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WEBINAR: Financing your developments using government R&D Incentives

Join us on 21st April at 11.00am to find out from a specialist R&D advisor how R&D tax credits and relief incentives can help drive innovation in your business – paying for up to 33% of qualifying expenditure. The webinar will include an inside view on the benefits of these incentives from award-winning condiments manufacturer, Rubies in the Rubble. 

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Allaying employee fears surrounding Covid-19

01/04/2021

A guide to ensuring employee safety, in relation to the challenges that Covid-19 poses in food production environments, has been produced by Tork. Fin...

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Whitepaper: Sensor technology drives increased productivity and waste reduction

01/04/2021

This whitepaper demonstrates how and where sensor technology is being deployed to help food manufacturers meet the need to be more productive, whilst ...

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Do you have an appetite for automation knowledge?

25/03/2021

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 tec...

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Kerfoot identifies food manufacturing trends for 2021

25/03/2021

Joanna Deighton, commercial manager at Kerfoot Group, a supplier of natural and organic plant-based oils for the food sector, has shared some insight ...

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WEBINAR: Financing your developments using government R&D Incentives

25/03/2021

Join us on 21st April at 11.00am to find out from a specialist R&D advisor how R&D tax credits and relief incentives can help drive innovation...

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Getting help to apply automation

22/03/2021

Mike Wilson, chief automation officer at the Manufacturing Technology Centre explains the benefits of automation for food and beverage production faci...

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New canning line forms part of £80m investment

15/03/2021

International food and drink group, Princes, has installed a flexible canning line for ready meals at its Long Sutton site in Lincolnshire, marking th...

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Food Innovation Centre offers sustainable packaging advice

12/03/2021

Reform of the UK packaging EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility) system is likely to be introduced in 2023, along with a Plastic Packaging Tax. Food ...

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

08/03/2021

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

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Food safety is getting smarter

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