Tetra Laval Honoured for Innovation

25 Nov 2011 --- Tetra Laval is recognised alongside world changing innovators that include Microsoft, Apple Inc., Procter and Gamble and Sony Corporation. Tetra Laval and other Top 100 innovators play an important role in boosting the global economy.

Nov 25 2011 --- Tetra Laval, Tetra Pak’s parent company, has been named as one of the world’s 100 most innovative companies in Thomson Reuters’ list of Top 100 Global Innovators. The recently launched programme honours companies and institutions that lead the world in innovation, driving inventions for economic growth, influencing future technologies and shaping the future.

Tetra Laval is recognised alongside world changing innovators that include Microsoft, Apple Inc., Procter and Gamble and Sony Corporation. Tetra Laval and other Top 100 innovators play an important role in boosting the global economy.

"Continuous innovation is a critical element of everything we do at Tetra Laval, enabling us to provide our customers and consumers with safe, healthy and environmentally sustainable food solutions.  We are honoured to be recognized for our innovations and the role they play in society," Jörgen Haglind, Group Communications Officer, Tetra Laval.

The Thomson Reuters 2011 Top 100 Global Innovator Program analyses a combination of patent data and related metrics to acknowledge innovation in its purest form – recognising those organisations that lead the world in the protection and commercialisation of invention, powerfully influencing future technologies.

The Tetra Laval Group is the leading group for food processing and packaging equipment in the world. Tetra Laval is organised in three industry groups: Tetra Pak, DeLaval and Sidel. With a presence in almost every market in the world, and with undisputed knowledge of the industry, the Tetra Laval Group is a truly global player within the field of food equipment.

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