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Acrolon Technologies’ ongoing efforts to provide winemakers with the best tools possible has resulted in the development of Smart Phone applications that connect to the company’s TankNET® fermentation control software.
Sonoma Cast Stone, Petaluma, CA, has begun manufacturing the Egg-shaped EarthCrete™ concrete fermentation tank.
Nomacorc is set to unveil a new oxygen sensor device developed to measure oxygen in the bottle. This tool will allow winemakers to accurately measure oxygen content in the wine as well as in the headspace (which eventually will get into the wine).
JF Hillebrand, the leading logistics provider in the global wines and spirits industry, has been named the Logistics Company of the Year at the Drinks Business Awards 2010. The awards were announced at the London International Wine Fair.
EPS molder ACH Foam Technologies, Denver, CO, now offers 60% recycled content packaging through its WineLoc wine shipping containers. WineLoc offers superior insulating and protective qualities by using EcoSix, a recycled molding bead made by RAPAC, making it an effective and efficient wine packaging product.
Acrolon Technologies, Sonoma, CA, has developed a Smart Phone application that connects to their TankNET® fermentation control software.
Ben Franklin Press & Label Co. of Napa received two gold awards, including Best of Show, for outstanding achievement in wine labels at the 2010 Showcase of Print/Design Excellence, held at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center on May 6th.
Blackmer®, Grand Rapids, MI, launched their Smart Energy™ web site, detailing the energy-saving benefits of Blackmer® pumps. The web site describes the advantages for manufacturing operations incorporating Blackmer® pumping equipment and technologies in an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient manner.
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.
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