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Beverage filling machine partnership agreement

05 August 2017

Leibinger GmbH, a European manufacturer of beverage filling machines has formed a partnership with PMC Engineering Solutions to provide full UK sales, technical and engineering support. 

Leibinger designs and manufactures filling machines for the bottling of carbonated or non-carbonated products such as beers, wine, champagne, spirits and soft drinks. It has supplied worldwide automated machines to fill beer in any bottle or can – from microbreweries through to medium-sized enterprises.  

It saw the UK as a natural progression to service the needs of the independent breweries.

The PMC Engineering Solutions management team are well established within the food, beverage and packaging industries and in the beverage industry on bottling and canning projects in particular. 

With an established machinery range, PMC Engineering Solutions is confident that it will find an existing UK market for the Leibinger MULTIMA product line. 

The newest addition to the range is the MULTIMA2in1 counterpressure filler which can handle both bottles and cans, offering both cost and space savings.


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