Reducing costs, minimising downtime and maintaining hygiene in food and beverage manufacturing

Monday, 03 March, 2014


Recent events, such as the troubles facing SPC Ardmona, have illustrated the immense stress this industry is under to optimise production and keep costs low to remain economically viable.

Manufacturers across the world are taking a close look at their operations to see where they can find some savings - be it energy, space, downtime, or thorough optimisation of processes. Local cost pressures have been amplified by the relative cost of cheap imports and overseas labour.

This white paper discusses potential cost savings solutions including decentralised drive technologies.

 


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