang Burkart and Jürgen Nicklaus.

Impressions from the 28 th Feria Internacional de La Habana (Havana International Trade Show – FIHAV)

In the background is the plan of the exhibition halls of the FIHAV. The trade show is enormous. It is the largest show in the Caribbean. Shown here from left: Dieter Nolte, a beverage wholesaler from Hannover; Wolfgang Burkart of Verlag Sachon; Lourdes Morell Santos of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce; Rüdiger Ruoss; and Fritz Briem, owner of Lupex, a hop trading company in Au in the German Hallertau region. < ...

BBII 04-11 36-37 Black humour for a dark brew
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BLACK HUMOUR FOR A DARK BREW TV spots for the U.S. market produced by Heineken for Newcastle Brown Ale The British are known for their black humour. Perfect examples are, for instance, the 1949 movie classic Kind Hearts and Coronets or the 1955 classic Ladykillers, both with Alec Guinness. In 2008, Heineken and Carlsberg joined forces to take over the Scottish & Newcastle Brewery, maker of Newcastle Brown Ale, which is Britain’s best selling ale, with an annual production of more than 40 million bottles. A substantial amount of that output is exported, mostly to the United States, where that brand reached a sales volume of more than 640,000 hectolitres in 2010. For this American market, Heineken has now produced three 30-second TV spots with a serious dose of black humour. he three spots are played by excellent character actors and take place in a traditional, dark, cozy, and somewhat run-down British pub called “The Humble Dog.” The uninitiated may not be aware that the pub’ ...

BBII 04-11 38-41 A treasure trove of valuable data
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A TREASURE TROVE OF VALUABLE DATA Mining archives of production data for the detection of cost reduction potentials A statistical analysis of archived operational data of production processes is often an effective method of identifying the location of cost drivers in the complex process landscape of the average beverage industry operation. Findings from such an analysis can be used to target measures aimed at optimising both processes and the organisations that run them. This opens up the potential for highly cost-effective projects that can be focused on influencing real, not phantom, cost drivers.

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– Increasing imperatives for resource conservation.

Pinpointing cost drivers

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It relies on technically complex processes with highly industryspecific problems.

A necessary condition for reducing costs associated with production processes is the correct identification of the lo ...

BBII 04-11 3 Nyc concom finder versus sachon archive
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Verlagssitz Schloss Mindelburg

“NYC CONDOM FINDER” VERSUS “SACHON ARCHIVE” It is well-known that the team at BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL is highly customer service-oriented and enjoys experimenting with the latest possibilities offered by the new “social media.” We like to be competitive at the cutting edge of the latest technologies. However, we freely threw in the towel when we learned of a recent web service offered to its citizens by the City of New York, which introduced a “NYC Condom Finder” … just in time for “National Condom Awareness Day!” Yes, this holiday is for real ! This finder is nothing but an app for Apple iOS and Android. It uses the Smartphone GPS function to find the nearest of roughly 1,000 locations in the City, where one can obtain free condoms. Posters, flyers and an official Facebook page (!) support the City’s campaign, which has the stated goal of mak ...

BBII 04-11 42-44 Modern and up-to-date consultancy
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MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE CONSULTANCY Are companies resistant to advice The article will help to better understand modern and contemporary consultancy. It provides a critical and open view of the problems related to the activities of the consultant. For the future, it should create a better understanding for a good and trustful cooperation between consultants, manufacturers, and breweries. No company wants to spend or lose money due to its inability to solve problems. There is support of specialised consultants for that.

1. Purpose of the consultancy Consultancy must take place when additional information from established knowledge is needed for special advices and projects. Often the knowledge of the companies or persons requiring consultancy is not sufficiently consolidated. Consultancy also makes sense to help them make risk-free decisions. A working world without consultancy is really unimaginable. Any responsible company will more or less ask for advice in-house or exter ...

BBII 04-11 45 Naturalness lightness and reduced sugar
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NATURALNESS, LIGHTNESS, AND REDUCED SUGAR Innovative sweetening concepts for carbonated soft drinks Innovative sweetening concepts are the driving force behind new product launches or relaunches, especially in the carbonated soft drinks (CSD) segment. Sugar-free and low-sugar product variations are enjoying increasing popularity. Döhler’s MultiSweet Plus® product group offers a range of innovative sweetening systems. CSDs are among the “top three” beverage categories in most regions, making them responsible for a significant proportion of beverage-based sugar consumption. Consumers want low/reduced calorie beverages, but without the flavour suffering. That’s why many beverage manufacturers, led by global brands, have set themselves the goal of removing 20 to 30 per cent of the sugar from their product range.

suffering or having to use sweeteners. This technology thus allows the carbohydrate content of sugar-sweetened lemonades to be reduced by around 15 per cent ...

BBII 04-11 46-47 Doemens News
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Beer sommelier “worldwide” This year’s 2nd Beer Sommelier World Championship provided clear evidence of the growing internationalisation of the guild of beer sommeliers. Not only did competitors come from six countries (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Italy, and Brazil) and engaged in conversations in German, Italian, and Portuguese, the official language of the competition was changed to English for the first time this year. The reasons for the change are several. The courses in German are growing in popularity, with eight courses this year attracting a total of some 130 participants from such countries as Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, the United States, Poland, Italy, Slovenia, France, Brazil, and Japan. These new beer sommeliers will take their knowledge back to their home countries and put it to good use there. In 2009, we introduced beer sommelier courses in Italian for the first time, with half of each course held in MunichGräfelfing, Germa ...

BBII 04-11 48 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES BÜRKERT ROUNDS OUT ITS PRODUCT LINE The 8681 control head was specially developed for decentral automation of hygienic seat valves, butterfly valves and ball valves. It supplements the Bürkert element series of control heads, digital positioners and process controllers for diaphragm, angle seat and globe valves and rounds out the automation portfolio for the food/ beverage and pharmaceutical industries.

The new control head is universally adaptable and can be combined with all commercially available valve types, such as butterfly valves, ball valves, and single and double seat valves. Further information: www.buerkert.com

RENEWABLE CAPS Nestlé Brazil, in a partnership with Tetra Pak and Braskem, is launching two of its popular milk brands in a package with a polyethylene (PE) cap using a renewable resource. Starting in August, UHT milk for Ninho, Ninho Levinho, Ninho Low Lactose, and Molico brands will be packed in Tetra Brikr Aseptic pack ...

BBII 04-11 49 International events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS BREWING AWARDS WINNERS ON SHOW AT GREAT BRITISH BEER FESTIVAL Twenty winners from this year’s Brewing Industry International Awards headed to Earls Court for the Great British Beer Festival, and were proud to take the opportunity to promote their international success to the estimated 65,000 drinkers visiting the show. Thornbridge Brewery was one of just nine brewers globally to take the ultimate accolade of Cham-

pion Beer at the Brewing Awards, announced in April this year. At their bar at the GBBF, the Thornbridge team displayed the trophy awarded to them for Jaipur IPA, which won the Champion Keg Ale Award. The Brewing Awards 2011 marked a successful return for the competition in its 125 th year, with 800 beers entered from brewers

in 43 countries. The Awards will run again in 2013 and judging takes place in Burton-upon-Trent from 13th to 15th February. Registration for the 2013 competition will be opened on 1st August, 2012. For mor ...

BBII 04-11 6-8 World news
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WORLD NEWS GERMANY

Beverage machinery production growing again German beverage machinery production maintained its leading role in the world market during the financial and economic crisis and has grown appreciably again in 2010 and in the course of this year so far. At Brau Beviale – from 9 to 11 November 2011 in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg – this innovative sector forms the core of the technology product segment with about one-third of the total of 1,300 exhibitors. Together with the product segments of beverage raw materials, logistics, and marketing, the world’s most important capital goods exhibition for the beverage industry this year expects 32,000 trade visitors.

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Superfruits are demanded Innova Market Insights (www.innovadatabase.com) recorded a 10 per cent rise in the number of product launches marketed on a superfruit platform in the year to the end of May 2011 over the previous 12-month period. The soft drinks category sa ...

BBII 04-11 9 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

World beer output grows marginally in 2010 Following a slight decrease in output in 2009, world beer production increased again in 2010. Production totalled 1.85 billion hectolitres, representing an increase of 29 million hectolitres or 1.6 per cent on the previous year. Looking back over the last decade, beer output has grown by an average of 45 million hectolitres, or 3 per cent, every year. The increase in output in 2010 can be attributed to different developments throughout the world according to the new Barth-Report Hops. n Europe, output is down for the third year in a row, this time by twelve million hectolitres, taking it to 542 million hectolitres. There has been a sharp decline in production in Russia, Germany (-2.4 million hectolitres), Romania, the Czech Republic, and the Netherlands. In contrast, output in Poland increased by 1.7 million hectolitres.

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