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Appetite for Engineering 2018: Speaker lineup starts to take shape

23 June 2018

Appetite for Engineering, which takes place at the MTC in Coventry, on 18th October, has announced two new speakers - from British Sugar and PepsiCo. 

The new presentations include a speaker from PepsiCo who will discuss an online condition monitoring solution on the pellet plant exhaust stack fans of a snack food line. This has helped to reduce downtimes due to unexpected system failures.

Another recently confirmed presentation, from British Sugar, will discuss a project undertaken at its Bury plant to measure compressed air consumption and the associated cost to the business; and to identify areas of savings and devise sustainable methods to save energy by ensuring compressed air is not over-produced.

Skills will also be a topic for discussion at the event with a Nestlé engineering apprentice talking about how and why she chose to pursue an engineering career in the food sector. Delegates will also hear from an engineer at Mars Wrigley, who is further along her food industry journey. To register your interest in joining us this year go to:

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