Inex Belgium chooses Sidel's aseptic solutions to package UHT milk in PET bottles
Food & Beverages Processing|February 2021
Belgian milk producer Inex has selected Sidel’s aseptic PET packaging line to help meet growing demand for locally produced milk, prompted by the COVID-19 restrictions in March. Thanks to Sidel’s new and sustainable packaging line, Inex plans to boost production capacity by supplying ultra-high-temperature (UHT) milk products in PET bottles.

Passionate about sustainability and the delivery of high-quality milk, Index is a 100% privately owned company in the heart of Belgium. It exports50% of its production to neighboring countries and produces a variety of authentic dairy products including fresh and long-life UHT milk, dairy drinks, cream, and other milk derivatives. The milk is exclusively collected from local Belgian farmers and Inexhas established a long-term relationship with its suppliers. Inexmanufacturesprivate labels for leading retailers as well as products under its own name.

To increase production capacity and simultaneously reduce its environmental footprint, Inex has cooperated closely with Sidel to design and install the new aseptic packaging line that will package its UHT milk in a safe, sustainable and user-friendly PET bottle.

Environmental considerations drive PET packaging decision

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