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TandDCorporation, Saratoga Springs, NY, launched the NEW RTR-500 Data Logging System, which allows users to monitor and download data without having to physically retrieve the loggers. Functioning as a base station or as a repeater, this instrument allows for warning notifications via email from remote locations. New features of the system include improved transmission range of up to 500 ft.
American Tartaric Products is pleased to announce that they have recently added Bartlett Winery Products to their portfolio of suppliers. C.E. Bartlett Pty Ltd.
Marty Sychowski has been named president of All American Containers of The Pacific Coast, LLC, a new division of AAC serving the Northern and Central Coast of California, Oregon, Washington and Western States with wine bottles, boxes, labels, and closures.
The Napa, Calif., wine label supplier introduced Collotype Digital, with 7-color HP Indigo 45000, foil stamping, embossing, varnishing, laminating and die cutting for Indigo printed pressure sensitive labels.
Oak stave producer Groupe Charlois and Tonnellerie Saury (including Leroi, Ermitage and Berthomieu brands) joined forces to create an integrated production chain for environmentally sustainable cooperage. Learn more at groupecharlois.com.
O-I, the world’s largest manufacturer of glass containers, is launching its lightest-ever North American wine bottle, which is up to 27 percent lighter than similar wine bottles. Manufactured at the company’s California manufacturing facilities, the new bottles weigh just 11.6 ounces.
WS Packaging, Algoma, Wis., developed the ASD 100-Spin-Case dual-function label applicator, combining bottle and case labeling systems in a single portable package. This compact unit allows for changeovers and quick relocation, as well as semi-automatic and automatic labeling for both round containers and case labeling.
The Packaging Sector of Saint-Gobain has launched Verallia, a new international brand dedicated to the manufacturing activities of glass bottles and jars. Therefore, all around the world, the glass packaging businesses of Saint-Gobain are now unified under the unique Verallia brand.
Owens-Illinois, Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of glass packaging, today announced an aggressive plan to significantly reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions across its worldwide operations during the next decade.
Lechler, Inc. offers a complete line of products for cleaning tanks and vessels of all sizes. Included in that line are Mini-Whirling nozzles, designed to clean smaller vessels up to 3 feet in diameter, such as kegs, drums, barrels, totes, and carboys.
Wine is a premium product that has always demanded high end packaging. Historically this has meant glass bottles, cork closures, impressive labeling and cartons. Market demand for alternative packaging options that reduce carbon foot print, and landfill space continues to grow.
ACH Foam Technologies is the first EPS molder in the US to offer 60% recycled content EPS packaging, through its WineLoc wine shipping containers. ACH Foam’s WineLoc packaging uses EcoSix, a recycled molding bead by RAPAC.
P&L Specialties, an original equipment manufacturer that is very well known for its winery crush pad equipment, has acquired the Tom Beard Company, an original equipment manufacturer making winery barrel washing systems. The Tom Beard Company was founded in 1983 in Healdsburg California while P&L Specialties was founded in 1984 in Sebastopol California.
WineCare Logistics announced its Green Initiative while hosting all Napa county Chamber mixer on April 29. “Going Green is a serious responsibility not only to the environment but our future generations.” said Amit Nischal, Winecare Logistics Manager.
Western Pulp Products (WPP) recently released its Vintner’s Choice 1.5 liter Magnum Wine Shipper. Vintner’s Choice innovative wine shippers are developed with input from leading consumer-direct fulfillment and supply chain services for the wine industry. The new 1.5 liter biodegradable molded fiber shipper is the latest response to feedback from such leaders.
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