Tetra Pak’s solutions for ice-cream

7th Indian Ice Cream Congress, Mumbai


At the recently held 7th Indian Ice Cream Congress in Mumbai from 15- 16 September 2017, Tetra Pak showcased its future-ready solutions for ice-cream manufacturing. The world’s leading packaging solutions provider demonstrated its continuous freezer and interactive display of the molder, which the company says offers trouble-free, optimized production at the longest lifetime and lowest total cost of ownership in the industry.

In the ‘Processing your dream, called Ice Cream’ panel discussion, Tetra Pak’s ice cream expert Ejvin Lund provided a holistic picture of the latest technological innovations that
are designed to help Indian ice-cream manufacturers cut cost and produce efficiently.

“Tetra Pak stands for technology and innovation across the world and it is an important pillar of our brand promise. We are constantly working towards strengthening this proposition to best meet the different needs of our customers. This conclave, therefore, served as the perfect platform to showcase our future-ready technologies that will help our customers thrive in the decades to come. Our endeavor is to continue to provide solutions
that maximize productivity, minimize downtimes and ensure the quickest turnaround of product delivery,” said Bobby Venugopal, processing director, Tetra Pak South Asia Markets.

Indian Ice Cream Congress & Expo 2017 is one of the most significant events in the global ice-cream industry, one of three in the world, and South Asia’s only gathering of ice-cream
manufacturers. The two-day event hosted a contingent of exhibitors and visitors from the key ice-cream manufacturers and suppliers in the region.

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