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KHS Group

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KHS Group
Juchostraße 20
Dortmund
44143
Germany


OTHER COUNTRIES
Brazil, China, India, Mexico, United States

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  +49 231 569-0


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  +49 231 569-1541

ACTIVE MATERIALS

Aseptic; Flexible Plastics; Glass; Labels & Labeling; Machinery; Paper & Paperboard; Rigid Plastics


ACTIVE CATEGORIES

alcoholic beverages; dairy; hot drinks; soft drinks


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The KHS Group is one of the leading manufacturers of filling and packaging systems for the beverage and liquid food industries. The KHS Group includes the following companies: KHS GmbH, KHS Corpoplast GmbH and numerous subsidiaries outside Germany, located in Ahmedabad (India), Waukesha (USA), Zinacantepec (Mexico), São Paulo (Brazil) and Suzhou (China).

KHS manufactures modern filling and packaging systems for the high-capacity range at its headquarters in Dortmund, Germany, and at its factories in Bad Kreuznach, Kleve, Worms and Hamburg, where the group's PET expertise is pooled. The KHS Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of the SDAX-listed Salzgitter AG corporation. In 2019 the KHS Group and its 5,149 employees achieved a turnover of around €1.260 billion.

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With its tried-and-tested Innopack Kisters tray packers the KHS Group now enables cans of food and beverage to be wrapped in paper. The new technology can replace shrink film or wrap-around carton packaging for transportation or sale on packs of 12 or 24 cans in the high-capacity range of up to 90,000 cans per hour. Regarding stability the results are the same yet compared to cardboard or film costs are lower as less energy and fewer materials are used. With a few minor adjustments existing machines can be converted to the new setup, making a full new investment unnecessary.

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Aseptic beverage filling system able to process 10x10x10 chunks

03 Apr 2018 --- At Anuga Foodtec 2018, KHS filling and packaging worldwide, displayed their innovative addition to the aseptic beverage filling system. Stefan Muhs, Aseptic Filling Manager, spoke to WorldPackagingOnline about their new technology allows high viscosity products, with chunks up to 10x10x10 mml in size, to be packaged aseptically. The process also allows for longer shelf life and fresher products. This largely responds to consumer trends in Asia, where dairy drinks with food chunks are hugely popular.




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