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Water and soda are competitive categories that rank amongst the highest beverage categories in growth and value. Soft drink companies rely on lightweight PET and aluminum containers, a practical volume solution, but the havoc on production lines may affect beverage line efficiency.

Increase production output without compromising savings from lightweighting.

Lightweight cans and PET beverage containers save raw material costs, but are more easily dented, damaged and prone to leakage during bottling. Leveraging smart in-line sensors to better test lightweight container design in production allows for better product consistency and faster to-market times for innovative designs.

Shorten your R&D cycle

Soft drink companies can recognize cost savings from production line efficiency.

The pressure is on soft drink and bottled water companies to produce more and spend less. Increasing line speed can lead to many issues, including torn labels, improper capping and sealing, denting and breakage in lightweight products. Solutions are available that will identify gaps and problem areas on the line to improve efficiency and limit downtime.

Boost your line efficiency

Combat a major issue in lightweight PET containers.

Downward pressure is a precise science in lightweighting projects. Too much or too little pressure can result in leakage and damage to the container and an unfortunate loss of product. Long periods of calibration and line testing can also decrease the savings recovered in raw materials. Easily pinpoint capping issues and maximize production by leveraging advanced technology.

Shorten calibration of capping & seaming