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OxySense released a new portable oxygen analyzer. The company reports the device allows for easy and accurate oxygen analysis for testing wine bottles in storage or during bottling. The device weighs six pounds and features real-time graphical display, automatic data logging, SampleTracker bar code software and an integrated report writer with graph and log capability. Details: oxysense.com
Sensorex unveiled its SAM-1 probe that plugs into the headphone jack of a smart phone or tablet and connects to Sensorex analytical sensors to measure and record pH, temperature, ORP and conductivity. Time, date and GPS location are recorded with each reading and users can add further location details and additional comments. Readings can be shared via email or exported to a spreadsheet. The device is compatible with both Apple and Android OS devices. Details: sensorex.com
VinAsset unveiled its new system to connect suppliers with wineries, breweries and distillers. The company is a hybrid group purchasing organization for the alcohol beverage industry. By employing a cloud-based technology platform, VinAsset aims to further reduce costs and help members track and manage their supply chain and procurement operations. According to company information, members can also aggregate purchases to leverage pricing. Details: vinasset.com
Yale Materials Handling Corp., introduced its new MPB045-VG heavy-duty walkie-pallet truck. The new lift features Yale’s “Smart Lift” system that allows a user to begin transporting the pallet before the unit is at full lift. For better stability and maneuverability, the truck’s control handle is positioned through a mid-mounted, shortened design. Lift, lower and horn push buttons are located near the operator’s grip. Details: yale.com
ST. HELENA, CA, March 18, 2014 – CellarPass, the first online and mobile reservations system for Wine Country tasting and event opportunities, announces its inaugural CellarPass Destination Awards program, which honors CellarPass destination wineries and tasting room personnel for customer-service excellence. Nominations for each award category can be completed by anyone online.
Maverick Enterprises announced its newest awards for the year presented by the Gravure Association of the Americas (GAA) last week at the Gravure Management Excellence Awards. This year, Maverick was honored and awarded for Company Growth and Industry Advocacy. Maverick has produced secondary closures for the wine and distilled industry for over 21 years with its award winning rotogravure printing and vertically integrated production facilities in Ukiah, CA, printing, forming and shipping all orders. Visit www.maverickcaps.com for more information.
Nomacorc, one of the world’s leading producers of wine closures and pioneer in oxygen management technology, has advanced its oxygen management research program with the addition of three new partners. Ecole de Changins of Switzerland, the InstitutFrançais du Vin (IFV) in France, and the University of Naples’ Department of Food Science in Italy have joined Nomacorc’s extensive academic network, already including DLR Neustadt and Geisenheim Institute in Germany, Centro Ricerca e Innovazione (CRI) in Italy, the University of Zaragoza in Spain and Pontificia Universidad Católica in Chile.
London, UK, March 20, 2014 – Willis Group Holdings plc (NYSE: WSH), the global risk adviser, insurance and reinsurance broker, has signalled its commitment to Myanmar’s growing insurance industry by opening a representative office in the country.
At Chateau Ste. Michelle of Washington state, quality is the driving force in everything they do as they combine Old World winemaking traditions with the best New World innovations. When the opportunity came up for Chateau Ste. Michelle to participate in the field trials for Key Technology’s VitiSort™, the new optical sorter for removing MOG from red wine grapes, they jumped on it. They’ve now used VitiSort on a trial basis for two crushes at their Canoe Ridge Estate location, and have decided to purchase this affordable sorting system before the 2014 crush.
NAPA, Calif., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a recent market research study on wine closures conducted by Tragon Corporation, 93 percent of U.S. wine consumers associate natural cork with higher quality wines, while only 11 percent of U.S. wine consumers believe wines sealed with a screw cap to be of high quality. Similar results were found in both Germany and Australia. In Germany, 93 percent of wine drinkers and 85 percent in Australia associate natural cork with higher quality wines. Participants in both the U.S. and Germany went even a step further to indicate that natural cork is a positive influence on their purchase decisions whereas screw caps and synthetic closures can deter a purchase.
ClearWater Tech designed its new C1 mobile disinfection cart specifically for the wine and beer industries, making it easy to use for barrel, tank and surface disinfection. Ozone rate and concentration can be adjusted for the intended use. The C1 can also produce ozone gas. Details: cwtozone.com. 
The mobile farm-management app iCropTrak announced the release of its updated 4.1 system featuring improvements based on customer feedback. Some of the new features include work order status annotations and map sketch, among others. The new “action items” feature enables users to specify on a map the location of rocks causing a field obstruction. Details: icroptrak.com.
ITW Muller introduced its new GW-4100 40-inch robotic pallet wrapper. The new machine offers twice the speed, throughput and battery life of the standard GW-400. The larger unit offers speeds of up to 60 loads per hour and comes standard with a telescoping mast to accommodate loads up to 110-inches high. Users can select from 20 wrap patterns for the bottom and top of the load. Details: itwmuller.com.


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