Ross Systems and Controls (SysCon), a subsidiary of Charles Ross & Sons Co., offers Underwriters Laboratories (UL)-rated and CE-marked Control Systems custom-designed for industrial processes such as mixing, pumping, chemical dosing, dilution, heat exchange, separation, drying and waste treatment.
In this video, Gerald Lessard of West Liberty Foods discusses repurposing of space within an existing plant and what trends are driving this as well as the pros and cons of repurposing existing space versus new construction.
In this video, Bernd Jablonowski of Messe Düsseldorf discusses the SAVE FOOD Initiative, the difference between developed and developing countries, and the goal of raising awareness of food loss and educating professionals about what they can do about it with the right technology and materials.
In this video, Gerald Lessard, Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of West Liberty Foods, discusses the major challenges of retaining technicians and how the FIT Program can help enhance plant productivity as well as keep technicians in the food and beverage industry throughout his or her career.
In this video, Tyson Foods has been on the board of directors for the Food Processing Education Consortium for more than a year and played a crucial role in the creation and implementation of the curriculum of the Food Industry Technician (FIT) Certification program.
PMMI, Koelnmesse and IDFA join forces for new food and beverage processing event
September 16, 2015
Three trade show leaders joined forces to announce the launch of ProFood Tech, a new event that will focus on processing technologies serving the food and beverage industry. ProFood Tech will make its debut April 4-6, 2017, at McCormick Place in Chicago.
Campaign focus on getting better control of asset loss
August 31, 2015
Despite increasing awareness, milk crates, plastic pallets, bakery trays, beverage shells and other containers made from high density polyethylene (HDPE) and polypropylene (PP) are disappearing at a rate that costs retailers and CPG businesses $500 million per year. Ultimately, consumers end up paying this $500 million annual expense in the costs of goods purchased.