The more than 60-year membrane technology continues to contribute to innovation. Combined with Tetra Pak’s initiatives such as a water competence center and strategic partnerships, the technology can help improve dairies’ and other food producers' green profile and create new, highly refined products.
Tetra Pak is looking for brilliant and highly motivated young people for our “Future Talent Programme” starting in 2019 to pursue our tradition to develop strong leadership and technical excellence. You have finished recently – or are about to finish your Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Electrical, Automation, or Software Engineering this year. Project Manager Christoffer Christensen followed the programme from September 2017, after he had graduated in technology management and marine engineering, and one year ahead. Read his story, and apply for the position.
Two types of membrane filtration processes, namely ultrafiltration and microfiltration, are used for protein standardization in milk. While ultrafiltration is used to standardize the total protein, microfiltration is used to standardize the casein.