At CellMark we see more and more often that cross-divisional work pays off. A recent example of this is the DrincTex exhibition in Munich mid September. After 5 days of exhibiting our two team CellMark Technology and CellMark Chemicals both “brought home” innovative ideas and business leads.
The DrinkTec exhibition in Munich is the world´s leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry with over 1,500 exhibitors and around 67,000 visitors. Drinctec turned out to be a great networking event. CellMark’s Technology team was represented by Jonathan Östergren Bööj, Ulf Sjödin and Martin Skoger. With the slogan “TURNING RESIDUES INTO NEW PRODUCTS” they demonstrated innovative solution of valorising biological residues. These solutions were met with very positive attraction from the industry which created new possible leads.
One valuable takeaway is the collaboration between our two teams, Technology and Chemicals. CellMark Chemicals divisional representatives also present at the fair, Frédéric Roquefeuil, Hyoungjun Ahn, Rick Schatz, Friedrich Grothe and Sarah-Lisa Wendt, all showed stunning cross-divisional support where many new synergetic innovative ideas emerged, something we will definitly see more of in future.
CellMark Packaging Team is participating at India Folding Carton Expo September 14-16 in New Dehli to learn about demands, trends and meeting entrepreneurs & new collaborations. Co-located with India CorrExpo – a corrugated packaging trade fair, the event attracts trade professionals also from the corrugated industry. Contact email@example.com to book a meeting or stop by out booth No D13 for a chat.
“This is India’s premier business event and conference for post-print manufacturing equipment and consumables from the folding carton industry. The show offers a powerful and knowledge networking base for each industry player who wants to deal with the optimization of processes and the creation of solutions for the folding carton industry.”
CellMark’s Annual Report has been nominated for The Publishing Prize, an annual juried contest for films, websites, newspapers, magazines, books and other printed matter in English, Norwegian or Swedish. We have particiated before and been nominated 3 times, winner 2 times as well as been rewarded with an extraordinary prize for the design and visual content.
In 1984, when CellMark was founded, the company was marketed as “The New Alternative”. The ambition was that the company would represent something entirely innovative as a marketing organization for the industry. The presentation of our financial result was also to be marked by new ideas. Having the work of various artists decorate the otherwise mundane financial and test material was consistent with CellMark’s innovative way of thinking and enabling representatives from entirely different fields of creativity to introduce their art forms.
Over the years, we have collaborated with the art director Andrew Cowie, who has been our loyal companion and guide on this exploration tour. Andrew has, and are still, challenging us with ideas and we are greatly impressed by his versatility and design creativity. This year, we believe that Andrew has done something really extraordinary – we are featuring a very characteristic French entrepreneur in art, named Jean-Claude Floch.
“The Publishing Prize, which is independent of industry organizations, is a comprehensive communication contest. It embraces most established forms of communication. The PP is in three categories: Print, Website and Film.
The jury consists of active communicators such as photographers, graphic designers, film producers, journalists and editors. They examine, evaluate and compare the entries, which are judged using a number of criteria. The judging criteria and the jury’s ranking points are public.
Competitors (and winners) in The Publishing Prize have encompassed both large and small players in the industry. Entries include in-house productions on limited budgets as well as those from established creative agencies and publishers.
CellMark’s Technology team will be at the Drinctec exhibit to present to brewers a revolutionary drying technology for organic materials and residuals together with Multivector, the Norwegian company behind this technology. The team provides technical solutions to global corporations as well as small local businesses with a high focus on sustainability, time and energy efficiency. The Multivector technology free up and improve capabilities, reduces volume, lower transportation cost and simplifies handling of waste.
In fact, it turns waste into a useful transportable commodity while making your core business more cost efficient. And if that’s not enough, this technology is applicable for almost all areas of biomass processing, not only for brewers.
The Multivector can be designed for both industrial and small scale mixing and drying processes, as needed. The technology is based on mechanical fluidization where rotors with patented shovels secure a good mix and that a huge amount of surface area is exposed for drying. Superheated steam, generated from the moist of the input, is used in the drying process.
A continuous process instead of batch process.
Come and meet us, at the Drinktec 2017 exhibition in
Munich Sep 11-15, to experience our solutions in turning
Brewer’s grain into consumable food and animal feed. We will be at hall B2 stand 150 and are looking forward to meet you!
Contact our Technology team to set up a meeting:
Jonathan Östergren-Booj at +46 705804595
Martin Skoger at +46 705451591