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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 : appetite4eng.co.uk



Most recent articles relating to Appetite for Engineering;

Join us to discuss the challenges and solutions surrounding food production in a changing world

We are pleased to able to invite you to register to attend Appetite for Engineering conference on 13 October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry. FULL STORY...

Food production in a changing world – discussing the challenges and finding solutions

Join us at Appetite for Engineering 2022, on 13th October at the MTC in Coventry, where we will be discussing the challenges and solutions surrounding food production in a changing world. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering 2022 date announced

The Food Processing team are delighted to be able to reveal that the date for this year’s Appetite for Engineering event will be 13th October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry. FULL STORY...

The long-awaited return of Appetite for Engineering!

On 9th September, at the MTC in Coventry, we were finally able to host the Appetite for Engineering event, following its postponement due to the ongoing pandemic. FULL STORY...

Be inspired to start your smart factory journey

We are delighted to be able to tell you that our plans for Appetite for Engineering event are gathering pace. The aim of the event is to inspire you to start your automation journey. FULL STORY...

Do you have an appetite for automation knowledge?

We are pleased to be able to invite you to the Appetite for Engineering event to find out more about the benefits of automation and digitalisation technology. The aim of the event is to inspire you to start your own automation journey. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering set to go ahead as a live event on 9 September

Following the Government’s announcement, setting out the roadmap out of lockdown, IML are delighted to have confidently secured a date for the eagerly anticipated Appetite for Engineering event.FULL STORY...

Catch up with the latest thoughts about automation and digitalisation for the food industry

If you didn’t tune in to the live ‘Whetting your Appetite for Engineering!’ online panel discussion then you really do need to take a look. The event was recorded and is now available to view on-demand. FULL STORY...

Whetting your Appetite for Engineering!

An Appetite for Engineering online panel discussion – set to take place on 15th October – brings together a panel of food industry engineering professionals to discuss the lessons that industry should be learning from the events of the ongoing pandemic, and will consider how food industry engineers might start to move forward with successful automation projects to deliver productivity and efficiency improvements and ensure greater production resilience. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering event rescheduled for March

The Appetite for Engineering event and the Food Processing Awards, originally set to be staged on 15 October 2020, have both been rescheduled for the 31 March 2021, the venues remain the same. FULL STORY...

Let’s talk about overcoming challenges together

Appetite for Engineering 2020 is due to take place this year on 15 October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) at Ansty Park in Coventry. Suzanne Gill gathers thoughts about the event from some of this years sponsors. FULL STORY...

Are retail shortages down to inflexible processes and packaging lines?

The recent shortage of flour in supermarkets offers a good example of the current inflexibility of our vital food production processes. Suzanne Gill reports. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering event is deemed a great success!

Appetite for Engineering 2019 took place on 17th October at the MTC in Coventry. Over 150 delegates attended the event – over one-third of which came from end-user food manufacturing companies. FULL STORY...

Another successful Appetite for Engineering

Appetite for Engineering 2019 took place on 17th October at the MTC in Coventry. We had 150 delegates on the day, over one-third of which came from end-user food manufacturing companies. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering 2019 conference programme has been finalised

The programme for the annual Appetite for Engineering event will take place on 17th October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Ansty Park, Coventry, has now been finalised. FULL STORY...

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