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Jorgensen Engineering is a distinctive expert within packaging handling solutions, and the Group is partnering with international companies which produce foods for humans and pets, pharmaceuticals and infant formulas. Especially the latest of these four segments is currently booming, and the large players within baby foods now demand even tougher standards on e.g. traceability when they order sophisticated packaging handling systems at the Danish Jorgensen Engineering.

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Jorgensen Engineering is one of the global leaders within projecting, constructing and building of complete packaging handling solutions for foods and pharmaceuticals.
One of the business areas is packaging systems for infant formula products, and in co-operation with a major player within milk powders, Jorgensen has just recently constructed an advanced robotic system for placing portioning scoops in canned infant formulas.

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Ny leaktester sporer utætte dåser, før de lander på hylderne i supermarkedet. Dermed forlænges holdbarheden.

Helium i kombination med vakuum er hemmeligheden bag et helt nyt leaksystem til sporing af mikrohuller i dåser, som Jorgensen Engineering har opfundet til en kunde, der er storaktør på det internationale fødevaremarked.

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Full automation, increased accuracy and integration into production lines are advantages claimed for a system to detect micro leaks in cans of milk powder by manufacturer Jorgensen Engineering a/s.

The Danish company said its innovative equipment represents a step change because it is able to detect so-called 'slow leaks' in both full and empty cans at a nano level to help optimise shelf life and ensure product quality.

Read the full article at FoodProductiondaily.com

Jorgensen Engineering a/s har udviklet et innovativt robotsystem til pick-and-place opgaver. På Interpack blev der vist en kombineret robot- og scannerløsning, som er produceret til flere større fødevarekunder.

Fødevaregiganter som bl.a. Abbott, Arla Foods og Numeco har i flere år efterspugt mere hygiejniske, fleksible og ikke mindst effektive løsninger, når det gælder håndtering af doseringsskeer i fødevareindustrien. Til dette behov har Jorgensen derfor udviklet et nyt robotkoncept, der udfordrer markedets mere traditionelle, mekaniske løsninger.

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Abbott Laboratories, a major infant formula manufacturer in Ireland, has expanded its production potential through the integration of new robotic technology. The concept enables the manufacturer to pick and place items such as scoops, cans, cups, cartons and stand-up pouches at higher speeds and with greater accuracy.

Abbott Laboratories is in the middle of a major expansion of its baby food division, and needed to increase production capacity while at the same time improve safety and hygiene. Danish engineering firm Jorgensen was chosen for this project to deliver a complete can packaging line - from the depalletising of empty cans to the palletising of the finished product (milk powder and scoops).

Read the full article at FoodProductiondaily.com

Den danske mejerikoncern Arla Foods har installeret en ny produktionslinie til mælkepulver, hvor den nyeste robotteknologi er implementeret.

Mælkepulver og mere højtforædlede pulverprodukter så som infant formula i forbrugerpakninger er ét af Arla Foods' strategiske kerneområder og med den nye linie skal Arlas position styrkes yderligere.

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Mejerikoncernen Arla Foods har valgt Jorgensen Engineering som totalleverandør til en ny pulverlinie inkl. nyeste robotteknologi. Et af Arla Foods' strategiske kerneområder er mælkepulver og mere højtforædlede pulverprodukter så som infant formula i forbrugerpakninger.

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