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One more day until Food Manufacture's free tech webinar
One more day until Food Manufacture's free tech webinar

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Time is running out to sign up for Food Manufacture’s free digital technology webinar, sponsored by Siemens.

Featuring case studies from Pete Hooper, production manager at £115m cheese brand Wyke Farms and Richard Morris, production director at The Bury Black Pudding Company, How digital technology can cut costs and boost efficiency ​at 3pm, 21 June will explore how tech can allow manufactures to do more with less and get more from efficient and productive machinery. 

This one-hour event, will help manufacturers just embarking on their journey answer the question, ‘where do I start’ and assist processors who have already started down the past in determining the next step for their business.   

The webinar will also go over just what the digitalising process involves, how expensive, disruptive and time-consuming it is and how small businesses can benefit as much as larger companies with legacy systems. 

Key details for webinar

Title:​  How digital technology can cut costs and boost efficiency  

Date:​ Tuesday 21 June 2022 

Time:​  1500 - 1600 (UK) 

Chairman:​ Food Manufacture editor, Rod Addy 

Speakers:​ Pete Hooper, production manager, Wyke Farms; Richard Morris, production director, The Bury Black Pudding Company; Keith Thornhill, head of food and beverage, Siemens; Carolyn Newsham, financing partner, Siemens Digital Industries 

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Hosted by Food Manufacture editor Rod Addy, this webinar can help guide you through these questions, supported by practical wisdom from manufacturers in the field.  

Siemens head of food and beverage, Keith Thornhill and Siemens Digital Industries financing partner Carolyn Newsham will also give practical examples of ways Siemens has worked with food processors. 

Speaker presentations will be followed by a live Q&A session. Hundreds of delegates have already registered for the webinar, which will take place 3pm to 4pm UK time on 21 June. 

Don’t miss your chance to be in the room and learn more about the latest advances in technology that are benefiting the food and drink industry. 

 

 

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