Recent Articles

February 27, 2018 10:30 am
Erik Fihlman, Program Manager, Food Industry, Linde LLC
Meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, milk, butter and beans — every food production operation that uses raw ingredients is acutely aware of food safety risks. Managing them requires a comprehensive effort. Risk management practices must reach across the supply and distribution chain, as well as across processing sites. At the plant level, temperature control usually ranks as the first line of defense.
February 26, 2018 2:00 pm
Mike Lorbiecki, Vice President Sales, North America, IFS
Fierce competition, razor-thin profit margins, perishable products and government regulations define the food and beverage market — and the slightest change can have huge bottom-line effects. Mike Lorbiecki, Vice President Sales, North America at IFS, looks at new developments in demand planning and identifies the three key areas where intelligent demand planning is helping companies get ahead.
February 23, 2018 9:35 am
Stephen Dombroski, Senior Marketing Manager — Food and Beverage Markets, QAD, Inc.
The food and beverage industry has always had to deal with laws and regulations regarding food manufacturing safety. These regulations, as well as heightened interest from consumers, safety organizations and enforcement officials, have increased the need for the food industry to operate with clearly defined policies and principles.
February 21, 2018 4:00 pm
Craig Thomas, Product Specialist, Hapman
Employ safeguards to enhance efficiency with a cleaner, safer work environment.
February 21, 2018 10:00 am
Mike Edgett, Industry & Solution Strategy Director, Process Manufacturing, Infor
Technology must be a part of your company’s overall strategy because it now plays a role in nearly every aspect of your business. It is time to modernize — or risk being outdated, unresponsive to consumers and lacking in foresight. By modernizing processes, you will be able upgrade processes end-to-end and take advantage of new technologies to increase efficiency and productivity.
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