Tequila production process

Storage of Finished Product at the Tequila Industry

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 26, 2019 10:15:00 AM / por Leonel Ruvalcaba publicado en Material Requirment Planning, Administration and other process, Storage

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Over the 10 years that I've been working at Casa Sauza as a storage specialist, I've learned from the handling of the product at the warehouses and its logistics, until it makes it to its final destination, our clients. Due to the growth of the tequila industry, we at Casa Sauza have to innovate in the handling, storage and logistics of our products.

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The Importance of the Master Production Schedule: an indicator for production control

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 20, 2019 11:51:35 AM / por Mariana Huerta publicado en Modernization, TPM, Tequila production

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What is MPS?

The Master Production Schedule, MPS, is an indicator of what, when, and how many items to produce. Additionally, the information that it generates can be used as an indicator that shows how much we can commit to produce for the client.

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Planned Maintenance. Installing New Equipment at the Tequila Industry

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 19, 2019 12:00:51 PM / por David Juárez publicado en Planned Maintenance, Modernization, TPM, Tequila production

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Installation of new equipment

In 2019, Casa Sauza acquired new packaging equipment, such as a labelling machine, a packer, a palletizing robot, a trypack and other smaller equipment. I'll here share with you how their installation was made and how we ran functionality tests.

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Sauza's Supplier Event. Becoming an Alpha Supplier.

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 13, 2019 3:53:13 PM / por Marco Navarro publicado en Tequila Industry/Production, suppliers

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Each year Sauza holds a special supplier event. The purpose of this event is to recognize those suppliers that go above and beyond what is expected from them. Becoming an Alpha supplier is not an easy task to achieve and it is not solely done for the unique prize that is given every two years, but also for being recognized with the prestigious Alpha Supplier title in the eyes of Casa Sauza.

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Logistics and Main Challenges of Tequila in Bulk Exports

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 30, 2019 11:00:00 AM / por Irais Arreola publicado en CFDI, export requirements

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On my previous blog, Bulk Tequila Export, I wrote about the kind of tequila that can be exported in bulk and bottled abroad. I also mentioned the different transportation means that are used for this purpose at the tequila industry. I would now want to keep writing about this topic, focusing on the most important challenges that Casa Sauza has faced and how we managed to meet the requirements of our clients.

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Handling Agave Diseases

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 22, 2019 10:56:40 AM / por Ramón Rubio Cortés publicado en agricultural management

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In a previous blog, I talked about handling pagues and diseases in the agave plant. I will elaborate a little more about this topic on this blog.

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Does Tequila have Methanol?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 18, 2019 8:47:10 AM / por Fernando Ávila publicado en Health

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What the NOM* says about methanol in alcoholic beverages

*Norma Oficial Mexicana- Official Mexican Standard

The affirmation that tequilas contain methanol is true and is recognized in the Official Mexican Standard "NOM-142-SSA1 / SCFI-2014, Alcoholic beverages. Sanitary specifications. Sanitary and commercial labeling ", issued by the Ministry of Health. In fact, in its previous version "NOM-142-SSA1-1995" such norm explained in its section B.4.1.1:

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Tequila Sauza Against Piracy

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 14, 2019 11:22:56 AM / por Jorge Celis publicado en Safety, Piracy

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Piracy Statistics

On August the 3rd, 2017, "El Financiero" (Mexican newspaper) published that, according to the Profeco's report (Mexican institution to protect consumers), 4 out of 10 bottles that are sold in Mexico, are pirate.

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What is MPS and How is it Applied in the Tequila Industry?

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 27, 2018 8:26:16 AM / por Mariana Huerta publicado en Modernization, TPM, Tequila production, Material Requirment Planning, Tequila Industry/Production

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The Master Production Schedule, MPS, is an indicator of what, when, and how many items to produce. Additionally, the information that it generates can be used as an indicator that shows how much we can commit to produce for the client. The term MPS first came about in the 1960’s, although the meaning has changed throughout time.

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USMCA and its Effects on the Exportation of Tequila

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 24, 2018 11:00:00 AM / por Anabel Ramírez publicado en Tequila Industry/Production, Commercialization of Tequila

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*Image USMA.com

Finally, after a round of negotiations with the representatives of the 3 countries, the signing of the USMCA Agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada was achieved. This agreement is the result of the modernization of the NAFTA agreement, adapting it to the needs of the 21st century. To this end, tools are incorporated to:

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