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Criveller Group introduced a new automatic sorting table with two vibrating sections at different levels to sort out shot berries, seeds, stems, debris and jacks. In the first sorting area, shot berries fall through slotted screens into collection drawers that can be cleaned while the table is in operation.
ACH Foam Technologies, maker of WineLoc summer wine shippers, announced it had reconfigured the design of the shippers to offer “added packaging options and increased protection of bottles during transit.” According to a press release, the shippers are available in 2, 6, and 12 packs and reportedly can keep bottles at a constant, stable temperature for 72 hours.
Orlando, Fla., based AGERpoint, Inc., unveiled its system for data acquisition and analysis to help growers better manage their vines.
The GW-4100 robotic pallet wrapper by ITW Muller can wrap at speeds of 37 pallets per hour and comes equipped with a telescoping mast that can handle loads up to 6’11” high. A built-in film trimmer cuts wrapping material after each job. The unit is programmed with 99 wrap cycles but can also run custom patterns.
The new M7 and M7+7 Rocket filters available through Mio Vigneto Products in San Ramon, Calif., are based on a patented filtering system that employs rotating membranes. Dwight J.
ACH Foam Technologies, maker of WineLoc thermal summer wine shippers, has reconfigured their design to offer added packaging options and increased protection of bottles during transit. ACH developed the WineLoc® package system to provide wineries and distributors a constant stable temperature for approximately 72 hours—allowing wines to be shipped in the hot summer months.
For the fifth consecutive year, Labeltronix is a gold award winner for Excellence in Flexography from The Flexographic Technical Association (FTA).
Scott Laboratories recently completed a six-week renovation of the main warehouse facilities at its headquarters in Petaluma, California. The construction was prompted by a burgeoning product line and desire to provide customers with increased product inventory levels and availability.
TricorBraun Design and Engineering has changed its name to TricorBraun Design and Innovation. “Throughout the organization, innovation is a priority. Whether its administration, operations, sales or design, we are constantly looking for newer, better, more efficient and creative ways to do things.
VinoVisit.com announced that it has secured financing from private investors. According to VinoVisit CEO Dan Lintz, “The investment will help us expand nationally and globally with services to visitors and wineries that are user friendly and add value.
MaverickLabel.Com announced the launch of their completely redesigned next generation website, the result of years of research and development, which is aimed at enhancing customer experience and ensuring continued company growth.
Western Square Industries of Stockton, California announced on May 14, 2013 that it has just  completed converting its largest powder coating system.
CCK Outfitters now offers customized tags for vineyard rows. The tags can be marked with row numbers, grape variety names or other information. The tags are available blank, with up to four lines of information or with a variety of custom touches like company logos.
Cellar-Tek, based in Kelowna, B.C., announced it is now offering the new Diemme Enologia MicroFlex filter for wineries in North America. The membrane cartridge filter system comes with new software to filter wines in “a very gentle, low pressure, oxygen-free, closed system,” according to Cellar-Tek.