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Serac: Blowing-filling-capping line for dairy products

Specifically designed for dairy bottle production below 12,000 bottles/hr., Serac’s Combox H2F is a low-speed solution that combines in-house PET bottle blow-molding capabilities on site with net weight filling.
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Sidel: Modular PET bottling equipment

Providing performance, flexibility, cost savings, and sustainability, Sidel’s Matrix modular PET bottling equipment system is an upgradeable system that includes blowers, fillers, Combi, and labelers and also ensures product safety and quality with a very high standard of hygiene.
Dignitaries galore were on had for the Open House at Niagara Bottling's Ohio plant.
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Niagara Bottling shows off new PET lines

Niagara Bottling, said to be the leading supplier of private-label bottled water in the US, welcomed guests to a ribbon-cutting ceremony and Open House on July 9 to celebrate the Grand Opening of its newest plant in Gahanna, OH.
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Plastic Technologies Inc: Bottle technology offers UV barrier for dairy applications

Plastic Technologies’ oPTI™ lightweight foamed PET container blow molding process is available for dairy applications via both stock and custom options.  
Blow/Fill/Seal machine for aseptic liquid processing
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Blow/Fill/Seal machine for aseptic liquid processing

Weiler Engineering, Inc. manufactures ASEP-TECH Model 628, Advanced Aseptic Liquid Processing Blow/Fill/Seal machines under the ASEP-TECH Brand.
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