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Milk Pouch Packing: Taking the Dairy Business Places
In Canada, India, China, Brazil, South Africa, Poland, Israel, Russia and some other countries, pouches
are the preferred packing method for milk. Milk pouches are less expensive to make than a carton or
jug and consumes roughly 75% less raw materials to produce.
There are a few more points in favour of milk pouches. Milk bags are 100% recyclable; milk cartons
coated in wax are not. Pouches require less storage space, they are easier to transport, and they are
portioned for maximum shelf life. In India, they come in 500 ml and 1000 ml quantities - just the
amount an average household might go through in a short period of time. This allows the milk to last
longer as you are not exposing larger quantities to oxygen once the bag is opened.
In India, Nichrome has the honour of being a pioneer in milk packaging. In the 1970s, when the
Government began promotion of the
Co-operative Dairy Movement, it
appealed for Indian industrialists to
develop pouch packaging machinery
indigenously. Nichrome was the first
manufacturer to develop a Form Fill Seal
type packaging machine indigenously
and independently. Since then it has
been the leader in the packaging
industry of India.
The first Filpack machine was
commissioned at Kurla Dairy, Mumbai
where the commercial distribution of
milk pouches was started on 7th March
Today, Nichrome offers a wide range of
dairy packaging machines for packaging
milk and dairy products. The Filpack
continues to blaze trails in milk pouch packaging. The Filpack Servo 12K is the fastest milk packaging
machine delivering a phenomenal 12000 pouches per hour. Other models include Filpack Servo 10K
(10000 per hour) and 6K (6000 per hour), used for ghee, lassi and fresh cream packaging, among
The Filpack CMD and Filpack CMS are two more accurate, hi-speed machines for the dairy industry
that offer a variety of pouch formats and output speeds. Applications include plain milk, flavoured
milk, buttermilk, curd, bread spread, even juice and water besides viscous products like vanaspati
and edible oils.
Offering over ten dairy products packaging machines to choose from, Nichrome ensures every one
of its automatic milk filling machine is carefully calibrated, planned and designed for outstanding

performance. The interface is upgraded with touch screen HMI panel and PLC that controls the
machine. The machines have a small footprint, occupying less floor space; and extended SS legs for
easy cleaning under the machines. Nichrome’s packaging solutions are hi-speed and automated with
simple maintenance and user-friendly construction.
Nichrome offers six different types of pouches in various sizes, such as the Center Seal Pillow Pouch
(CSPP) for 1000ml and 500ml, CSPP Kite with tear notch, 4 side seal, 4 side seal with v-notch and
standee pouch with cap.
No wonder, leading dairy players like Amul, Dwarka, Mahanand and Chitale prefer to partner with
Nichrome to keep India’s ‘white revolution’ churning.
For More information Visit:- http://www.nichrome.com/applications/milk-packaging-machine.php

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