These are all the posts that have been tagged with automation.
I’ll keep my blog short and sweet this week as we’re sending the September issue of Confectionery Production to press.
Robotics specialist Sewtec Automation has completed a management buyout, backed by private equity firm Endless, as it looks to expand into new markets.
Mondelēz International has announced a A$75 million ($59.4m) investment plan for it Cadbury Claremont plant in Australia, which will result in 50 job losses.
Loesch Verpackungstechnik has appointed Dr Thomas Cord as its new managing director, with responsibility for strengthening the packaging machinery company’s position in the confectionery industry.
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
Bühler has announced its new, expanded Bakery Innovation Centre (BIC) in Uzwil, Switzerland.
With colder, wetter weather hitting the UK this week, it seems our summer was short-lived.
In the first of three articles, Graham Godfrey and The Technology Partnership (TPP) explore advances in sensing and analysis technology and the impact they will have on product quality and verification challenges the food industry faces.
It’s been a busy week for Confectionery Production so far and it’s not over yet. Today, my blog comes to you from Milton Keynes, where I’m attending ABB’s Bakery Switch to Robots event.
Martin Turner asks, is increasing automation good or bad for risk management?
As the industry gears up for the international processing and packaging fair Interpack, Confectionery Production takes a look at what will be on show.
KernPack is expanding its offering by adding robotic palletising systems and laser guided vehicles to its portfolio from Skilled Group, which are used by Nestlé, Ferrero and Haribo.
Baker Perkins is to showcase its new equipment and end product technology for the biscuit, cracker and bar industries, including a three-roll sheeter and gauge roll, at Interpack.
UK-based The Great British Biscotti Co is meeting rising demand for its new range of biscuits after installing an entry level flow-wrapper, which is capable of 150 packs a minute.