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While uncertainty around Brexit continues to dominate headlines, one thing that is clear is the impact that the loss of skilled overseas workers will have on the UK engineering industry. Darcy Simonis, Industry Network Leader for ABB’s Food and Beverage segment, explains the future of maintenance in the food and…
There are many bulk material handling equipment solutions to solve processing challenges faced by bakery manufacturers. Chris Brennan from Spiroflow highlights some available options.
Keith Thornhill, Siemens Digital Industries, Head of Food and Beverage, discusses why it is time for manufacturers to embrace the smart factory.
From January 27 - 30, technology group GEA will offer customers and interested parties in-depth insights into its efficient industrial solutions and machine technology for the confectionery, snack and bakery industries at its ProSweets 2019 booth (Hall 10.1 / G-061) in Cologne.
Premiere at ProSweets 2019: TOMRA Food launches state-of-the-art sorting equipment ensuring highest quality sweets and confectionery
TOMRA Food, part of the Norwegian TOMRA Group, is showcasing innovative sweets sorting systems for gummies and delicate confectionery products at ProSweets 2019 in Cologne, Germany for the first time...
A study developing a hand-held NIRS device to check levels of nutrients in pasture could enable farmers to easily monitor levels to adapt grazing...
University announces the development of a system designed to handle fragile lettuces.
Did you know manual handling and weighing of ingredients costs bakeries up to 1% of turnover? Traditional mechanical handling and pneumatic conveying solutions fail to deliver the flexibility food companies require. Consequently, we rely on people to complete arduous weighing tasks in harsh, dusty working environments. Fortunately, the robots are…
British growers visiting The Netherlands also learned that automating the more challenging aspects of horticulture, such as harvesting non-uniform crops, is still too far in the future to have a realistic impact on production, despite huge leaps in technological development.
Four 'robotics obsessed' graduates from MIT, one of the world's leading engineering research institutions, have taken a leap forward in the field of food service automation.
Food manufacturers planning to automate their production systems should learn the lesson of the car industry in the 1980s: that it pays to share information, Mike Wilson, Chairman of the British Automation & Robot Association (BARA), tells New Food's Anna Lambert in this exclusive audio interview.