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tna wraps up Interpack 2017 with additional sales of over 7 million euros - its most successful Interpack ever!
Processing and Packaging equipment specialist tna announces that it received additional orders worth over 7 million euros in 7 days during the Interpack trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany – making it tna’s most successful show to date.
Interpack 2017 sees record level international attendance
Interpack 2017 scored a record attendance of 2,865 exhibiting companies. Furthermore, 74% of the approximately the 170,500 visitors travelled to Düsseldorf from abroad, which is another record
East Point Potatoes Expands Potato Packing Operations
East Point Potato 2009 Inc. is scaling up its operations in rural Prince Edward Island, Canada with the help of a CAD 500,000 federal loan.
tna new ultra-high speed case packer offers snack manufacturers unprecedented throughput
tna has launched the tna ropac® 5, a ground-breaking, ultra-high-speed case packer for flexible bags that is capable of industry-leading speeds of up to 300 bags per minute.
Packaging and Processing specialist tna to open dedicated innovations hall during Interpack
Processing and Packaging equipment specialist tna will open a dedicated innovations hall located at Station Airport in Düsseldorf during the Interpack fair to accommodate its ever-growing portfolio of turnkey food processing and packaging solutions.
Carel Pfaff newly appointed to lead tna's processing portfolio
Leading processing and packaging solutions provider tna has appointed Carel Pfaff as group product manager – processing, to head up tna’s processing portfolio
Bosch presents the connected factory, Industry 4.0 at Interpack
At interpack 2017, Bosch Packaging Technology will show that the connected factory is becoming reality in the process and packaging industry.
Potato Chip manufacturer Wise Foods faces Class Action Lawsuit for alleged excessive slack-fill
Bags of Wise potato chips contain vastly more empty space than they do actual product, according to a recently filed class action lawsuit in the United States.