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Bosch to exhibit hygienic cup filling and sealing technology at Anuga FoodTec 2018

PKBR Staff Writer Published 01 February 2018

Bosch Packaging Technology is set to exhibit its hygienic cup filling and sealing technology at the Anuga FoodTec event in Germany.

The event will take place between 20 and 23 March in Cologne.

At the event, the company will exhibit its advanced FCL filling and sealing machine for food producers.

The filling and sealing machine has been developed for dairy products, baby food, clinical nutrition and café latte drinks using pre-made cups.

FCL cup filling and sealing machine is said to provide three benefits, including operator and product safety, enhanced efficiency, and format and application flexibility.

With speeds of up to 20,000 cups per hour, the machine is available in single index and double-index or format flexible versions.

The company will also present aseptic thermoforming solutions, which can be used for dairy and food products such as coffee creamers and desserts.

The company provides filling and sealing of pre-made containers in both clean and ultra-clean versions.

Bosch’s new Osgood RFS-Series rotary machine can fill, seal and caps pre-made cups for a range of dairy and food products.

Bosch Packaging Technology’s Ampack sales managing director Markus Schlumberger said: “Bosch has been working on hygienic filling technology for half a century, so we understand the challenges and opportunities.

“Our new Ampack FCL inline cup filling machine pays testament to this expertise. Our objective for Anuga FoodTec 2018 is to share our experience with the industry as we work together to ensure that the food reaches the end consumers safely.”


Image: Bosch’s FCL cup filling and sealing machine has been designed for FCL cup filling and sealing machine. Photo: courtesy of Robert Bosch GmbH.