The firm optimizes Cleaning in Place (CIP) systems through remote monitoring and predictive analytics for industrial use in brewing, beverage and dairy companies.
TTS-Ciptec was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Tampere, Finland. Its customer base is primarily in Europe and Latin America.
Customers include Parmalat, Tetra Pak, TINE, Arla, GEA, Carlsberg, Danone, Coca-Cola and Valio.
It analyses the CIP-process from start to end multiple times including parameters such as conductivity, flow and temperature during the wash.
Karl R. Deily, president of Sealed Air’s Food Care division, said the complementary technology in patented sensing and algorithms bolsters its knowledge based services.
“Combined with Sealed Air’s expertise in data analytics and experience in the food and beverage industry, this acquisition enhances how we meet our customers’ sustainability needs by saving time, reducing product loss and water and energy consumption, and improving quality, hygiene and yield.”
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The deal closed on July 13 and is not material to Sealed Air’s financial results.
Last year, Sealed Air Corporation generated revenue of $7bn. It has 23,000 employees who serve customers in 169 countries.
The firms’ portfolio includes Cryovac brand food packaging and Diversey cleaning and hygiene.