With perishable food products, speed is crucial in every part of the supply chain, but this is often hindered through slow and complicated warehouse operations. Wearable technology company Picavi has sped up this process using smart glasses in order picking, and Weerts Supply Chain has utilised their technology.
Electric, pneumatic and hydraulic vibrators available in stainless steel for he food industry.
A mix of stainless and aluminium conveyors and corrosion-protected aluminium drives provided an affordable solution for a dip and spread manufacturer without compromising its stringent hygiene requirements.
The Bestech Australia 8431 and 8432 precision miniature load cells are designed for precise tension and compression force measurements in limited spaces.
tna has introduced an energy-efficient fan design for its Ferguson ener-freeze 3 aimed at reducing energy consumption by more than 30%.
In summer 2017, the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) discovered that over 700,000 contaminated eggs from Dutch and Belgian farms were distributed to the UK. The final destination of each egg was unclear, so thousands of salads, sandwiches and other meals containing egg were recalled from supermarkets.
A new cold chain advocacy group has been established in Queensland to improve compliance and standards in the handling of food at all levels of the cold chain.
Carrefour and SGS, along with its two technology partners Transparency-One and Blippar, launched the Visual Trust Initiative which produces in-depth supply chain information.