Shuttleworth: The 'Automation Vaccine' for Product Handling

Top 10 Food Processing and Packaging Tech Solution Companies - 2020

Like any other industry, the food processing and packaging sector is also undergoing unprecedented changes since the last couple of years. With digital advances driving most of these transformations, manufacturers are heavily incorporating premium technology to allure customers. To begin with, manufacturers are investing in technology-enabled solutions to produce smart labels on food packages. These patented smart labels include NFC chips or printed QR codes that can be easily scanned by using a mobile phone to gain information about the product–shelf life, the authenticity of the brand, date of manufacture, and more. Besides, smart packaging also tracks several parameters like pH, temperature, fermentation to ensure freshness, FSMA compliance with health standards information, among others. In fact, to make lives of busy consumers easier, brands are going the extra mile to provide convenient on-the-go packaging.

In addition, to increase the shelf life of these food products, manufacturers are using non-thermal technologies like high-pressure processing, pulsed-electric fields, and UV to eradicate chances of microbial growth and keep the nutrient profile high. Manufacturers have also addressed the increasing demand for sustainable solutions and are mostly resorting to paper-based packaging material that can either be recycled and reused easily or are compostable. To that end, manufacturers are also increasing the production of functional foods that promote a healthy lifestyle. Hence, they have come with plant-based substitutes that are nutritionally enriched, yet taste good. These food alternatives are outpacing environmentally taxing animal products, thereby negating unhealthy food options.

In order to assist companies in the food processing and packaging realm in shoring up their capabilities, we have compiled this issue of Food and Beverages Tech Review. In this edition, we have listed top 10 food processing and packaging tech solutions providers 2020 to highlight the companies that can help you escalate your chances of success. Equipped with innovative technological capabilities, these enlisted solution providers are transforming the food processing and packaging landscape at the cloverleaf of various disruptive technologies. Besides, the magazine comprises insights from subject-matter experts, CIOs, and CXOs in the food and beverages sector on the latest industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and highlights their expertise. We hope this issue of Food and Beverages Tech Review helps you build the partnership you and your organization need to foster an environment driven by robust and efficient technology.

We present to you Food and Beverages Tech Review’s “Top 10 Food Processing and Packaging Tech Solution Providers 2020.”

    Top Food Processing and Packaging Tech Solution Companies

  • A wide range of capabilities provide complete solutions (mechanical & process design/engineering, electrical engineering, instrumentation & automation, precision machining, waterjet cutting, fabrication, finishing, process piping, road crew installation & field services). Whether you need parts machined, tanks for your skids, a large-scale production line, or any other concept created...for all of this and more, consider KOSS. Manufacturer of custom stainless steel equipment for cheesemaking, dairy processing, food and beverage processing, and other sanitary needs

  • Shuttleworth is able to bring innovation for its clients because of its nearly six decades of experience in delivering robust and integrated automation solutions to various industries, including food and beverage, automotive, e-commerce, electronics and technology, medical and pharma, personal care, printing and binding, and solar industry. This vast cross-vertical expertise makes them particularly well-suited for delivering automated product handling solutions in the food and beverage industry. Notably, Shuttleworth’s Slip-Torque® roller technology is exemplary for gentle product handling and known for offering the highest level of safety in the industry

  • Solaris is a manufacturer of bioprocessing equipment specializing in bioreactors/fermentors, TFF systems, process tanks, CIP/SIP systems, ancillary equipment and much more. Products and capabilities are tailored for the demands associated with the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, food, beverage and dairy industries. Solaris’s expertise in many bioprocess disciplines gives unique capabilities associated with standalone systems as well as the ability to integrate process steps into complete turnkey plants

  • Weber


    Weber has constantly been setting new standards since 1981 with innovative power and know-how – with powerful and efficient solutions that are characterized by precise results, high product yields and minimal give-away. The company has its origins in the production of derinding and skinning machines, which are still an integral part of the product portfolio. Customers all over the world today have access to a broad range of machines as well as line and automation solutions – for craft or industry in every class

  • CJ Precision Machine

    CJ Precision Machine

    CJ Precision Machine is a leading manufacturer of critical parts from prototype to production. With more than 100 years of combined experience, CJ strives to meet and satisfy our customer’s needs from the simplest to the most complex parts. CJ serves a wide variety of markets including the semiconductor, solar, food processing, beverage, automobile, university, hospital and many more

  • FOCKE & CO

    FOCKE & CO

    The portfolio of FOCKE & CO is assigned to provide customized packaging solutions for different products for the hygiene & tissue as well for the food & consumer industry. For those, FOCKE & CO is specialized on tailor-made end-of-line packaging solutions, featuring for example gentle product handling for delicate products, such as snack food and bakery products. Additionally, FOCKE & CO serves the hygiene industry with high-speed packaging lines for packing products such as sanitary napkins, pads and diapers are packed into bags or cartons

  • Intralox


    Intralox first invented modular plastic conveyor belt technology to meet the specific challenges of seafood processors. The benefits of the technology were quickly thereafter realized by meat, poultry, and seafood processors across the globe. Today, Intralox continues to develop new and better ways for customers to increase throughput efficiency, improve sanitation, and reduce the costs of belt ownership

  • Schenck Process

    Schenck Process

    Schenck Process is the global technology and market leader in bulk material handling technologies, for Mineral Processing in Mining, Food Manufacturing, Metals Processing, Plastics and Chemical Handling, as well as production on Construction materials, such as Cement. Schenck Process solutions include pneumatic conveying and injection, mechanical conveying, weighing systems, vibrating screens and feeders, pulverizing mills, size classification sifters, milling machines, mixing machines as well as thermal processing equipment and dust filtration

  • SupplyOne Newtown Square, PA

    SupplyOne Newtown Square, PA

    SupplyOne has aggressively acquired established packaging companies. Each one is highly regarded in their local and regional markets, and distinguished by their quality products, packaging expertise, and responsive service. They all contribute to the broad capabilities and total packaging solutions demanded by both traditional and emerging businesses. And their capabilities embrace everything to do with packaging—from the outer package (including pressure-sensitive labels and marking systems) to interior protective packaging, packaging supplies, and equipment

  • Victory Packaging

    Victory Packaging

    With more than 40 years of success in the packaging services and distribution industry, Victory Packaging has mastered both the science and the art of delivering complete packaging solutions. The company success drives from our capacity and flexibility to implement innovative processes for any packaging need. In 2015, Victory Packaging was acquired by KapStone Paper and Packaging, a publicly traded pulp and paper company based in Northbrook, Illinois. In 2018, Victory Packaging was acquired by WestRock, a publicly traded paper and packaging company based in Atlanta, Georgia. Victory Packaging continues to be managed as the independent distribution division of KapStone

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