Posts in the Beer, Wines & Spirits category

Pricing Pressures in Food and Beverage Manufacture

Pressure on Profit Levels for the Food and Beverage Industry According to the latest CBI Quarterly Trends Report of 2017, despite UK manufacturing reaching its highest levels in nearly 30 years, the food and beverage industry is still experiencing shrinking profit levels. The UK food and drink industry represents 15% of the UK’s total manufacturing

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How Pigging Can Help Drought-Stricken Wineries Conserve Water

Posted in on 15th December 2017

More and More Wineries Deploying Product Recovery Systems With the festive season just around the corner, now may be a good time to stock up on wine while you can. This is because major wine producing countries, including South Africa and Italy are in the grips of a drought and water shortages, which are threatening

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Increasing Wine Yields by Pigging

Posted in on 30th October 2017

Why Wine Manufactures and Processors Use Product Recovery With global wine production set to fall to its lowest in more than fifty years, recovering as much product as possible during the manufacturing process becomes ever more valuable. Product recovery (“pigging”) is an established technology that’s widely used by companies that produce, process or bottle wine.

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Can HPS ‘Pig’ your Product?

Products and Industries which use Pigging Technology Pigging technology has many benefits. It’s primary function is to recover or remove residual product that remains in the line after transfer from one location to another. The innovative and highly-effective technology is witnessing a surge in demand among businesses that process or pump liquids. This includes industries such

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Beer Industry: Environmental Concerns and Regulations

Time to Add Pigging to the Mix? Beer is one of the oldest, and most widely consumed alcoholic beverages in the world. It’s also the third most consumed beverage overall (after water and tea of course!). So, it’s not surprising that the global beer market is expected to generate approximately $750 billion in sales by 2022,

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