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Bürkert offers free training courses for food & beverage professionals this month

04 October 2013

The popular Bürkert hygienic training is being run this month by industry experts. One course aimed at food & beverage professionals includes a visit to Campden BRI.

Subjects include increasingly stringent regulatory regimes, emerging legislation and how to achieve higher process yields, clean-ability and optimum process flexibility. The course is held on October 15th & 16th 2013 in Gloucestershire.

  • Food & Bev focus (part of 2 day course) - Day 1 includes a tour of Campden BRI with a talk from a key expert. The course also includes insights and guidelines for best practice
  • Food & Bev focus (part of 2 day course) - Day 2 looks at solutions for keeping a modern hygienic processing plant clean and safe, and what can you do to save money in your washing cycle. 
The course is free of charge to attend and includes luncheon and useful material to take away. This is a great networking opportunity for people in the industry. Previous delegates have included PepsiCo, Tetra Pak and Yeo Valley to name a few.

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems are the leading manufacturer of control and measuring systems for fluids and gases. The products have a wide variety of applications and are used in a number of industries such Hygienic Processing. Bürkert has many high profile customers such as Arla, Diageo, Unilever as well as small to medium sized end users. They also work with OEM’s, integrators and resellers partnering engineered solutions, projects and installation services.

Places are limited, so please contact Helen Christopher, Bürkert UK Marketing Manager: Tel: 01285 648 720 Email: helen.christopher@burkert.com to reserve your place.


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