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ExxonMobil and energy consulting Allgäu to support ISO 50001 energy management certification for the food industry

Featured news  •  16 November 2015  •  ExxonMobil

ExxonMobil and energy consulting Allgäu to support ISO 50001 energy management certification for the food industry…

Mobil SHC Cibus demonstrates enhanced energy efficiency of hydraulic equipment

Featured news  •  16 November 2015  •  Exxon Mobil

Food grade hydraulic oil can help reduce the energy consumption of equipment by up to 3.5 percent…

Synthetic lubricants for tomorrow’s refrigeration

Featured news  •  4 August 2014  •  ExxonMobil

ExxonMobil’s solutions for the evolving refrigeration market…

How to convert your processing plant to H1 and HT-1 registered food machinery lubricants

Issue 1 2010, Past issues  •  22 February 2010  •  Peter Bird, Marketing Advisor, Food Industry Machinery Lubricants, ExxonMobil Lubricants & Specialties

Recalls of food and beverage products due to contamination concerns have risen significantly over the last decade. Considering that recalled products can be devastating to a brand and potentially harmful to consumers, it is not surprising that the U.S. Food Processing 2008 Annual Manufacturing Trends Survey indi­cated that food and beverage processors’ number one concern is food safety, more so than energy, labour issues or environmental concerns.

This trend extends far beyond the United States, impacting regions all around the world. In today’s current global economic climate, food and beverage processors are under more pressure than ever to ensure the safety of their products, protect their brand reputation, enhance their company’s productivity and expand profit margins in the face of tightening economic times.

 

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