These are all the posts that have been tagged with automation.
Tanis Confectionery has signed a joint venture agreement with Australia-based JH Tester Industrial Automation.
Katie Smith looks at what’s in store for the confectionery industry in 2018.
BPA Racupack, which manufactures wrap-around case packing and cartoning solutions, has revealed it will change its name to BluePrint Automation (BPA), with effect from 1 January.
This week, the Confectionery Production team are busy pressing the December 2017/January 2018 issue, which has got me thinking about this year’s key trends.
Tna has expanded its operations in China by opening a new office in the country, which the company says will enable it to provide local food manufacturers with on-the-ground support services.
Confectionery giant Ferrero has revealed it will implement SAP Ariba cloud-based solutions to efficiently manage spend from end-to-end.
Automation, clean label and protective packaging are just some of the key trends being discussed at Gulfood Manufacturing, which is taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre this week.
Equipment: Process control and automation Ingredients: Inclusions, sugar and sweetners Packaging: Wrapping technology/materials Product focus: Extruded confectionery Show issue: Gulfood Manufacturing Supplier profiles
It’s been a busy week for the Confectionery Production team as we prepare to send our bumper Supplier Profile issue to press. In it, we have information from 24 suppliers in the industry – from ingredients to processing equipment manufacturers.
Britain is in danger of losing the confectionery skills that have satisfied the nation’s sweet tooth for generations, according to one confectionery consultant.
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.