Craft Brewing Packaging: Maximize Uptime; Maintain Hygiene

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Craft Brewing Packaging: Maximize Uptime; Maintain Hygiene

Craft Brewing Packaging: Maximize Uptime; Maintain Hygiene

As a coding and marking systems provider who focuses heavily on the craft brewing industry, we know companies face many challenges when it comes to producing the highest quality product while maintaining hygienic standards throughout the brewing process.  What about uptime? Recently at Pack Expo, these challenges were addressed by Sealed Air, a company that claims to provide unrivaled solutions.

 
According to news reports, craft brewers can spend about a third more time brewing and 50% less time sanitizing and cleaning equipment thanks to the Divercraft platform, targeted specifically to smaller craft brewing operations that are transitioning to larger operations.  Sealed Air delivers a wide range of sanitizing and hygienic products designed for smaller breweries who often purchase cleaning supplies at local retailers such as Walmart or Lowes.  As smaller breweries grow into medium- or large-size breweries, managing hygiene, sustainability, and chemicals can become a bigger and more challenging concern.
 
Additionally, Sealed Air claims that by converting to the Divercraft line, brewers can decrease the amount of water used by as much as 20%.  With a team of craft brewing experts boasting more than 30 years of experience, employees at smaller breweries can be trained in the implementation of hygienic products.  Overall, it's a green cleaning solution for brewers who are concerned about sustainability, exceptional hygiene, and the opportunity to spend more time brewing and less time cleaning.
 
Markem-Imaje provides a wide array of industrial printing solutions including those for the craft brewing packaging and beverage industry.  Whether for beer, soft drinks, fruit juices or wine and other spirits, our coding and marking systems are unsurpassed in the industry.  Some of our partners include Heineken, Kingsland Wines and Spirits, Cesari, and Absolut Vodka.
 

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