DISPATCHES FROM PACK EXPO 2012, CHICAGO

GEA claims cold-filling first with aseptic system

By Ben Bouckley

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GEA Procomac tells BeverageDaily.com why its new aseptic dual filling system to bottle still beverages with pulps, fibers, fruits or cereals benefits product taste and allows clients to use less PET than with hot filling machines.

Marco Meggiolaro, senior engineer, blow molding machinery unit at GEA Process Engineering tells Ben Bouckley (in this exclusive podcast recorded at Pack Expo 2012 in Chicago) about the system, launched at Anuga FoodTec 2012.

"The market needed this kind of application, perhaps the Chinese market more than any other,"​ he said.

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