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With NESSIE and T-REX: Germany’s largest whisky distillery is being built in Dresden

Germany’s largest whisky distillery is currently being built in Dresden. The plan is to produce 450.000 litres per year of the “Hellinger 42” brand in the Saxon capital from September 2021. For the process steps of whisky mash production, the Dresdner Whisky Manufaktur UG decided to cooperate with ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA GmbH, Ludwigsburg. The dynamic mash filtration system NESSIE by ZIEMANN in combination with the T-REX by ZIEMANN was ordered as key technology.

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Strategic Partnership for Iberian Peninsula

Experienced process and filling technology specialist will be the first point of contact in the future

In order to expand its presence on the Iberian Peninsula and thus to further optimize its sales structure, ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA GmbH has agreed a strategic partnership with Franz Scheck and his company BERITEIL IBERICA.

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New presence in Israel

Agreement on strategic alliance with process technology and packaging specialist DrinkTech

For ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA GmbH, Israel has developed into an important growth market. In order to expand their presence and thus to further optimize the sales structure, ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA has agreed upon a strategic alliance with Alon Tikotzky and his company DrinkTech Ltd.

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Dr. Elmar Pongratz and Tobias Becher with new responsibilities

After Klaus Wasmuht went into his well-deserved retirement, ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA GmbH has realigned the Engineering and Technology/R&D departments in terms of personnel and structure. In the course of this realignment, Tobias Becher was appointed Head of Technology, Research and Development. Recognising the importance of the assigned field of activity and the associated responsibility, Tobias Becher was also granted power of attorney.

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New Holsten Brewery

The Holsten Brewery had been brewing on Holstenstrasse in Hamburg-Altona for 140 years when, quite simply, it became apparent that this location was no longer perfect in terms of its logistical infrastructure and brewing capacity. Holsten’s parent company, the Danish Carlsberg Group, then decided to move the brewery to the southern edge of Hamburg. The brand new brewery complex was dedicated in a ceremony in November 2019. A highly efficient lauter tun brewhouse is at the heart of this development, and this facility is presented in the following article.

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