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SIG Targets UAE F&B Leaders, Startups with Latest Technology

Switzerland-based leading provider of aseptic packaging solutions SIG has announced the launch of its latest packaging machines targeting F&B leaders and startups in the UAE.

SIG’s SmileSmall 24 Aseptic and Cleanpouch 25 Aseptic pouch fillers, now available at the first-of-its-kind innovation Technology Centre in Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), provide F&B innovators with different features and capabilities to test products and scale up innovation, enhancing speed of performance, and achieving flexibility in terms of production quantities, as well as the unique ability of SIG’s new and proven drinkplus technology.

The centre provides new opportunities for the F&B sector through innovative technologies, including the SIGCUBATOR accelerator programme, an integrated solution that accelerates the arrival of new product ideas to the market and provides support to customers and F&B startups looking to launch their next products.

The SIG SmileSmall 24 Aseptic filling machine, capable of filling 24,000 cartons per hour, with volumes ranging from 180ml. to 250ml., primarily covers the premium product segment. Flexible spout containers suit a range of different applications, including concentrate containers for refilling solid bottles, and squeezable containers for easy on-the-go use.

Commenting on these developments, Abdelghany Eladib, President & General Manager at SIG – India, Middle East and Africa, says, “We are pleased to unveil these advanced filling machines, which represent a milestone for food and beverage manufacturers in the region. F&B leaders and startups can now benefit from our technology centre in Dubai Silicon Oasis by implementing experimental and innovative practices, taking advantage of a wide range of packaging options.”

SIG’s innovation Technology Centre in Dubai is part of the company’s multi-faceted facility designed to drive innovation and excellence across the region. It also houses SIG’s Reliability division, which hosts a wide range of digital innovations that combine the company’s industry knowledge with cutting-edge technology to address key challenges faced by the F&B sector. The Customer Innovation Centre is also part of the innovation Technology Centre, as it serves as a platform to guide and support customers through accelerators and workshops aimed at promoting innovation in the field of new products, as well as ultimately testing them in the Technology Centre.

By developing ideas and designs, including formulating recipes and packaging to provide a premium experience and effective promotional themes, the Technology Centre heralds a new era of possibilities for the F&B sector. This integrated approach underscores SIG’s commitment to the latest technologies and supporting customers with leading solutions.

“Our Technology Centre is designed to assist food and beverage industry leaders in the region and support entrepreneurs looking to launch their businesses within the sector. The centre provides a wide range of new technologies, an innovative quality measurement system, advanced testing equipment, and future-proof digital technology capabilities, allowing products to be developed, validated, and packaged in a faster manner, to also meet the growing consumer demand for sustainable products,” explains Eladib.

With its extensive packaging portfolio, SIG has developed its packaging applications across a wide range of product categories, including dairy, plant-based, juice, beverage concentrates, liquid foods, and non-food industries.

“This month, we are pleased to host an exclusive event at our innovation Technology Centre in Dubai, our headquarters for the India, Middle East, and Africa region, to celebrate the 170th anniversary of SIG. The event will provide our clients and potential customers with an exclusive tour of the recently renovated innovation Technology Centre, where they will embark on a journey through the company’s past, present, and future. Our goal is to enable customers to enhance their businesses by harnessing the full potential of packaging machine technology,” adds Eladib.

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