The aseptic filling technologies conference is designed to offer food manufacturers a sneak preview of tomorrow's aseptic filling technologies. The event will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, and will explain how developments in aseptic filling technology can help companies to develop new products.
The conference will include a look at existing and emerging filling technologies for food and beverage products and will explain the range of options available for filling plastics, metal cans and cartons. Subjects to be covered will include ambient filling, aseptic can filling, sterilising systems and PET developments.
"The inclusion of the aseptic filling technology seminar within Total is part of our aim of providing processing and packaging professionals with all they need to know under one roof," said Barbara Jackson, exhibition director of Reed Exhibitions. "The conference will be of interest to anyone involved in the specification, design and use of aseptic filling equipment in food and beverage manufacturing and packaging processes, such as plant & production managers, process engineers and design engineers."
The 'Total Packaging and Processing' event combines the leading UK exhibitions - Pakex, the PPMA Machinery Only show and REC's processing exhibitions Eurochem and Interphex - under one roof. The event is designed to address the requirements of processing, packaging and production industries, and features numerous other seminars and workshops.
Total has worked with many of the leading industry associations to ensure the show meets the needs of both its exhibitors and visitors, each of which will use the show to raise awareness of the technologies available and to promote the interests of their members. Names signed up include the Institute of Packaging (IOP), the Institute of Packaging Professionals, the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA) and the British Plastics Federation (BPF).
Well over 1,000 exhibitors will be in attendance, along with thousands of other industry professionals. FoodProductionDaily.com will be on hand to report the highlights of the show, which has been three years in the making.