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April 17, 2018

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New technologies help food and beverage makers deal with changing customers and consumers requiring 24/7 turnaround.

By leveraging the OpX Leadership Network’s TCO framework for this project, H-E-B’s manufacturing division identified the best partners for equipment and technology when designing its greenfield snacks plant.

A new study says the government needs to step up its game. Plus, a dozen do’s and don’ts concerning food recalls.
 

 
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Improving Efficiency in a Rapidly Changing Manufacturing Environment

ProFood Live!, a conference brought to you by ProFood World and PMMI Media Group, debuts in June. Join your engineering and operations colleagues at this premier event covering trends in food processing operations, why digitalization should be your number one priority, and more. Confirmed speakers include Hormel, Dairy Farmers of America, Smithfield, Snyder’s-Lance and Hiland Dairy. View the program.

 
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How does the world’s largest food company integrate IIoT and other Industry 4.0 innovations?

Hear Nestle’s Expert Engineer, Tom Doney, present their insights and approach to factory to cloud data transmission, machine condition monitoring, augmented reality and more at the Automation Conference, May 22-23 in Chicago. See program details »

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Case Studies

A versatile flexible screw conveyor helps Guixens Food Group convey and package an array of products with ease and flexibility.

Variable frequency drives help Sundial Orchards improve the operations and energy costs of its walnut dryers.

Engineers worked closely with the brewery team to develop an understanding of its brewing and CIP processes, capturing each brewing vessel’s process in detail.

Packaging

Tree Top switches to transparent pouches to reinforce the freshness and safety of its applesauce.

CPG demands are pushing the packaging machinery industry to new heights.

Plant Floor

Engineered for the poultry and meat industry, the Eagle RMI 400 X-ray inspection machine with infeed/outfeed conveyor reduces the number of surfaces with which products come into contact.

Fluke Ti450 and Ti480 PRO Series infrared cameras have increased thermal sensitivity to capture minute differences and on-screen clarity to visualize issues in the field.

Built to FDA sanitary requirements, the PMI all-servo, washdown horizontal cartoner features IP67-compliant construction, stainless-steel solid bar construction, multiaxis servos and Rockwell Automation controls.

Built to accommodate weighing instrumentation and peripherals, Hardy Process Solutions integrated panels include features such as push buttons, switches, relays and tower lights.

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