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bbi-2023-02-interpack 2023 highlights (AMF Bakery Systems excerpt)

As preparations are in full swing for interpack 2023, exhibitors share solutions they are focusing on, information about new technologies that bakers can see at the show, as well as their views on the trade show and the industry.

AMF Bakery Systems

Hall A69
AMF Bakery System introduces a new, sustainable machine: the AMF Tromp Powershot – a sauce applicator that can be used for pizza and flatbreads, to deposit sauces and oils. Its new design does not use compressed air and has low energy needs. It has a hygienic, EHEDGE-compatible design, with IP69 components, and optimizes raw material usage.
AMF cake production lines and systems are also among the highlights with solutions for snacks and premium products, single-packed cakes, cupcakes and muffins – from entry-level to high-volume production. Equipment includes turnkey solutions, depositors, conveying systems for trays, decoration units, impingement tunnel ovens and decoration modules (topping, injection).
AMF also focuses on sustainable baking ovens. “This topic is hot and current; solutions are needed more than ever. AMF Den Boer tunnel ovens can bake with electricity and hydrogen. Existing ovens can be retrofitted with the required burners,” AMF says. The company can provide electric and hybrid ovens.
The company is looking forward to interpack’s comeback, ahead of the other major trade shows this year, iba and Gulfood. “The world wants to meet, and people like to meet people. We switched quickly to all digital channels over the last few years, as that was needed anyhow. The customer journey is becoming more diverse, so we have to be where our customers are,” AMF concludes.


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The article is part of an extended feature, which was originally published in [BBI 2 – 2023]. Read the full article in the magazine: