Thiele Technologies, based out of Minnesota, can provide automatic cartoners, case packers, case erectors, loaders and wrappers that are perfect for packaging brewery products and beer in a variety of case sizes and types.
One of the first steps of installing a canning line is finding the right fit for your brewery when it comes to getting beer into the cans and getting them to look good after they’re filled. At last year’s Craft Brewers Conference, Ohio-based Pneumatic Scale Angelus showcased their CB50 Can Seamer, based off their well-established high speed seamer design for larger scale operations. However, the CB50 is specifically designed for the craft brewing industry with a smaller footprint on the brewery floor and a more economical price point.
Which would you rather drink a beer in, a can or a bottle? It’s a question beer lovers – and therefore – brewers are asking themselves as more and more of the record-high 5,000 breweries in the U.S. enter the world of distribution. According to a recent report by the Brewers Association, while bottling is still the preferred method of packaging for beer distribution, canning has more than doubled since 2013. Why cans? Why so much growth now for this type of packaging?
When you work with a BW Packaging Solutions company, you can bet they’ll go to the ends of the earth to solve your packaging challenges. Literally. That’s exactly what BW Container Systems did to provide Trident Sea Foods, located in Alaska’s remote Aleutian Islands, with three robotic rotary palletizing systems.
Every day the packaging world faces a new challenge. Whether it’s a new product, new market or new innovation, brand owners must rise to the challenge of adapting to the needs of their consumers. Needless to say, they need a good equipment partner to bring those products to life.
In a culture of continuous improvement, you always strive to do things better. Even the things you already do well. And when you're a business that measures success by the way you touch the lives of people, you want every interaction to be meaningful and fulfilling.
It’s been said that history repeats itself. For now, that doesn’t seem to be the case in the U.S. brewing industry. The number of breweries keeps growing and markets continue to expand, as opposed to the industry post-prohibition and into the 1990's.
What's in a name? In business, it can represent ownership, a product, a service, even a market. It can tell you what you’re buying and from whom you’re buying it.