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Appetite for Engineering

Blair House
184-186 High Street
Tonbridge
TN9 1BQ
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01732 359990
Email : trevor.southerden@imlgroup.co.uk
Web : www.appetite4eng.co.uk



Most recent articles relating to Appetite for Engineering;

Appetite for Engineering event highlights the need to prepare for change

Suzanne Gill reports on this year’s Appetite for Engineering event, which took place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry on 19th October. FULL STORY...

Recognising innovation at the Food Processing Awards

The annual Food Processing Awards took place on 19th October at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Coventry. The event took on a particularly jovial tone this year, following a successful Appetite for Engineering event. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering 2017: See the full conference programme

Appetite for Engineering takes place on 19th October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry. If you are still undecided about whether you can spare the time to attend the event, then do take a look at the programme. Food industry engineers will be explaining how they have successfully overcome their challenges. You will leave the event armed with the evidence you need to start to tackle your own challenges more effectively. FULL STORY...

Do you have an appetite for greater efficiency and productivity?

If so, join us at this year’s Appetite for Engineering event, which takes place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry, on 19th October. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering: preparations in full swing

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. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering 2017: The countdown has started

To both inspire and educate engineers working across the food and beverage sector about the benefits of automation technologies, this year's Appetite for Engineering event will be taking place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) at Ansty Park in Coventry on 19th October. Suzanne Gill reports. FULL STORY...

An engineering journey to food

Suzanne Gill reports on the different journeys that young engineers are taking to find their way to the food industry. FULL STORY...

Review: Appetite for Engineering

Suzanne Gill reviews some of the content of this year’s Appetite for Engineering event. This informal one-day networking forum provides a good opportunity for industry to come together to discuss today’s challenges and to gain a better idea, from the positive examples discussed by presenters about how these challenges might be addressed and overcome. FULL STORY...

Delivering better plant, productivity & people in the UK food & drink manufacturing sector

Festo is pleased to be involved again with this year’s Appetite for Engineering (A4E) event, the forum for senior engineering leaders in the UK food and drink manufacturing and processing industry. This year’s programme is focused around the need for better plant, productivity and people in our industry – all areas Festo is committed to helping its customers improve through its industrial automation solutions, as well as its training, development and consulting services. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering: Groceries Code Adjudicator confirmed as keynote speaker

Food Processing magazine is proud to announce that Groceries Code Adjudicator, Christine Tacon, will be the keynote speaker at Appetite for Engineering 2013.FULL STORY...

Peter Whitfield wins Outstanding Achievement Award at PPMA

Appetite for Engineering founder and former Food Processing publisher Peter Whitfield has won the PPMA Group 2012 Award for Outstanding AchievementFULL STORY...

A4E to take food industry by storm

The buzz is building as delegates pour in to see the top stars the food industry has to offer at Appetite for Engineering at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire on 12 JuneFULL STORY...

WHY YOU SHOULD BOOK YOUR PLACE AT A4E NOW

Find out how to improve automation in your food factory, make skills the cornerstone of your business, use automation grants to fund projects, overcome the challenges faced by SMEs, and work successfully with your machinery suppliers FULL STORY...

Learn how to automate - and stay ahead!

Appetite for Engineering speaker Graham Thomas, engineering manager of Greencore Cake & Desserts, put his neck on the line in order to invest in robots. Find out how and why he did so - and how he reaped the benefits for Greencore.FULL STORY...

The challenges of starting out

Claire Hall, founder of drink it Ltd/Percy's, will present at Appetite for Engineering about the challenges faced by start up companiesFULL STORY...

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