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KHS Group

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KHS Group
Juchostrabe 20, 44143 Dortmund
Germany

OTHER COUNTRIES
Brazil, India, Mexico

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  49 231 569 1541


ACTIVE MATERIALS

Machinery; Recyclable




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KHS is one of the world's leading companies providing innovative solutions for filling and packaging in the beverage, food and non-food markets. With headquarters in Dortmund, Germany, and sites in Germany, the USA, India, Brazil and Mexico, KHS provides state-of-the-art, reliable and highly efficient turnkey lines, individual machines and conversions for filling and packaging in glass, PET, kegs, cans and pouches. Our international focus and customer-driven local presence allow us to satisfy individual demands of our customers worldwide.


KHS has five production sites in Germany which develop and manufacture the full range of filling and packaging systems for the beverage, food and non-food sectors. These are located in Dortmund, Bad Kreuznach, Hamburg, Kleve and Worms. Project leadership, planning and implementation of cost-effective turnkey solutions for filling and packing are core competences.


KHS employees in the US collaborate on engineered-to-order American made machine projects, focusing on process and filling technologies at Waukesha (Wisconsin), and pouching, cartoning and low speed case packing at Sarasota (Florida).


The strategic focus of our Ahmedabad (India) site takes in equipment and machines also for filling and packaging systems in the beverage, food and non-food sectors. São Paulo (Brazil) focuses on filling, inspection, process technologies and conveying operations, whereas KHS in Zinacantepec (Mexico) has a strategic focus on thermal container treatment and conveying.


We at KHS see people as our most important asset. Our efficient and innovative line solutions are designed by engineering experts with high reputations in the industry. Our well-trained employees in manufacturing are committed to quality. And our knowledgeable employees in support provide the 24/7 service we are famous for worldwide.



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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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