NORTHLAKE, Ill., Aug. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Scholle Packaging will introduce their new Scholle SureFill® aseptic filler for bag-in-box at PackExpo 2013. The Scholle SureFill® combines advanced bag-in-box filling technologies in an operations-friendly machine. Processors will gain production flexibility in their operations with bag size and fitment versatility, superior throughput rates, quick changeovers, longer run periods between clean-up, and enhanced product and operator safety.
Paul Dean, Vice-President of Commercial North America Packaging, remarked, "The Scholle SureFill® provides a creative solution for unmet market needs. Empowering our customers with the ability to fill fresh, ESL, and high-acid products in one machine gives them a significant advantage over their competition. In short, they can do more."
The Scholle SureFill® utilizes peroxide vapor to sterilize the fitment during aseptic processing, providing brand and consumer security from production to consumption. According to Kent Kisselle, Director of Foodservice and Processed Fruit, the Scholle SureFill® "is an ideal solution for high-volume production lines and allows food, beverage, and non-food product manufacturers the ability to offer highly demanded 100% preservative-free, aseptic products to large-volume customers."
The Scholle SureFill® filler will be showcased at the Scholle Packaging booth #6747 at PackExpo 2013 in Las Vegas, September 23-25th.
Scholle Packaging also has a booth at Drinktec in Munich, Germany, September 16-20, 2013 in Hall A2, stand 138.
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Scholle Corporation is a privately-held company headquartered in Irvine, California that provides performance-based packaging solutions to multi-national companies who in turn serve millions of people on a daily basis. Scholle's focus on value-added packaging solutions and aseptic processing capabilities brings their customers the ability to provide products to a wide range of global markets as naturally, safely, economically, and sustainably as possible.
SOURCE Scholle Packaging