Flowcrete Australia supplies high-performance polyurethane (PU) resin coatings for food facility floors that have been designed to take on the challenges of the industry.
Having acquired automation specialist Dematic, the KION Group is expanding its production capacity with a new plant in the Czech Republic.
After fire devastated the Sydney factory of Haverick Meats in May 2016, it took a team effort to get the facility back open, supplying the professional foodservice industry and the community, in time for the Christmas rush.
Recognising the continuing demand for gluten-free products in Australia and New Zealand, Nestlé has just opened a new, dedicated gluten-free facility in Cambria Park, South Auckland.
For small- and mid-sized food manufacturers, one of the biggest challenges is how to start scaling up operations. Today there is an endless amount of information available but interpreting this and making the best choices for your business is not simple.
White Rabbit Brewery looked at the pros and cons of epoxy resin and polyurethane systems, two of the most common types of brewery floors, before settling on a bright Coral Red, antimicrobial-enhanced, polyurethane coating that meets the site's practical, hygienic and aesthetic requirements.
Flowcrete Australia's Flowfresh SR combines HACCP International certification with Polygiene antimicrobial protection and an easy-to-clean gloss finish.
ARBS 2016 will feature a seminar examining the WELL Building Standard and its focus areas.
Wiley has been comissioned to fulfil a 4-stage development project for Northern Co-operative Meat Company. The projects consist of design and construction of a new state-of-the-art cold chain management facility; design and construction of a beef knocking box and race system; design, supply and install of a steam repair and relocation; and finally the tannery wastewater treatment plant upgrade.
Fonterra will invest $132 million to build a state-of-the-art cheese plant at its Stanhope factory in Victoria, replacing the hard cheese plant destroyed by fire in December 2014.
Bundaberg Distilling Company has engaged food facilities designer Wiley to create a visitors' experience centre at the home of one of Australia's most iconic brands, Bundaberg Rum.
Building a milk drying plant in the middle of New Zealand's earthquake zone presented some challenges for Fonterra and GEA.
Not only does Huon Aquaculture's new plant look beautiful, it is expected to deliver more than one million dollars in cost savings for the company in its first year of operation.
The McCain Foods Smithton plant in Circular Head, Northern Tasmania, is getting a $10 million makeover. Over the next two years, the on-site storage facilities will be upgraded and a new packing line will be installed.
Growing demand for food manufacturing facilities has led Wiley to relocate its NSW office from Sydney Olympic Park to larger premises in Rhodes. The new 350 m2 Sydney office is four times the size of its previous location.