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Appetite for Engineering: preparations in full swing

06 August 2017

Preparations for Appetite for Engineering are now in full swing and the conference programme is shaping up nicely. You can take a look for yourself on our dedicated event website www.appetite4eng.co.uk or check out #A4EUK2017 on twitter to see the latest comments and news relating to the event. 

One of the topics that will be covered at the event will be the important subject of hygiene and food safety. We have lined up speakers who will talk about the importance of establishing hygienic conditions in the food factory, relating to product design, infrastructure and layout. There will be a focus on what excellence in hygienic food practice looks like and also on the consequences of poor design. 

“There is a real need to share technical knowledge for the good of production plants, major retailers and consumers alike and we be believe that Appetite for Engineering provides a great platform to do just that,” said Brian Bannister, motor specialist at Lafert Electric Motors. “As a sponsor of the event we are really looking forward to the discussions about the issues surrounding hygiene and food safety in particular and we will be happy to talk to delegates on the day about the new energy efficiency legislation and what this might mean to them.”

For the latest event information and to register your interest in attending go to www.appetite4eng.co.uk


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