At this year’s iba, packaging machine manufacturer Schubert will have its own stand for the first time, in Hall C2 – 420, where it will highlight flexible, efficient and environmentally friendly packaging solutions aimed at the bakery sector.
HEUFT is bringing one of its latest heat exchangers to Munich this October, as well as a deck and a trolley oven. Its thermal oil system will be used to bake live at the show. HEUFT is exhibiting along its sister company that specializes in refrigeration and cooling systems, ICECOOL.
AMF Bakery Systems (AMF) launched a new artisan sheeted bread line, by AMF Tromp. The line features major design upgrades that simplify maintenance, optimize process control and reduce energy and water consumption while delivering artisan-style results.
At iba, EUROGERM will present its Collection #10, ‘The Art of the Signature!’. The 2023-2024 collection provides a variety of solutions to meet the needs of today’s consumers, focusing on concerns about protecting the planet or maintaining good health.
This year, RONDO returns to iba with a focus on solutions for breads and croissants, complete with live demonstrations of its latest solutions and features. Ahead of the fair, Fabian Bossard, head of the Marketing & Communications Department, shared details about the show preparations and the company’s current focus.
KPM Analytics showcases solutions that meet growing trends such as automated product inspection, process control achieved with vision inspection, processing whole wheat/high-fiber products, at-line dough quality analysis, and ingredient quality control.
ABI will exhibit its KATANA multi-purpose robot scoring solution, which now also offers a waterjet scoring tool. The Toronto-based company will also present Eye-Q, its new AI-enabled complete quality control system, providing product quality analysis across different stages of production.
On a 360 sqm stand, Handtmann will stage demonstrations for a wide range of production methods for the processing of dough and many other fluid, viscous, firm, or chunky products. The systems used in the process will be exhibited in different versions.
Sveba Dahlen announced the launch of its Glimek Bread Line for industrial production, the Glimek BL600, built with hygienic materials, such as stainless steel and blue clean line mats. The line will be officially introduced with demonstration runs at iba, in Munch.
At iba, FRITSCH will showcase two bread lines in a new compact and hygienic design, the PROGRESSA and the IMPRESSA bread. An extensive range of machines will be displayed at the stand, solutions for all business sizes.