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ARVINOIL products release at Winetech 07

A new type of bottling and labelling equipment will be launched and demonstrated by ARVINOIL at WineTech — The Australian Wine Industry Trade Exhibition to be held at the Adelaide Convention & Exhibition Centre, from July 29 to August 1, 2007.

Ranging between 1.5 and 2.3 m long, on wheels, the RTCE601, RTCE670, RT1000 and ET1500 Series Monoblocks have been designed to be absolutely unique on the world market and to fill the existing gap between large expensive bottling equipment and contract bottlers.

These machines have been developed to take the local and exporting winemaker worldwide to the next level. Brand differentiation and Independence of production from A to Z are rapidly becoming key factors in the future of the majority of winemakers, at least those who don’t want to sell out for bottom prices to ‘all-wine-must-taste-the-same' multinationals.

ARVINOIL range of equipment is very compact, but includes all the features of larger equipment, at a fraction of the cost. They fill and close (with corks and/or screw caps or both), fit and shrink/roll capsules, and apply front and back labels.

According to ARVINOIL, their equipment not only offers state-of-the-art bottling and labelling, but because of breakthrough technological innovations, they are also very easy to use, as well as competitively priced.

ARVINOIL equipment is designed to appeal to small and medium-sized vineyards that produce up to 100,000 cases per year.

“That is 5000 bottles per day, but most importantly the winemaker decides which day, over and over again. No queues, no delays, no employees hanging around waiting, no large capital investments, no stress. ARVINOIL offers independence,” ARVINOIL’s managing director Angelo Pepe said.

These monoblocks also give small and medium-sized vineyards the ability to be in control of the quality of their finished product, as well as to quickly fulfil orders without having to keep a large stock, thus freeing warehouse space for other purposes.

Angelo Pepe says that depending on production quantities it’s more economical even in the short term to bottle yourself than having it done by others.

For further information visit http://www.arvinoil.com.au

WineTech is presented by the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference, Reed Exhibitions and the Wine Industry Suppliers Australia (WISA)

For information on WineTech 2007, visit http://www.wine.reedexhibitions.com.au

For information on AWITC, visit http://www.awitc.com.au



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