NORTHLAKE, Ill., Jan. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Scholle Packaging, the Pioneer of Bag-in-Box™, is pleased to introduce the Scholle SureFill® 30 LA. This filler will bring dairy, beverage and flavoring processors the ability to offer popular aseptic products to large-volume customers with product end-use flexibility, while cutting manufacturing costs.
Unlike other aseptic bag-in-box filling systems, the Scholle SureFill® 30 LA has a unique combination of technologies based on equipment currently utilized in the aseptic industry today and incorporates new Scholle designed features in one machine. This combination offers processors: bag size and fitment versatility; filling speeds up to 15 one-gallon bags per minute; decreased operations down-time with automatic changeovers; longer run periods between clean-up and enhanced product and operator safety.
The release of the Scholle SureFill® 30 LA marks the beginning of a significant shift in Scholle's equipment design process. Scholle used the "House of Quality" process, a formalized approach to significantly focus, define and rank the real needs of the market prior to beginning a development process.
According to Rick Pindur, Director of Global Equipment Engineering at Scholle Packaging, "Referencing the House of Quality as design parameters throughout the design work kept us on track to ensure the new filler design fully meets customer expectations."
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Scholle Packaging's founder, William Scholle, invented bag-in-box packaging in 1947. Today the company is the world leader in bag-in-box packaging for the food, beverage, and industrial markets. With manufacturing locations on five continents and products that are sold in more than 60 countries, Scholle Packaging delivers high-quality packaging products and excellent customer service around the world. www.scholle.com
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