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Atlantic C / Germany

Competence in beer filling With our team of experts we can look back on more than 20 years of successful project work in which we were able to supply breweries and wineries with tailor-made concepts and plants. Our service begins with an exact understanding of the specific requirements, combined with an assessment of future developments. What are the expectations of the end customers to which the production has to find answers? From this we develop individual solutions, from production to storage. At BrauBeviale we present our solutions for breweries. Especially in the low and medium capacity range, which is important for the rapidly growing market of craft beer, we have mature concepts and reliable technology from our own production. Our fillers provide - confirmed by independent experts - best filling results with low oxygen absorption, very good hygienic properties, good accessibility and longevity. From the empty-bottle-feeder / stretch blow-moulding machine to the palletizer - everything out of one reliable hand. Industry 4.0 - Shaping the future Another area of Atlantic C deals with corporate management in accordance with the latest standards and the objectives of information networking and control of the entire value chain from raw materials to the end consumer. The design, manufacture, software and database development and implementation of systems and complete automation for production, packaging, display automation, warehouse logistics and order picking are just as much a part of our services as the subsequent support of our customers.

  • 2. Machinery and Installations for Beverage Production
  • 2.2. Machinery and installations for water treatment
  • 2.3. Machinery and installations for beer production
  • 2.4. Machinery and installations for the production of nonalcoholic beverages and mineral water
  • 2.6. Machinery and installations for the production of wine, sparkling wine and spirits
  • 3. Machinery and Installations for Filling and Packaging Beverages
  • 3.1. Machinery for bottling
  • 4. Packaging, Closure Systems, Labelling and Packaging Ancillaries
  • 4.2. Closure systems
  • 4.3. Auxiliary packaging equipment
  • 4.4. Shipping packaging
  • 5. Automation and IT
  • 5.1. Process automation, control and control systems
  • 5.2. IT solutions
  • 8. Logistics
  • 8.3. Loading equipment, load security
  • 8.5. Material flow and storage systems
Pav. 4, C130
Barley, Malt, Hops, Beer and Beverage Union / Russian Federation

Barley, Malt, Hops, Beer and Beverages Union (Barley, Malt, and Beer Union) is a public organization that unites more than 500 companies – both Russian and foreign participants of the "malting barley - beer" production chain: breeders, seed growers, producers of malting barley, wheat, rye, hops, malt, beer and beverage, as well as traders and specialized research institutions. The Union organizes and co-organizes the following contests and events: - Best Russian Malting Barley Producer - ROSGLAVPIVO – Best Russian Beer - Beer Beauty of Russia - Russian Field Day and Grain Forum - Barley, Malt, Hops & Beer in Russia Conference - Peredelkifest and Altaifest festivals and others. The Union is represented with a booth at the major industry fairs: Golden Autumn, BrauBeviale, BevialeMoscow and DrinkTec. The Union also pays great attention to training of representatives of the member companies: educational seminars to Germany are regularly organized in order to study the activities of German producers of malting barley, malt, hops and independent German brewers, as well as to master modern technologies for malting barley cultivation and production of malt, beer and beverages. The Union has concluded cooperation agreements with a number of public and scientific institutions: German Malting Barley Producers Association, Private Brauereien Deutschland, European Union of Independent Brewers, Technical University of Munich, Technical University of Berlin, VLB Berlin and others. The Union has formed the well-known "three C" rule, according to which the entire alcohol industry, let alone the brewing industry, should operate: consumption culture, product quality criterion, state control. The Union activities regarding this rule are traditionally supported by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the relevant Committees of the State Duma and Federation Council, the Federal Service for Alcohol Market Regulation, as well as the Administrations of the regions producing malting barley, hops and malt.

  • 1. Raw Materials for beverage production
  • 1.1. Raw Materials for Beer production
  • 1.2. Raw materials for the production of non-alcoholic beverages and mineral water
  • 1.4. Raw materials for the production of wine, sparkling wine and spirits
  • 1.5. Drinks as Raw Materials
  • 10. Consulting / Institutes / Mass media
  • 10.1. Consulting
  • 10.2. Beverage production services
  • 10.3. Institutes, training institutions and media
Pav. 4, C410