Tate & Lyle Food Systems expands European centre of excellence

Posted: 28 June 2012 | Tate & Lyle | No comments yet

Tate & Lyle Food Systems announces the expansion and consolidation of its European centre of excellence…

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Tate & Lyle Food Systems, a leading provider of customised food stabiliser systems, announces the expansion and consolidation of its European centre of excellence with the opening of a new facility alongside its current production site in Roggenhorst, near Lübeck, Germany.

The opening of the new facility will result in the transfer of technical consultancy, marketing support, formulation and pilot plant services, from their current location in the centre of Lübeck to Roggenhorst, allowing Tate & Lyle Food Systems to deliver customers its trademark full-service offering for dairy, convenience foods and bakery applications from one fully integrated location.

The bringing together of all functions at one expanded site will enable Tate & Lyle Food Systems to shorten project development cycles, improve efficiency and help customers get to market faster.

“Our customers need personalised solutions that are fast, flexible and reliable” says Robert Rouwenhorst, Senior Vice President & General Manager of Tate & Lyle Food Systems. “We also want to help them grow into new markets. Now we have greater capacity than ever to help them achieve their goals allowing us to maintain our leading position in the European food stabilisers market.”

“In addition, the new facility will allow our experts to share ideas with their peers located all around the world utilising our global network of research and application facilities, thereby increasing the number of innovative solutions we are able to deliver to customers” adds Luis Fernandez, Vice President Global Applications, Tate & Lyle.

A boost for bakery manufacturers

The new facility which has a state-of-the-art bakery pilot plant with new analytical and baking equipment will enable the recently expanded team of bakery specialists to leverage the latest technology to grow the Tate & Lyle Food Systems’ bakery business.

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