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FP Awards 2012: VOTE NOW

13 March 2012

Online voting for the Food Processing Awards 2012 is now live; now is the time to vote for your favourite company or product, and to encourage others to do the same. Voting closes on 4 May, and winners will be announced at the FP Awards gala dinner on 12 June.

Online voting has started for the Food Processing Awards to be held at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire. There are eight categories including Company of the Year, Robotics & Automation, Packaging Solutions, Environmental Initiative, Energy Solutions, Product of the Year, Hygiene Solutions and Technological Development.

Already, votes are being amassed among all categories, and there promises to be at least a few humdingers among the categories. Company of the Year, for instance, features ABB, Denios, Mitsubishi Electric and Pacepacker Services. Then there's Robotics & Automation which includes Innomech GB, Marel, Pacepacker Services, RM Group and Burkert.

Winners will be revealed at a glitzy evening reception on the evening of Appetite for Engineering. Here is a link to the voting:

http://www.fponthenet.net/awards_vote.aspx


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