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Predicting the future of maintenance

Meeting the challenges facing the food processing sector today requires an increase in machine availability and a reduction in unscheduled downtimes and so it is important to look at techniques that can help to manage maintenance and maximise production reliability. Suzanne Gill finds out how advancing technologies and digitalisation of the plant floor might affect maintenance strategies for food processors.FULL STORY...

Taking a glimpse into the future of the food production process

Ever wondered what the food manufacturing environment might look like in the future? Suzanne Gill spoke to some key industry vendors to get their thoughts. FULL STORY...

The importance of being agile

Representatives from across the food manufacturing supply chain, industry trade bodies and academics, recently got together at a Siemens-hosted round-table event to debate the issues that agile manufacturing raises for the food and beverage industry. FULL STORY...

A call to embrace Industry 4.0 goals

Juergen Maier, chief executive of Siemens plc, believes that the UK has a major role to play in promoting the adoption of Industry 4.0 digital technology solutions. However, we first need to develop an aptly skilled workforce to capitalise on the opportunities that a digital future can deliver. FULL STORY...

Connectivity will become the norm…not the exception

The food and beverage supply chain need to embrace the potential of a digitalised and connected world, where technology platforms providing real time intelligent data streams, says Keith Thornhill. This will underpin gains in operating efficiencies, optimised production and manufacturing agility. FULL STORY...

Automation is vital for productivity increases

The findings of a recent report highlight some of the critical business requirements that impact manufacturing productivity in the UK.FULL STORY...

Siemens Links Geared Motors and Motion Control to Create the Perfect Combination

Siemens has improved its offering to customers by more closely integrating some of its specialist UK divisions.FULL STORY...

EXCLUSIVE Why ISO 50001 makes clear business sense

Industry giant Coca-Cola Enterprises has been among those to lead the charge in adopting ISO 50001 and has acknowledged real benefits in the focus it brings to energy saving. This endorsement is a clear sign that ISO 50001 is the standard in energy management. Mark Burrows, Energy Solutions Specialist at Siemens Industry highlights the business case for adopting the ISO 50001 standard requirements.FULL STORY...

Siemens sets new market standard for liquid levels monitoring

Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies (IA&DT) has introduced two industry-leading enhancements to its radar level measurement the SITRANS LR250 to increase operational efficiency for plant operators.FULL STORY...

'Efficient, economic front-end engineering'

Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies (IA&DT) has expanded Comos, the software solution for complete plant management throughout the entire lifecycle of an industrial plant, with functions for productive front-end engineering and design (FEED). Comos FEED supports the user in the early planning of a plantFULL STORY...

Single approach to plant control in food manufacturing

Adopting an integrated control approach for primary and secondary manufacturing processes through available automation solutions can deliver many benefits for food manufacturersFULL STORY...

Sponsors ready for awards bonanza

All the sponsors for this year's FP Awards have been named, and as usual there are some big hitters in the frontline such as ABB, Siemens, Ishida Europe, PPMA, Rittal, Omron, Festo and headline sponsors Bosch RexrothFULL STORY...

A Window of Opportunity

A Siemens director says UK manufacturers now need to make strategic investment decisions if the desire for a more balanced British economy is to become a realityFULL STORY...

Siemens expands optical code reading systems

In the field of 1D/2D code reading systems, Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies is expanding its portfolio for industrial identification with a new variant of the Simatic MV440 readerFULL STORY...

Enhancing safety of industrial networks

New components with integrated security functions from Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies (IA&DT) allow companies to enhance the safety of their networks in process automation and production automationFULL STORY...

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