Smurfit Kappa and Vitop participate in Watercoolers Europe 2015

Sept. 8, 2015

The companies will showcase their water packaging and dispensing products.

ROME — Sept. 2, 2015 — Smurfit Kappa will participate, for the first time, in Watercoolers Europe 2015 (Sept. 24 through 25 in Rome, Italy), stated a release. This conference is a forum that specializes in water coolers and water packaging solutions. Smurfit Kappa and Vitop will exhibit its Bag-in-Box® packaging solutions and specific fitments for water.

Bag-in-Box is a packaging. It is hygienic and reliable and minimizes the risk of contamination. It is a tamper-evident one-way packaging, the release continued.

Vitop’s latest development provides a simple connection kit between a Bag-in-Box® equipped with a Vitop® Original Tap and a classic water fountain. This patented concept enables the use of Bag-in-Box on existing water coolers. Vitop will also showcase its tap for bottled water that ensures a steady flow of water and provides hygiene because of its double tamper-evidence, according to the press release.

The Watercoolers Europe event will take place at the Cavallieri Waldorf Astoria in Rome. The companies will be in attendance at Stand S06.

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