More from Uniloy
Materials & containers
Light-weight dairy jugs significantly cut HDPE usage
United Dairy replaces standard gallon milk jugs and saves 1.7 million pounds of plastic in less than two years.
Jan 9th, 2015
Companies:Siko Products, Inc. announced that all Siko product lines would meet the European Union directive RoHS 2002/95/EG as of July 1.
Oct 20th, 2006
Coding, printing & labeling
Companies:Pro Mach, Inc. has acquired Allpax Products, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of sterilization, material handling and automated controls systems for food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. The acquisition will add retort and sterilization capabilities to Pro Mach's diverse portfolio of packaging equipment solutions.
Oct 20th, 2006
Controls & automation
Uniloy Milacron, Inc: Esl Milk Bottles
Uniloy Milacron is offering customers and dairy producers with a preference for HDPE milk bottles in countries with limited refrigeration infrastructure its UMR2000-3L, a reciprocating blow molding machine capable of producing 3-layer ESL bottles.
Jul 31st, 2006
Aseptic and ESL packaging keeps evolving (sidebar)
Arla’s ‘clean blow’ technique
Sep 30th, 2005
Bosch Rexroth Corp. (Hoffman Estates, IL) has formed a new service automation div., and named Gary Blankemeyer as vp and gen. manager. The new div.
Jan 31st, 2003
Special equipment for a special concept
Custom blow molding, electronic net-weigh filling in a HEPA-filtered enclosure, robotic palletizing—it all helps Superior Dairy succeed with caseless shipping. See in-plant video
May 31st, 2002
Suiza dairy touts 'squishy' bottle
A soft LDPE bottle and ‘sipper protrusion’ make it easy for kids to hold and drink single-serve milks. Suiza’s Country Fresh dairy introduces two distinct brands of milk in the containers.
Oct 31st, 2000
Smuckers Magic Shake
Smucker’s® Magic Shake™ instant milkshake mix has a new trick up its sleeve. Using a custom flip-top PP closure and fluted PP bottle with mix packets inside, the package provides easy mixing and drinking of the beverage.
Sep 30th, 2000