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Find out more about the Picknpack project

23 August 2016

At the forthcoming Appetite for Engineering conference, which takes place on 19th October at the Edgbaston Stadium, Professor John Gray of the University of Manchester will provide an update on the of PicknPack Project which aims to develop highly innovative automated adaptive processing and packing for both fresh and processed food products. 

The PicknPack concept will offer the food industry the benefits of automation – cost reduction, greater hygiene and more efficient use of resources – combined with the unique ability to adapt to the product and batch size at hand. In a rapidly changing environment, PicknPack provides technological benefits positioning the food manufacturer to remain competitive and satisfy the demands of the retailer and consumer. 

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