Investment made in Lundberg Tech’s personalized waste handling system

Paulig, an international food and beverage company based in Belgium, has recently made an investment in a new, fully customized central waste handling system from Lundberg Tech. This decision was made in order to increase production capacity, save materials, and reduce gas and energy consumption.

The Paulig bakery in Belgium operates 24/7, with a strong focus on waste handling to enhance production performance and minimize downtimes. In collaboration with Lundberg Tech, Paulig implemented two central vacuum waste handling systems in 2016 and 2017 to capture edge trim from multivac thermoforming packaging machines in two flow packaging tortilla factories.

The waste is efficiently directed into a dual bag collection unit equipped with sensors and automated switch over at full waste bags. Looking towards the future, Paulig has planned the construction of a more modern factory to be completed in 2022, with an extension scheduled for 2023. This expansion will involve further automation of the waste handling system.

Bruno Noppe, operations director at Paulig, highlighted the importance of designing the new Lundberg Tech Central System with a larger ventilator and separator system to accommodate future extensions. The professional guidance and cooperation from Lundberg Tech were instrumental in the successful implementation of the central waste handling system.

Noppe emphasized the benefits of the central waste handling system, stating that it has led to reduced stoppage time, savings in raw materials, gas, and energy consumption, as well as increased productivity. Rick Vandenbroucke, technical engineering manager at Paulig, underscored the necessity of the Lundberg Tech central trim extraction system for the high-output thermoforming multivac packaging lines in their production.

Overall, the partnership between Paulig and Lundberg Tech has resulted in a more efficient waste handling system that contributes to improved production processes and sustainability goals.

spot_img

More from this stream

Recomended

Creators are compensated for creating videos to train generative AI.

According to a recent Bloomberg report, Adobe is paying creators for videos to help develop its generative AI. It seems that Adobe is keen to keep...

Revolutionizing the World of Web Design with Ovatheme

In the ever-evolving digital landscape, having a visually stunning and user-friendly website is crucial for businesses to thrive. Ovatheme.com, a cutting-edge web design platform, aims to empower...

Private Dinner with Schiff, Roubini, Scaramucci at ZeroHedge Debate- Exclusive Event

Backstage, Private Dinner At ZeroHedge Debate With Schiff, Roubini, Scaramucci On May 3, ZeroHedge is partnering with Crypto Banter to bring together top macroeconomic minds to debate...

Voyager 1 probe is now making sense

After five months of gibberish, Voyager 1 is finally talking to NASA again. The 46-year-old probe randomly started submitting funky data to NASA back in November,...

Massive Giveaway for SHIB, PEPE, DOGE and Other Meme Coin Traders announced by Binance

Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, has unveiled an enticing opportunity for traders seeking to dive into the world of meme tokens. In a recent announcement, Binance revealed a...

‘The Ultimate Platform for Creative Inspiration’

In the digital age, finding inspiration for projects, hobbies, and even everyday life has become easier than ever before. And at the forefront of this inspiration revolution stands Pinterest.at, a...