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Mondelēz provides update on June 27th global cyber-attack
The food processor believes the issue has been contained, and a critical majority of the affected systems are up and running.
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Paving a way to the digital plant
Pressure to bring more products to market faster while maintaining quality and control has food and beverage manufacturers digitizing many aspects of the process, aiming to connect the farm to the factory—and beyond.
PET bottles, plastic pouches and metal beverage cans nearly 60% of all package types sold in North America
According to PMMI Business Intelligence, North America will see a 0.8% Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) through 2020, from 529 billion units sold in 2015 to 549 billion units sold in 2020.
A twist on the soda bottle
The new Fanta PET bottle is “twisted” like an orange to convey flavor and maintain form.
The role of CMMS in predictive maintenance
As industry moves from reactive to proactive to predictive maintenance, computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) retains a critical role in the process.
Servitization gives manufacturers a competitive advantage
Internal process efficiency is the driving force behind digital transformation as companies look to invest in big data, ERP and IoT.
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NGO actions may have real consequences for food safety, packaging
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