• Krones is exhibiting a range of sustainable packaging and processing solutions.
    Krones is exhibiting a range of sustainable packaging and processing solutions.

At APPEX, Krones will be showcasing its entire knowledge of processing and packaging solutions, focusing on sustainability and digitalisation for food and beverage industries.

All the exhibits contribute to Krones' target picture, which focuses on three challenges facing humanity: climate change, feeding the world's population and the responsible use of packaging materials.

The exhibits include:

· Krones’ plastic-free packaging LitePac Top, an eco-friendly and sustainable solutions alternative to shrink film packs.

· Insights into sustainable food for the future. Our alternative-food experts will be on-site to bring you up to speed on the increasingly varied world of meat, milk substitutes and alternative proteins.

· Our latest solutions of multi-functional clamping starwheel which can effortlessly handle all common glass bottle formats to ensure time savings during changeovers.

· Material properties, processability, food suitability: find out everything you need to know about the use of Krones plastics recycling with MetaPure recycling systems.

The company will also be accompanied by Evoguard, presenting its high-quality pumps and valves that are suitable for use with beverages, plant-based beverages, and alternative food processing.

Visit Krones on Stand D070. APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

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