InnoBev operates with two production lines: can line & PET line.
The production process consist of mixing and blending sugar concentrates and water to create final syrup. Final syrup will be converted to beverage then filled and packed on CAN line and PET line.
Water extracted from water wells is treated with a sea water RO. Sugar is dissolved with treated water (simple syrup) then mixed with the concentrates to create the “final syrup”. Simple syrup passes through filter sheets to ensure no foreign objects will pass. After quality department ensure that the final syrup met the required standards, final syrup is pumped through stainless steel pipes to the mixer (Pet line or can line mixer). The mixer job is to mix the syrup with water and CO2 (beverage). Quality undergoes several test to ensure the brix is within specification. Beverage is sent to the CAN/PET filler for the filling process.
In parallel, empty cans pallets will be put on the de-palletizer after physical quality check whereas preforms will be blown in the blow molder machine. Before the filling process, both can and PET bottles will be rinsed in the bottle/can rinse with a high treated water pressure to ensure all residues that might be left inside will be totally cleaned. Cans/Bottles will be filled with beverage and sealed by the seamer (can)/capper (Pet). Quality will take samples to check the brix, carbonation, net content, double seam for can and closures torque for PET bottles.
For can products; filled cans will enter the warmer after the filling process so that the temperature will be reduced from cool to ambient temperature to ensure no water residue will be left during the packaging process as it might lead to corrosion. After the warmer, the can will pass through an air blower to remove all water residue on both top and bottom sides. After the blower, the can will pass under the Filtec. All cans that are below volume level will be automatically rejected. Date code will be printed on the bottom side by the date coder, then the cans will be directed to the shrink packer by the cans conveyor. Shrink packer will wrap cans with carton pads (cases). Cases then are automatically stacked on wooden pallets by the palletizer then stored in the finished goods warehouse.
For PET products; filled bottles will go straight to the labeler where labels will be applied on the bottle. After the labeler, date code will be printed on the bottle closures then bottles will be wrapped in a case form at the shrink packer. Cases will be stacked manually on wooden pallets then stored in the finished goods warehouse.
Throughout the production process, quality department will take all measurements and precautions as per ISO 9001 (quality management system) and ISO 22000 (food safety management) accreditation and standards.