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Appetite for Engineering 2017 – pictures from the day

Appetite for Engineering 2017 – pictures from the day

Over 150 delegates attended this year's Appetite for Engineering event. They left the event more aware of the fact that they need to look at automation technologies to help improve productivity and to give them greater flexibility. Pictures from the day can be seen by...

Don’t waste your process heat – reuse it

Don’t waste your process heat – reuse it

Food Processing magazine spoke to Robert Unsworth, head of sales, Utilities at GEA UK, about the potential energy saving benefits that modern heat pumps can offer in the food processing sector. Q. Food Processing readers should already be aware of many of the energy...

Hygienic solutions can also offer cost savings!

Hygienic solutions can also offer cost savings!

Hygiene is a fundamental requirement for the food and drink industry so any product or process that helps to achieve this must be welcomed. If those same products can also save money in the process then there is an additional incentive for their adoption. The sole...

A pneumatic revolution in automation?

A pneumatic revolution in automation?

The Festo VTEM Motion Terminal heralds the beginning of a new era, catapulting pneumatics into the era of Industry 4.0 – with apps that can replace over 50 individual components. The latest developments in piezo technology and software have made this possible. Just as...

Appetite for Engineering 2017: The countdown starts now

Appetite for Engineering 2017: The countdown starts now

To both inspire and educate engineers working across the food and beverage sector about the benefits of automation technologies, this year's Appetite for Engineering event will be taking place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) at Ansty Park in Coventry on...

Food Processing Awards – first call for nominations

Food Processing Awards – first call for nominations

We have now announced the categories for the Food Processing Awards 2017, which recognises companies for their excellence in UK food and beverage engineering. This year the award ceremony will be held immediately after the Appetite for Engineering event on 19th...

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Appetite for Engineering inspires senior executives from all areas of the food and beverage production sector to adopt innovative approaches to ensuring their continuing success in this competitive sector.

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